Esports

Betway are very passionate about the esports community and our sponsorship portfolio highlights our ever-growing presence in the industry.

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BRTT

The tattooed and stylish Felipe ‘BRTT’ Gonçalves is one of the biggest Brazilian stars in the League of Legends competitive scene. The shooter has six CBLOL titles in his career - for four different teams: PaiN Gaming, Red Canids, Flamengo eSports, and Keyd Stars side.

In 2021, after ten years of dominating the lanes in battles around the world, BRTT paused his vocation - but he didn’t retire. In 2022, BRTT entered the Betway Squad as the swagger one.

Loved by the fans, Betway’s latest ambassador endorses esports and different betting markets through his very popular social media platforms. With charisma and talent, he also creates content on Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter – whilst also managing his own clothing brand called 'Rexpeita', his catchphrase on the circuit.

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G2 Esports

Betway is proud to announce their latest global esports partnership with the industry leading organisation, G2 Esports.

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Furia

Betway is proud to announce their partnership with the FURIA esports organisation.

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BLAST

Betway proudly sponsors BLAST Premier, one of the leading esports event series. Made up of multiple events throughout the year and featuring the very best teams in CS:GO, BLAST brings together the best elements of esports to create truly unmissable events and amazing content.

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NIP

Betway was the first major bookmaker to launch a dedicated esports portal back in 2015. Our record sponsorship deal with Ninjas in Pyjamas, one of the most renowned professional Counter-Strike teams in the world, gives fans the opportunity to get closer to the players than ever before.

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Beastcoast

Betway partner with Peruvian DOTA 2 team Beastcoast as it continues to expand its esports portfolio. Beastcoast is the leading DOTA 2 team in South America, having won a total of $163,850 in prize money. In April, its players defeated NoPing esports to claim victory at the ESL One Los Angeles 2020 Online: South America and Realms Collide.