Betway has been for two years BLAST Premier’s partner for its world-class Counter Strike Global Offensive and Dota 2 tournaments. This mutually beneficial partnership will continue in 2021, as the esports tournament organiser and the leading online bookmaker have extended their deal. For a third consecutive year, Betway Esports will be the top tier sponsor for their competitions.
Past Performance Predict Future Results
This principle doesn’t usually apply for esports betting, but it makes perfect sense in the context of this agreement. Betway’s role in promoting the BLAST Premier series in 2019 and 2020 was consistent and they’re expected to play an equally important role next year. The bookmaker has promoted the BLAST Rising and Bounty Hunt Dota 2 tournaments and will be heavily involved in the next CS:GO events.
The new partnership highlights the fact that Betway will play an active role in all the seven tournaments of 2021 running under the BLAST brand. Counter Strike Global Offensive will be the focal point of attention, following the tremendous success of past events. Fall Games, Betway Breakout Map and Betway Blackout Challenge exceeded expectations while setting even higher ones for 2021.
A Match Made in Heaven Since 2019
Betway and BLAST shook hands in the early 2019 and together they have set important milestones. The fact that they found it worthwhile to renew the partnership for a third consecutive year speaks for itself. The tournament organizer has high expectations for 2021 and these are likely to be fulfilled with such a reliable partner as Betway. The two companies have displayed exceptional synergy in promoting CS:GO tournaments in 2019 and 2020 and are entitled to expect equally promising results next year.
BLAST Premier have recently unveiled the structure of the next year’s circuit, which will involve some of the best CS:GO teams in the world. The tournament will begin in February and will run uninterrupted until the end of the year and Betway will be actively involved in promoting all of them. Up to 32 teams are expected to participate in the seven BLAST Premier events and nearly three times as many will take part in qualifiers. They will be hundreds of matches to bet on and millions of dollars in prize pools.