GG.BET becomes a partner of RuHub in the OGA Dota PIT Invitational framework
The betting company GG. BET becomes a betting partner of the Russian-language OGA Dota PIT Invitational broadcast by the RuHub Studio. The tournament will be held from September 6 to 10 online with the prize pool of $275,000. In addition to integrating the GG.BET identity into studio media space, for each match, the viewer will receive information about the odds and a special bonus from the bookmaker, which will be available during the broadcast.
Dmitry Voshkarin, GG.BET СOO
"GG.BET is one of the first betting companies in Russia which focused on esports. Over the past few years, we have implemented dozens of memorable campaigns, partnered with the top events in the industry and established ourselves in the ratings among the best esports bookmakers. We continue to develop our company, develop the industry and are happy to announce cooperation with RuHub.
International Dota 2 tournaments are always a bright period in the life of an esports fan, and we will try to make this event more interesting for the Russian-speaking community. We wish the tournament teams success and fighting spirit, and exciting matches for the broadcast viewers!"
Nikolay Petrossian, Head of RuHub and Cybersport.ru:
"We welcome GG. BET as a sponsor of the OGA Dota PIT Invitational broadcast. We are always happy to help our partners maintain contact with the target audience and make the tournaments more interesting."
GG.BET betting company is one of the first licensed esports bookmakers in Russia, part of the international brand GG.BET. It has been operating on the market since 2012 and provides a wide line and high quotes for Dota 2, CS:GO, League of Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, Fortnite and FIFA. Company is included in the top of the best esports bookmakers according to the industry media.
RuHub is a key producer of media content for the esports audience and one of the largest Russian-language studios in the world. The studio consists of leading analysts and esports commentators from the CIS, who officially cover the largest tournaments from Valve, including The International, in Russian.
RuHub studio has been broadcasting the largest and most popular tournaments, including the stages of the Dota 2 and Fortnite World Championships, CS:GO tournaments, Rainbow Six and even show matches with the stars of the Russian National Hockey Team.
In May 2019, RuHub's Dota 2 esports broadcasts on the Twitch streaming platform became the most viewed worldwide. Also, RuHub broadcasts for the first time entered the top ten most viewed in the world in the first half of 2019. RuHub's Dota 2 channel became the most popular in terms of views in Russian on Twitch in 2019. In the second place at the end of the year, the RuHub studio channel is also located, but with broadcasts on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Part of ESforce Holding.