GG.BET is now the official betting partner of PGL Major Stockholm 2021
The esports betting company has signed a collaboration agreement with PGL Esports and will appear as the English-language broadcast sponsor, as well as the main betting partner of the tournament
PGL Major Stockholm 2021 will be held from October 26 to November 7 in Sweden, where GG.BET will be the exclusive betting partner of this tournament for its English-language broadcasts and, together with PGL Esports, will be organizing a range of activities at Stockholm’s Avicii Arena.
During the English-language broadcasts, viewers will have access to live odds and game statistics, and on the GG.BET website, gamers will be able to get their hands on a themed bonus and keep up with what’s happening in this tournament. The company’s social media pages will be providing live streams from backstage at the tournament, along with unique content, including interviews with the teams, as well as guests of the PGL Major, and more.
Silviu Stroie, CEO PGL
“We are happy to have elite partners as GG.BET for the most important CS:GO event of the year: PGL Major Stockholm 2021. It will be a great experience to see spectators again inside an arena to watch great games, test their skills, get autographs, and have a good time. That's what it's all about - having fun."
The Avicii Arena will feature a GG.BET space, where visitors will be able to:
- - get a GG.BET analyst’s expert opinion, assess any team’s chances of success, and check statistics of teams and individual players.
- - take a photo with NAVI in AR and get the chance to play one-on-one with the team's players online.
Dmitry Voshkarin, COO of GG.BET
“Working with PGL and partnering with this CS:GO major both on and offline is a great honor for GG.BET. This opportunity will allow us to interact with tournament visitors, teams, and fans in person, not just through a screen. We’re sure that CS:GO fans have missed these live competitions just as much as we have, which is why we’re working hard, together with PGL, to make sure that the fans are happy.”