Betway supported the launch of the “Feitos no Brasil” player recognition and development program for MIBR, aiming to strengthen the organization’s CS:GO foundation.
From July to August, MIBR will organize Betway-sponsored player experimentation events, with the aim of finding the best Brazilian talent on CS:GO.
As MIBR’s oldest sponsor to date, the brand helped franchise founder and trainer Ricardo ‘DEAD’ Sinigaglia resurrect the professional organization in 2018.
The “Feitos no Brasil” academy is led by Brazilian veterans, Renato ‘Nak’ Nakano and Henrique ‘Rikz’ Waku, who were in charge of looking after MIBR’s future talent resources.
Focus on professional development in eSports
Supporting the MIBR Academy, Betway highlighted its commitment to the professional development of eSport, in which the bookmaker serves as the main sponsor of G2 Esports, FURIA and PSG Esports, among others.
Betway Esports Director Adam Savinson highlighted the importance of the project in helping MIBR beyond its commercial obligations.
“Brazil has such an incredible pool of talent at CS:GO and we are really proud to support Betway’s search for the next big star with ‘Feitos no Brasil’,” commented Savinson.
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