N1 Bet is the Main Betting Sponsor of Dota 2 esports Tournament

N1 Bet Main betting sponsor Dota 2 esports tournament
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N1 Bet, a project of N1 Partners Group, announces a special offer for players as part of the Beyond the Summit Pro Series Dota2 esports tournament. Find out what great bonuses await you when you bet with N1 Bet.

 

The Beyond the Summit Pro Series esports tournament kicks off on September 7th. N1 Bet, licensed by Curacao, is the main betting sponsor of Season 8. The tournament is held in two stages: the group stage and playoff. Teams from the regions of Southeast Asia, North and South America will compete for the prize. The total prize fund of the tournament is 100,000 USD.

“We are pleased to be a partner of such a significant eSports event as Beyond the Summit Pro Series Season 8. We hope that players will enjoy the special bonus offer we’ve prepared for the tournament. We guarantee the simplicity, convenience, and quality of service of the N1 Bet project platform”, notes Yaroslav Laptev, Chief Product Officer of N1 Partners Group.

N1 Bet dedicates an entire website section to esports – try making bets on Dota 2 gameplay in one click! All players can expect special bonuses: players get one Free Bet on the 3rd, the 7th, and the 10th bet – that’s 3 Free Bets or 30 EUR in Total! The condition is to bet with a coefficient of 1.3 (no wagering requirement). The Free Bets you receive are also available to use for betting on another sport.

“It’s always great to see new brands showing interest in Dota 2 and supporting the decade-long competitive & community parts of the game. We are happy to have N1 Bet on board at Pro Series 8 and can’t wait for the exciting gameplays to unfold,” says Michelle Cheng, VP of Sales and Marketing at Beyond the Summit.

N1 Bet offers a variety of payment methods for players and the ability to deposit in both fiat and crypto currencies. The player support service operates 24/7 and is available in three languages: Russian, English, and German.


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