A campaign with RuHub and Cybersport.ru will take place on July 8-14.

Rocketbank and Russia’s largest esports holding ESforce will become partners during the qualifiers of Dota 2 World Championship — The International 2019. As part of the multi-facet program centered around the tournament qualifiers, Rocketbank brand will be integrated into the largest Russian-based esports media channels RuHub and Cybersport.ru.

Up until August 26, esports fans will be able to receive or upgrade their Battle Pass, a tournament pass and a series of in-game services in Dota 2 made available by Valve in 2013 before every year’s The International, for free. To access the event, esports fans need to apply for a Rocketbank card, perform a Steam transaction for 645 roubles (~10 USD), and receive this sum as cashback. Current clients may use the bank’s referral system to receive a Battle Pass or upgrade it by 24 levels together with their friend. The more referrals the client has, the most levels to their Battle Pass they gain.

This is not the only offer Rocketbank has for fans of esports and gaming: the bank’s client may complete special “missions” on the offer’s website to gain an opportunity to “hustle” prizes from Rocket — spin the virtual wheel and win in-game items and PC accessories from the marketing campaign partners.

More detailed information is available at dota.rocketbank.ru.


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