BTS CS:GO Got EEH as the New Sponsor

Vie. bet agreed to become the official sponsor to BTSD CS: GO tournament, and the EEG sports betting company officially announced it today.

Across South America and North America, the tournament of BTS CS: GO will broadcast. In mid-May, the game will take place. The previous BTS CS tournament attracted over 6 million viewers: GO tournament, and more than 19 million views were generated.

Over 110 countries, the global reach of BTS expands, and it boasts over 5 million followers on social media. EEG (Esports Entertainment Group) is an online sports betting company based in Malta.

Live Odds and Specials

From May 14 to May 30, 2021, the online tournament of BTS CS: GO scheduled to take place. Through Vie. Bet it will feature as it becomes the exclusive betting partner. Throughout the event, it will see the specials and live odds of the brand.

Director of Vie. Bet, Bux Syed stated that “BTS produced the Summit and across all esports communities this is exciting and entertaining. The viewers from all over the world get attracted through the event uniqueness whether its Dota 2, CS:GO or Smash Bros. for this event with partnered with BTS and I and my team are very excited”.

On a global scale, among the most major esports networks, BTS is one of them. It’s the all-time 5th most-viewed Twitch channel, and over 20 billion lifetime minutes watched of it. In more than 110 countries, via the digital and linear channel, its broadcasts are distributed. With over 5 million followers, the social media reach expands.

Targeting the Audiences of North and South America

Officially the CS: GO audiences in North and South America is the target audience for EEG and BTS partnership. In Portuguese and English, the esports event in North and South America will broadcast by BTS.

Over 6.4 million unique viewers attracted the Twitch platform in the previous BTS’s CS: Go tournament edition. During the last edition, the total live event views account for 19.3 million. During peak times on Twitch, the number of concurrent viewers is 236,000, while 47,000 is the average number of viewers.

Currently, the only esports company listed on the NASDAQ is EEG. On the growing world of professional video gaming, it focused extremely.

Via its proprietary Player-to-Player, it allows the bettor to place bets against each other.