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- Rivalry will continue its role as Fnatic’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive betting partner through 2021.
- The extension came via a new “six-figure” deal, according to the team.
- The partnership was first announced in August 2018, and Fnatic’s other partners include OnePlus and AMD.
Fnatic has extended its partnership with esports betting platform Rivalry through 2021, the team announced this week.
The partnership, first announced in August of 2018, will continue on thanks to a “six-figure” deal, according to the team. The deal extends Rivalry’s status as the official betting partner of Fnatic’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) team.
Rivalry has global image rights to the players, and will collaborate with Fnatic on content for its esports community hub. Fnatic’s CS:GO team won this past weekend’s DreamHack Masters Malmö event, and Rivalry was onsite to capture footage for planned content.
“We are thrilled to continue our relationship with Rivalry,” said Fnatic COO Glen Calvert, in a release. “As an organization, we are dedicated to giving our fans the very best we can offer in terms of value and experience. In Rivalry, we have found an ideal betting partner for the CS:GO community.”
Fnatic is also partnered with OnePlus, AMD, Chillblast, Newzoo, Strafe, and Letou.
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