Esports recruitment and management network DreamTeam announced it will be sponsoring the CS:GO FACEIT London Major, which commences September 5th.
The announcement states the sponsorship will get more eyes on the platform through branding throughout the three-week event as it hopes to reach 1.5m users by the end of the year.
Alexander Kokhanovskyy, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of DreamTeam said: “DreamTeam is delighted to sponsor such a massive CS:GO tournament in the UK. FACEIT is an important part of the esports community, and the world will be watching the action at this iconic event. We have already sponsored many tournaments across the globe and supporting another great Major is always on the books. Such sponsorships support our effort in becoming the household name in esports and unite all of the esports under one roof.”
The DreamTeam platform allows users to create and manage your own esports team in CS:GO and League of Legends. The website states accessibility for Fortnite, Dota 2, PUBG, and Overwatch are coming soon.
This isn’t the first iteration into sponsorship for the platform, as it also sponsors Natus Vincere and Fnatic which will both be competing in the FACEIT London Major. DreamTeam has also sponsored other esports events such as StarLadder and i-League Season Four.
The FACEIT London Major is the final CS:GO Valve Major of the year boasting a $1m prize pool with 24 of the top teams in the world competing. The Major is also sponsored by peripheral company HyperX, gaming chair brand DXRacer, accessory company Zowie and betting platform Betway.
Esports Insider: DreamTeam has been a booming platform lately and as its flagship game is CS:GO it makes perfect sense to invest in the largest CS:GO event of the year. With $1m on the line and hundreds of thousands of fans watching from home, DreamTeam will certainly get the publicity it’s looking for from sponsorship of this event.