Esports Entertainment Group, a licensed online gambling company with a specific focus on esports wagering and 18+ gaming has announced an Affiliate Marketing Agreement with GOLeague Int.
GoLeague operates leagues in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PUBG and League of Legends. Its CS:GO league in Germany is a notable standout, and is one of the largest of its kind in the region.
In a statement, GOLeague, had this to say on the news: “In contrast to other German leagues, we are the only one who uses their own anti-cheat system and uses it successfully. We therefore also want to give our users the opportunity to bet on GOLeague matches, as well as, Major League matches with the upcoming season. This will be realized via the start page, an extra page with a sorted listing and under each single match link. For the implementation, we need a strong partner with the necessary licenses and age controls to successfully integrate this product. We are happy to say we found the right partner in VIE. It is important for our users to know that affiliate revenue from GOLeague matches will be passed on to the teams. We, therefore, hope for a good and long-term partnership.”
Esports Entertainment Group holds a number of affiliate partnerships with a variety of esports teams and leagues, earlier this week VIE.gg and EEG announced a partnership with Epsilon.
Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports at Esports Entertainment Group, had this to say: “This agreement with GOLeague is a big step forward for VIE, as it will add hundreds of additional matches per month to our pools. GOLeague is a true supporter of esports in Europe and we are excited about building a long-term future together.”
Esports Insider says: The partnership seems like a match made in heaven. EEG are forging on with ambitious esports plan and its recent deal with Epsilon only strengthen that bond. The revenue being passed on to players is good news for the ecosystem in general and we look forward to seeing how this progresses.