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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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Axe Partners with Riot Games for League of Legends

Niji Narayan

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Male grooming brand Axe has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Riot Games and become the global sponsor of League of Legends esports. The deal will see Axe named as the official men’s grooming partner of League of Legends’ global events.

The deal kicks off with the 2019 World Championship through a fully integrated campaign. The details about the said campaign and future activations were not disclosed alongside the sponsorship announcement.

“AXE has a rich history of championing youth passion points, from music, sport, and culture. We are thrilled to be the first men’s grooming brand to partner with League of Legends Global Esports. We hope to create value for the community and encourage fans to fearlessly express their passion and moves and seize the opportunity, both in and around the game,” Gaurav Raisinghani, Global Director of Axe said.

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SVG Forms Esports Production Advisory Committee

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SVG has announced the formation of its Esports Production Advisory Committee, composed of leading esports-production and -technology veterans. The Advisory Committee is being launched ahead of the second-annual SVG Esports Production Summit in Los Angeles.

The group is currently helping to spearhead this year’s Summit programme. Over the coming years, Advisory Committee members will help guide the direction of SVG’s esports production events, initiatives, and editorial content, as well as enable increased dialogue across this rapidly growing industry.

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WePlay! Esports to host the second Minor of the DPC 2019/2020 season

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WePlay! Esports will host and broadcast the second Minor of the current Dota Pro Circuit. The event will be taking place in Bukovel, a famous Ukrainian ski resort in the western part of Ukraine.

“We perceive the opportunity to host a Minor as a great honor and enormous responsibility at the same time. For the last year, we have been working hard organizing various events in Dota 2, CS:GO and other disciplines in the spirit of creativity and excitement. We want our viewers to enjoy not only the games but also an original show.Now we have a bigger challenge. We are doing our best to make esports fans happy with something extraordinary. We will keep to our basic principals, which means that the viewers should expect high production value, excellent props, funny filler content, talents in unusual costumes and much more.” – Eugene “GreenGT” Luchianenco, Head of Esports at WePlay!.Qualifiers to WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020 and the second Major of the DPC 2019/2020 season will be taking place between December 01 and 06. Teams will compete for 370 DPC points, and at least one squad from every competitive region will be invited to the main event. Valve will announce the regions represented by more than one team after the end of the first Major of the current DPC season.

After the qualifiers we will have eight teams, that will be invited to the main event held between January 09 and 12. Besides $300 000 and 660 DPC points, the teams will also compete for a slot at the second Major tournament of the current competitive season.

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