Tundra Esports signs multi-year deal with betting operator Winline

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British esports organisation Tundra Esports has announced a multi-year partnership with sports betting operator Winline.

Under this agreement, Winline will assume the role of Tundra Esports’ primary partner for its Dota 2 roster. Winline’s logo will appear front and centre on Tundra’s Dota 2 team jerseys, in-game flags, and on the organisation’s website.

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Additionally, the ‘WINLINE’ tag will be incorporated into the organisation’s Dota 2 players’ nicknames. Both parties will join forces for a variety of online and offline events and initiatives throughout the year, catering to its Dota and esports fanbases.

Tundra’s Dota 2 team holds the title of reigning world champions, having emerged victorious in The International 2022. From then on the team has maintained its status as a top team in the DPC WEU Tour 3 and appears as a strong contender for the Bali Major. The organisation aims to once again compete in The International, which is set to take place in Seattle, Washington.

This isn’t the first Dota 2-related partnership for Winline, as the company joined forces with tournament organiser Epic Esports Events to host the Winline Dota 2 Champions League Season 7 in 2022.

Anthony Graham, Co-Founder & Director of Esports Operations of Tundra Esports, commented on the partnership: “We are delighted to welcome Winline as the main partner of our Dota 2 roster. This partnership is a testament to how far our organisation has come since its inception in 2019.

“I am looking forward to working with Winline to bring a lot of exciting moments for our fans, as well as unlock new opportunities for the organisation. We proudly welcome Winline to the ranks of our partners!”

Earlier this year, Tundra Esports bolstered its Rocket League division by signing a joint venture with PSG Esports.

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