Bayes Esports Announced as Data Supplier to Esports World Cup

Published: Jun 19, 2024

Bayes Esports has signed a partnership agreement to become the exclusive supplier of game data for the forthcoming Esports World Cup. The agreement will see the company provide official match data for the huge 21-game, 22-tournament event, which boasts a staggering prize pool of over US$60 million.

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“Partner with Expertise and Proven Track Record”

Mohammed Alnimer, the Sales Director of the Esports World Cup Foundation commented on the partnership, stating:

“Bayes Esports plays a central role in the esports ecosystem with its extensive distribution network. As the Esports World Cup aspired to become the premier global esports event, we recognized the need for a partner with the expertise and proven track record to prioritise the integrity of match data.”

“This event will be a driving force for the continued growth of the global betting industry, and we are eager to witness the impact of this partnership.”

Data Integrity Key

Bayes Esports have had a long-standing commitment to ensuring that data is safe and secure for the most important esports events for many years.

They are renowned as a top notch esports data provider within the industry.

That will now extend to the forthcoming Esports World Cup in the shape of ensuring its match data integrity services and its expansive market monitoring system.

It is certainly a coup for the organisers of the Esports World Cup to have teamed up with Bayes, given their reputation as a market leader in data security, integrity and provision.

Amir Mirzaee, the co-CEO and MD of Bayes Esports explained his company’s position regarding the partnership.

“It is an honour to be selected as a key partner in supporting this incredibly ambitious and important event in esports.”

“Bayes Esports has always been a pioneer in esports, and partnering with the Esports World Cup marks a historic milestone. It reflects all the hard work that we’ve done in the past to drive community engagement and integrity in the esports industry.”

The deal is the latest in a number of partnerships Bayes Esports have struck so far in 2024, notably expanding their presence in CS2 and Dota 2 tournaments.

It is also great news for those fans looking to enjoy Esports World Cup betting on a myriad of tournaments this summer.

About the Esports World Cup

The eight-week event is taking place in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh this summer and is slated to be the world’s largest esports event and festival.

At the end of the tournament, the esports club that performs best across the most games will become the very first Esports World Cup Champion.

Esports fans will be able to pick from tournaments that feature esports such as Counter-Strike 2, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, EA FC, StarCraft 2, Dota 2, Honor of Kings, Free Fire, PUBG, PUBG Mobile, Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch 2, Fortnite, Rocket League, Street Fighter VI, Tekken 8, League of Legends, Teamfight Tactics, Rennsport, Apex Legends, Call of Duty Warzone, Call of Duty Modern Warfare IIII.

And of course, betting partners will be offering plenty of esports odds on markets for all these fantastic tournaments.

Ian John
Ian John

Since: August 10, 2015

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