Esports betting company GG.Bet has announced the extension of its partnership with Natus Vincere, popularly known as Navi, just ahead of the upcoming Intel Extreme Masters Katowice tournament scheduled to commence at the end of this month.

Natus Vincere, a prominent Ukrainian esports team in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) scene, has solidified its collaboration with GG.Bet, an esports betting company headquartered in Kyiv. GG.Bet primarily focuses on CS:GO but also offers a range of markets.

In a recent interview with Gambling Insider, Dmytro Voshkarin, CEO of GG.Bet UA, outlined the company’s plans to support the Ukrainian markets and introduce ambassadors from the region. Apart from its initiatives in Ukraine, GG.Bet is actively involved in various CS:GO projects, including being the exclusive global betting partner of the Blast Premier and the launch of its GG.Leagues system.

Commenting on the partnership extension, GG.Bet stated, “Over the past 12 months, we’ve hosted two astonishing offline events. The GG.Gathering brought together players and the most dedicated NAVI fans, while the Match of LeGGends got more than 1 million views worldwide!”

GG.Bet further added: “In addition, every tournament throughout the year was accompanied by hours of unique interviews, quizzes, and recaps!”

In its capacity as the official partner of Navi, GG.Bet will prominently display its branding on both the front and back of the players’ jerseys as well as the background of the streams.

Navi lost s1mple from its roster at the end of 2023 when he left for private reasons. With b1t, Aleksib, jL, iM, w0nderful, and B1ad3 in the lineup, the team joins the 2024 leagues. The Blast Premier: Spring Groups 2024 is presently in progress, while the Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2024 starts out on January 31.

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