Under the agreement, the Malta-based licensed online gambling company said it expects to add 350 Counter-Strike: Go (CSGO) matches per month to VIE.gg for GOLeague user wagering.
Founded in 2017, GOLeague says it’s the first public league for every skill group in CSGO and League of Legends, attracting 11,000 visitors per day. The total prize money for its upcoming season has been set at €10,000 ($11,400).
“This agreement with GOLeague is a big step forward for VIE, as it will add hundreds of additional matches per month to our pools,” Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports at Esports Entertainment Group, said in a statement.
Shares of Esports fetched $0.70 in Wednesday’s OTC Markets trading.
Earlier this week, Esports said it was forging an online wagering partnership with Epsilon eSports, an online e-sports gaming company.
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