Oddin.gg extends partnership with esports organizer PGL

Oddin will remain PGL's Data and Integrity Services provider until 2026.

Oddin.gg has agreed a multi-year deal with esports tournament organizer PGL to remain its data and integrity services provider through 2026.

The company will provide data for PGL’s Dota 2 and Counter-Strike 2 events and this latest agreement comes off the back of PGL Major Copenhagen which was the third-most viewed Counter-strike event of all time.

“At PGL, our core mission is to craft the ultimate esports experience on a global scale. Independence, innovation, and integrity are the pillars we stand on, promoting fairness and sustainability within the esports world,” said PGL CEO Silviu Stroie. “In Oddin.gg, we’ve found an ally that resonates with our ethos, making them the ideal partner as we forge ahead. Our ongoing partnership solidified through a multi-year contract, echoes our mutual commitment to the community of esports.”

The multi-year partnership will encompass a minimum of eight Dota 2 headline events and at least 11 tier 1 Counter-Strike 2 tournaments featuring elite teams competing for prize pools of $1 million or more.

According to Oddin, this latest agreement underscores its ascendancy in the esports official data sphere.

“Our commitment is to affiliate with the premier entities in esports, and PGL stands out as a peak of excellence within the tournament circuit. Their team has masterfully orchestrated the top three most-watched Counter-Strike and the two most-watched Dota 2 tournaments in history, added Oddin.gg Co-founder and Managing Director of Partnerships Marek Suchar. “This partnership is a strategic step towards enhancing the global esports experience, and we eagerly anticipate the groundbreaking advancements PGL will introduce.”

The pair will begin the latest chapter of their partnership with the upcoming Wallachia tournament in May 2024.

Oddin.gg agrees deals to distribute esports contests

Last month Oddin.GG announced it had linked up with Sportradar and as part of the deal Sportradar will offer audiovisual streaming of Oddin’s esports content to its network of more than 900 operators.

The Prague-based firm first entered Canada in the final quarter of 2022 after gaining a betting supplier license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.

Since then the company has teamed up with Calgary-based online casino platform Lion Gaming to provide an “extensive range of live esports and betting options” to Lion Gaming customers.

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