Revolut named presenting partner for BLAST Premier Spring Final

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Financial technology company Revolut has partnered with esports tournament organiser BLAST for the upcoming BLAST Premier Spring Final, set to take place this June in London, England.

Revolut will be named the presenting sponsor of the event, with in-person and online activations planned for the duration of the Finals.

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The partnership with BLAST is the first esports partnership for the fintech company. Founded in 2015 and based in London, Revolut claims to have more than 40m users in 38 countries. The company offers personal and business accounts as well as trading stocks cryptocurrencies and savings accounts.

As the event’s Official Finance and Payments Partner, Revolut will be featured on broadcasts and host dedicated segments, such as an economy-focused broadcast activation. In addition, visitors of the OVO Arena in London will be able to interact with Revolut’s in-person activations. Revolut and BLAST announced giveaways and on-site discounts for Revolut services, as well as benefits for Revolut users during the event. This includes the ability to skip queues for meet and greets with CS2 players.

Earlier this year BLAST recently partnered with the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) to help with integrity issues in esports. Moreover, the company announced a total of six large Counter-Strike tournaments to take place throughout 2025.

Deborah Wajsbrot, Head of Growth, Strategic Partnerships and Sponsorships at Revolut, commented: “We’re delighted to be able to unveil Revolut’s marketing partnership with BLAST – our first in esports.

“BLAST is a world-class esports tournament and an iconic event for the gaming community. Just like Revolut, the gaming industry is at the forefront of innovation worldwide. This partnership is the beginning of our efforts to bring unique and unforgettable experiences to Revolut customers and gaming fans – not just at Wembley, but worldwide.”

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.