Endemic online betting platform GG.Bet has just entered partnerships with three Dota 2 teams: Alliance, J.Storm, and NoPangolier.
As well as focusing on Alliance’s Dota 2 team, GG.Bet will partner with Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg, Co-owner and streamer for Alliance.
— Alliance ?? (@theAllianceGG) November 9, 2018
Jonathan “Loda” Berg, Co-owner and Founder of Alliance discussed the partnership: “As many of you have noticed, a lot has happened for us in Alliance this year. Our Dota team has been reborn, we have breached into several new game titles from mobile to Fortnite, and we have at last opened up the doors to our new HQ.
“We were planning on waiting for 2019 to announce our new partners, but GG.Bet has been so excited that they can not wait that long. We are happy to welcome them to our family and to announce that they will step in to immediately support our Dota boys at the Kuala Lumpur Major.”
Alliance first partnered with GG.Bet in December of 2016, gifting the organisation’s fans with a free $5 bet when using a specific code.
GG.Bet is the first partner acquired by J.Storm since it rebranded from VGJ.Storm and it’s currently the sole partner of NoPangolier. Alliance is also partnered with Monster Energy, DXRacer, Twitch, and Newzoo.
GG.Bet already has pre-existing partnerships with North, Natus Vincere, AVANGAR, and tournament organiser DreamHack.
Esports Insider says: GG.Bet clearly sees the beginning of the new DPC season as prime time to get further involved with the Dota 2 scene once again. There’s a variety of skill with these teams, showing it’s supporting different levels of the competitive scene which is great.