- Vie.bet announces sponsorship deal with Beyond the Summit for the production company's upcoming CS:GO event
- Cs_summit 8 will take place between May 14 and May 30 and be held online with broadcasts available in Portuguese and English
- Vie.bet continuously to promote its brand by actively seeking to engage with esports audiences
Beyond the Summit has secured a sponsorship deal with Vie.bet ahead of the organization's cs_summit eight tournaments due to begin on May 14.
Vie.bet to Sponsor BST cs_summit 8
Vie.bet has become the official sponsor and partner to the cs_summit 8, a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) event. The betting operator will bring its expertise in providing live odds feeds to spectators and issue special promotions tailored to the event, participating teams, and overall format.
The event is hosted by Beyond the Summit (BTS), a prominent broadcasting studio/channel on Twitch that has been hosting a growing range of events and shows, going all the way back to 2012 and starting with the extensive casting of Dota and Dota 2.
Cs_summit 8 will take place between May 14 and May 30 and play out in an online format to avoid in-person requirements and potential difficulties in gathering all the players in one place.
BTS has honed its skill to produce this type of remote content over the years, guaranteeing both a high entertainment value as well as the integrity of the competitions.
The upcoming event will be broadcast in both English and Portuguese. “The Summit, produced by BTS, has always been an event that is exciting and entertaining across all esports communities,” said Vie.bet Director Bux Syed.
“Whether it's CS:GO, Dota 2 or Smash Bros., the uniqueness of this event catches viewers from all over the world. My team and I are very excited to partner with BTS for this event,” he concluded.
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Vie.bet is a betting operator owned and run by Esports Entertainment Group (EEG). The wagering platform is one of many to run similar formats in a bid to raise its profile.
Earlier this week, Pinnacle, a competitor, announced that it's bringing a Dota 2 tournament for its eponymous event hosted in collaboration with Relog Media and GRID.