Brazilian esports organisation FURIA has partnered with specialist esports bookmaker Rivalry.
No specific financial or term details had been made public at the time of writing, but we do know the partnership will cover content, including behind-the-scenes type material.
FURIA currently competes in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – though the Rivalry deal only covers CS:GO and Dota 2.
Commenting on the partnership CMO of Rivalry, Kevin Wimer, said:
“We are incredibly proud to announce our partnership with FURIA. We plan on supporting the CSGO community and Brazilian esports for a long time. We hope that the players and fans alike will enjoy the exciting benefits of this partnership in the future.”
Rivalry is also partnered with London-based esports organisation Fnatic (read more) – recently the agreement was extended through 2021 in a major six-figure deal. The bookies has deals with Brazilian organisation DETONA GAMING and journalist Richard Lewis too.
FURIA’s commercial partners include Clear Shampoo, GamersCard, HyperX and Nike.