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BetSavvy Club, the New eGaming Rewards Club Aims to Put Millions in Online Betting Money Back Into the Pockets of the Players

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BetSavvy Club, the New eGaming Rewards Club Aims to Put Millions in Online Betting Money Back Into the Pockets of the Players
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There are currently thousands of online betting sites and places to spend your money across the globe, in a market that shows no sign of slowing down. In fact the industry could be worth over $90 billion this year alone. Interestingly, changes to current legislation across states in the USA is opening up a potential gold rush to capitalise on the supply and demand as consumers seek to sports bet online for the first time.

To fuel this growth the global gambling industry spends hundreds of millions of dollars every year acquiring new customers, but how do the players themselves benefit?

Enter BetSavvy Club. A new dot com that aims to be the world’s largest eGaming rewards club for people who enjoy the pastime of playing casino games, poker, backing the football, horses and even eSports. BetSavvy.club is free to join and passes money, that would otherwise be spent on advertising, back to its members every month, a little bit like a co-operative.

Co-founder Nick Aldrich said, “The idea behind BetSavvy is that the club provides its members with rewards and benefits for doing what they would do anyway. Members can earn real cash by referring their friends to join the club and the rewards go three tiers deep so members benefit from referrals made from the people who they have referred a well. The club receives commissions from the gambling companies for sending them traffic and we pass this back to our members, after the costs of running the club. Meaning members don’t just enjoy a one off benefit they receive real cash rewards every month.”

Nick continued, “The club partners with hundreds of global betting providers and this means we pass on great offers and bonuses directly to our members. So rather than hunting the web for the latest best sign up deals or free offers, the club finds them for you. Basically, whether you enjoy the occasional bet online or you are serious poker player, there is no reason not to join the club.”

To join the club for free visit www.betsavvy.club

George Miller started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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Jamie Skella becomes Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer of Esports Mogul

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Jamie Skella becomes Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer of Esports Mogul
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Esports Mogul, the eSports tournament and media company based in Australia, has roped in Jamie Skella as its Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer.

Skella will lead the operations for the business and focus on new strategic product initiatives to enhance the operations in Australia and South East Asia.

Skella had been a Counter-Strike player for Pantheon. He now owns an Australian esports bar, GG EZ Bar. He has worked as Head of User Experience for Australian Football League and Chief Product Officer of Horizon State.

Gernot Abl, Managing Director of Esports Mogul discussed the new hire in a statement: “The alignment between Mogul’s business and Jamie’s breadth of experience in esports, digital product, and startups, seems almost uncanny. I don’t think the fit could be more perfect. I’m excited that his arrival is one that is able to deliver value to all corners of the operation and help realise our enormous potential.”

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NBA 2K League partners with Champion athletic apparel

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Ahead of the 2019 NBA 2K League Draft, which is scheduled on March 5 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., the NBA 2K League has signed multiyear partnership with Champion Athleticwear. As per the agreement, the sportswear company will serve as the league’s official outfitter.

Champion will offer the NBA 2K League’s 21 teams game uniforms as well as warmup, travel and practice apparel. In-game avatars will also be outfitted in Champion-branded uniforms. Throughout the season, Champion will provide apparel for marquee events like the NBA 2K League Draft Clash, in-season tournaments and the NBA 2K League Finals. Starting today, fans can purchase NBA 2K League merchandise on Champion.com.

“We are thrilled to have an iconic brand like Champion as our official outfitter,” said NBA 2K League Managing Director Brendan Donohue. “Champion’s authentic designs and innovative products make them a great partner for the league, and we can’t wait to see our teams compete in their new uniforms this season.”

“The need for esports apparel is quickly evolving and Champion is pleased to be an integral part of this historical opportunity,” said Champion Group President-Global Activewear Jon Ram. “Being the official outfitters for the NBA 2K League is an exciting and pivotal opportunity for Champion to continue our evolution and expansion to outfit teams within the esports and traditional sports communities. Together we can push the boundaries and bring esports to a wider audience.”

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China declares eSports as a profession

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China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (CMHRSS) has officially recognised esports as a profession. The new professions “esports operator” and “esports professional” are included in the 15 new professions approved by the government.
The other professions in the list include AI engineer, big data engineer and drone pilot.

CMHRSS defines “esports operators” as those who organise esports events or produce esports content, as well as those who increase the commercial value of esports through promotion and marketing.

“Esports professionals” are considered those who compete in tournaments, perform in events, or train with other professionals. It can also refer to those who analyse games or assist with training.

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