The newest esports event CS:GO – Battle of Betway – has been announced by Betway, one of the major sports betting sites. The competition includes teams sponsored by Betway, who fight to the top in a series of best-of-one matches.
The schedule of the event is virtually perfect, commencing just before PGL Major Stockholm, which will provide fans of CS:GO the opportunity to see exciting CS:GO action as the warm-up for Stockholm.
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On 20 October, just two weeks from today, the tournament will start. Some famous names like G2 Esports, Ninjas in Pyjama, BIG, Furia and MIBR might be expected from you. This will be a great event that will keep us on the edge of our sitting and with some fast play and action-packed contests.
Most teams participating in this event are taking part in the PGL Major in Stockholm, hence none of these teams will expose secret techniques. Instead, we could see an all-out brawl, and the supporters want it exactly.
In addition, some of the most important talent like Gaules, Anders and Semmler will be hosting the competition. It’ll be an incredible show overall that mustn’t be missed.
Simultaneously, there has been a growing number of esport tournaments organised by Betway. Betway’s battle is another significant sporting event that will push Betway farther and put it on the map of the sports sector.
On behalf of Betway, Adam Savinson and said that:
“Battle of Betway is our most ambitious CS:GO sponsorship activation to date; bringing together our teams from around the world to compete against each other in an epic Betway tournament.”
“Occurring just before the long-awaited Stockholm Major, this is the last opportunity for every CS:GO fan to see their favourite teams face off before battling for the top prize of the year.”
Betway is already one of the top esports betting websites and it has some of the most competitive sports betting opportunities and many sports betting offers on the market. If they continue to launch more sports competitions, it will attract more supporters and create new alliances that will make them in the near future one of the primary foundations of sports.