- Sports bookmakers Parimatch will continue their years-long partnership with Virtus.pro
- Virtus.pro players will continue donning Parimatch’s logo and will engage in several collaborations with the gambling company
- The two parties rely on each other and are happy to continue the deal
In a commercial esports world where partnerships and conjoined efforts are ever so important, Parimatch and Virtus.pro happily shake hands yet again and extend their long partnership.
Parimarch and Virtus.pro’s Renewed Contract
The Russian esports organization Virtus.pro will continue the partnership with its long-term partner, the sports bookmaker Parimatch. This will be the start of the two parties’ third year of partnership since it was originally established in August 2018.
Parimatch and Virtus.pro will continue having numerous collaborations as they have done in the past. The betting company will continue to provide support to Virtus’ professional esports teams in Counter Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2. In return, Virtus’ elite players will continue carrying their partner’s logo on their player clothing.
Virtus.pro’s CEO Sergey Glamazda shared in a release that he is delighted of the opportunity to continue working with Parimatch. He considers Parimatch’s support to be irreplaceable and is confident that with conjoined efforts the two parties can keep moving forward. Glamazda is happy to have such a reliable partner with whom he’s had so many collaborations. The CEO promises more such conjoined events for the future.
The Two Parties’ Warm Feelings and Dreams for the Future
Parimatch also had a word: Stepan Shulga, Head of esports, commented that Virtus.pro is a special team and a real partner. Shulga points out that Parimatch trusted the esports team back in 2018 when the concept of esports gambling was still far more alien. The Head of esports comments how Virtus has had its rosters completely revamped since and is still commendably a significant force in the CS:GO and Dota 2 esports scene.
Virtus.pro has also secured an additional partnership with HyperX in March. The team has had one of its major Rainbow Six Siege players Artem “Shockwave” Simakov go on a break. Hopefully, Virtus.pro’s partners will help the organization keep its leading force in the esports scene.