- Coinbase has found yet another esports partner – Berlin International Gaming
- The partners will spread information on the dangers and opportunities of crypto trading
- BIG players will propagate Coinbase’s services as a reliable way to get into crypto
Coinbase furthers its interest in esports as the crypto exchange’s German branch has signed a deal with Berlin International Gaming.
BIG and Coinbase Have Come Together
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase continues its push into esports with yet another partnership, this time with the German esports organization Berlin International Gaming. The deal between the two parties concerns specifically Coinbase’s German branch and BIG’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.
As partners, the crypto exchange and the esports organization will collectively operate various digital activations that will aim to boost the popularity of the two parties. BIG’s CS:GO players will work to propagate Coinbase’s services.
Coinbase offers a convenient marketplace for all cryptocurrency traders and enthusiasts. It offers a wide variety of crypto. The German branch of the crypto exchange recently received a license for crypto custody and training by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority itself. Thanks to the license, German users will be able to use Coinbase’s services with an extra layer of security.
Informing About the Benefit and Risks of Crypto Trading
The two new partners both had something to say about the new deal. Berlin International Gaming’s chief executive officer, Daniel Finkler, welcomes Coinbase as a partner. Happy to have the leading crypto exchange by BIG’s side, Finkler commented:
“The world of cryptocurrencies is an enormously exciting space, and it’s my ambition to make more people aware of this rapidly growing ecosystem with all its benefits and risks through our partnership. We are very excited to start our partnership officially today.”
Coinbase Germany’s country manager, Sascha Rangoonwala, also spoke on the partnership and mentioned that both cryptocurrencies and esports hold a tremendous amount of potential. Rangoonwala is sure that partnering with BIG will benefit both parties within the digital space.
“Partnering with Germany’s leading esports organization helps us more effectively reach as well as educate digital natives around the benefits and risks of cryptocurrency,” Rangoonwala explained.
As two industries that operate entirely within the digital space cryptocurrencies and esports have found a lot of similarities. Because of that deals between parties of the two spaces are becoming more and more common. Coinbase had already begun its partnership with esports before teaming up with BIG. In April and July, the crypto exchange struck similar deals with the event organizers BLAST Premier and ESL respectively.
Other esports and crypto bodies have also shown interest in working together. Recently Natus Vincere also inked a deal with Bybit.