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PGL Major Antwerp 2022 joins forces with GG.BET GG.BET joins as Exclusive Betting Partner. PGL Major Antwerp 2022, the first CS:GO Major tournament of the 2022 season, has announced online betting platform GG.BET as its Exclusive Betting Partner for the tournament. The partnership will see GG.BET get visible branding during the Major event in Belgium and also at PGL’s Regional Major Rankings (RMR) events. Both the RMR events and the Major itself will be broadcasted with the support of GG.BET. GG.BET’s offers and live odds will be integrated into the tournaments’ broadcast, and its website will also have special bonus offers for each phase of the tournaments. GG.BET’s social media handles will also feature exclusive content from the tournament, including highlights from the games. Speaking about the new partnership, Silviu Stroie, CEO of PGL, commented: “We’re kicking off this tournament season with a trusted partner who is just as dedicated to esports as we are! “With GG.BET by our side, we are once again bringing fans to venues in their droves to enjoy edge-of-your-seat clashes between the world’s greatest teams! We are delighted that we can continue to create esports history together.” Dmitry Voshkarin, COO of GG.BET, added: “We are glad to be kicking off the new 2022 season with our partners PGL by our side for this important CS:GO major! Last year’s LAN competition in Stockholm brought back the excitement of offline competitions and was one of the biggest esports events in recent years.” The RMR events for the tournament will get underway from April 11* and last till April 24, being held in Bucharest, while the Major in Antwerp is scheduled to kick-off from May 9 and will run till May 22, being held at Antwerp’s Sportpaleis arena. GG.BET had previously served as the Exclusive Betting Partner of the PGL Major in Stockholm last year. *all dates are set in 2022

PGL Major Antwerp 2022 joins forces with GG.BET

AGG.BET joins as Exclusive Betting Partner. PGL Major Antwerp 2022, the first CS:GO Major tournament of the 2022 season, has announced online betting platform GG.BET as its Exclusive Betting Partner…

Team Vitality ink Crédit Agricole partnership

Team Vitality ink Crédit Agricole partnership

French esports organisation Team Vitality have announced French banking group Crédit Agricole as an Official Partner following a multi-year partnership. The partnership will also see Crédit Agricole serve as the…

Witzeal disrupts the gaming ecosystem, surpasses 29 million registered users

Witzeal disrupts the gaming ecosystem, surpasses 29 million registered users

One of India’s fastest growing new-age gaming technology companies, Witzeal has hit a new milestone as it surpasses 29 million registered users. The company has been on a growth trajectory…

Riot Games expands Getty Images partnership

Riot Games expands Getty Images partnership

Partnership expands initial 2020 agreement. Riot Games has expanded and renewed its partnership with visual media firm Getty Images. The partnership renewal will see Getty Images provide image coverage of…

Alpine set to launch second season of Alpine Esports Series

Alpine set to launch second season of Alpine Esports Series

Tournament gets underway from April 28, 2022. French manufacturer of racing and sports cars Alpine’s esports division, Alpine Esports, has announced the launch of the second season of the Alpine…

T1 crowned as LCK Spring Champions 2022

T1 crowned as LCK Spring Champions 2022

Korean esports organisation T1 beat Gen.G 3-1 at the LCK Spring Split 2022 grand finals to lift the Spring final crown and became the first team to qualify for the…

ESL Gaming announces Snapdragon Pro Series

ESL Gaming announces Snapdragon Pro Series

ESL had recently partnered with PUBG MOBILE to integrate the PUBG Mobile Club Open into the Snapdragon Mobile Open for the North American, European and MENA regions. The six regions (North America, Europe, the Middle East, China, North Africa, and Asia-Pacific) will have their own set of game titles. The EU, MENA and NA players will be competing in PUBG Mobile, Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, Clash Royale and Asphalt 9: Legends, while the Asia-Pacific region will feature Brawl Stars, Free Fire, League of Legends: Wild Rift and Legends of Runeterra. Details about the Snapdragon Pro Series in India and China are yet to be released. The series is set to get underway from April 12 with a total prize pool of US$2 million. The final stages of the Snapdragon Mobile Challenge in the NA, EU, MENA and Asia-Pacific regions along with the Snapdragon Mobile Masters event will be live and in-person for the competitors and audiences alike.

Call of Duty League announces Upper Deck partnership

CDL to release a line of esports trading cards. Call of Duty League has inked a new partnership with global trading card company Upper Deck, which will see the two…

PMCO Spring 2022 details revealed

PMCO Spring 2022 details revealed

Registrations for PMCO Spring edition are now open. PUBG Mobile has announced the details for its semi-professional and amateur tournament: PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO). The event is set to…

FACEIT announces FATE Esports partnership

FACEIT announces FATE Esports partnership

Partnership to be focused around the MENA region. Esports tournament platform FACEIT has announced the signing of a multi-year partnership with Jordanian esports organisation FATE Esports.The partnership will be MENA-region…

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