The international betting company Parimatch Holding becomes an official partner of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) EPICENTER series. The tournament’s group stage is scheduled for 17-19 December 2019 with the LAN final taking place on 21-22 December 2019 in “Crocus Expo” exhibition center. The event’s prize pool amounts to $500 000.

Tickets and passes are already available for purchase on the tournament’s official webpage. Three tiers are available: Global Elite, Global Nova, and Legendary Eagle, starting from 900 Rub. VK Pay app users are offered a 10% discount when making a purchase.

“We have already created a unique CIS-based league thanks to our partnership with ESforce, but we are not stopping here. EPICENTER is a brilliant tournament featuring top-tier teams and increased viewer involvement, so we have prepared exciting activities for our players,” commented Stepan Shulga, Head of Parimatch Esports Department.

“Partnership with Parimatch became a stellar case of viewers enjoying a huge, emotionally fueled show, and partners appreciating sincere gratitude and high level of audience engagement. We are happy to take the next step in our partnership by greeting Parimatch as the official partner of our main event – the EPICENTER,” noted Sergey Barkhudaryan, ESforce Holding Commercial Director.

Previously, the international betting company Parimatch Holding launched Parimatch League together with ESforce Holding. Season one’s prize pool amounted to $75 000 including the winner prize $40 000 for Season two is scheduled for the first half of 2020 with its prize pool increased to $100 000. Parimatch is a regular partner of international tournament broadcasts by RuHub studio.


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