Galera.bet exalts the achievement of women's basketball in the Copa America and values ​​partnership (1)
Galera.bet exalts the achievement of women's basketball in the Copa America and values ​​partnership (1)

One of the great supporters of the CBB (Brazilian Basketball Confederation), the entity that governs the country’s sports, is galera.bet, a sports betting platform that is the official sponsor of the confederation.

After 12 years of waiting, the Brazilian women’s basketball team won the Copa America again. The team beat the United States by 69 to 58 and broke a fast that had been going on since 2011. The triumph also rekindles hopes for an Olympic spot for Brazil, as the girls will have the chance to qualify for Paris 2024 through the Pre- World Olympics, due to the placement in the competition in Mexico.

The title keeps Brazil as the biggest female champion in this competition, with six cups; it is followed by the United States and Cuba, with four trophies.

A great partnership

“Our partnership with the CBB dates back to 2022 and we are very happy with the results, not only on the court, but also when we realized that we share the challenge of strengthening Brazilian basketball as a whole”, says Marcos Sabiá, CEO of Galera.bet.

The company, which is also a sponsor of the CBF (Brazilian Football Confederation), praised the Brazilian conquest. “It is a historic event, as we are talking about an achievement that has not happened since 2011. This demonstrates the growth of the modality as a whole and shows the seriousness of the work that has been done”, he adds.

About galera.bet

Galera.bet is a sports betting platform developed for the Brazilian public and which is partnered by Playtech, the largest technology company and game provider in the world. Among its main guidelines are the focus on responsible gaming, creating a safe environment for its players and supporting sports.

In addition to the Brazilian Basketball Confederation, galera.bet is also the master sponsor of Série A of the Campeonato Brasileiro and the Brasileirão Feminino A1, in addition to major arenas in Brazilian football, such as Allianz Parque and Mineirão.