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Asia iGaming software supplier, BBIN signs with Nova Esports to be global partners

The world-renowned eSports team, Nova Esports, was pleased to announce in Shanghai from August of its entering into a strategic alliance with the leading iGaming software supplier, BBIN. This alliance is expected to give BBIN further competitive edge in becoming a global giant in the e-world.Being one of the keen players in the Asian iGaming arena, BBIN has shown its continuous support to the eSports community. Furthermore, BBIN has also spared no effort to support various international sporting and entertainment events, ensuring the diversification of its allies can be engendered.

COO of Nova Esports, Mr. Francis Chan, said, “We are very happy to ally with BBIN, which is really a revolutionary breakthrough that we’d been longing for. Hence, this alliance undoubtedly represents a creative and meaningful move.BBIN has been dedicated to supporting and sponsoring all sorts of top-tier events, be it sports or entertainment; and BBIN is definitely one of the few world-class brands which is devoted to providing support for the eSports team, therefore, we are gratified to be able to receive support from BBIN.”

BBIN stated, “Esports has been getting more and more popular these days. The passion and energy of fans nowadays is comparable to any other mainstream sports. Being the keen players in the Asian iGaming, we foresee ourselves bringing a remarkable experience to the millions of eSports fans around the world.

Being our global strategic partner, BBIN will fully support Nova Esports in participating in different international competitions, including the title sponsorship of Nova CRL team and sponsorships of Nova AOV team, PUBGM team, and FIFA online team etc. Through BBIN’s social media and exclusive broadcasting channels, a unique and innovative experience will surely be brought to all the supporters and that the gap between the game and its fans can further be bridged.

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