Team Secret announces partnership with Jing Ji Bao

Published: Oct 5, 2020

The Europe based esports organisation Team Secret has recently announced its partnership with the China-based esports betting company Jing Ji Bao.

Jing Ji Bao is an established gambling operator in Asia. They offer various different services around the esports betting scene. Jing Ji Bao is a premium gambling service that provides a line-up of player-oriented options and high-end gaming opportunities in over 130 countries and regions.

This partnership will see Jing Ji Bao sponsor their Dota 2 team. Team Secret’s Dota squad has found new heights in the pro scene during the Covid-19 pandemic. The team has won eight of their last tournaments in a row and broke numerous Dota 2 records along the way.

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This sponsorship comes only a few months after Team Secret entered into another partnership with the China-based streaming service HUYA. This year marks Team Secret’s attempt to break out of the European market and seek new fans and opportunities in Asia.

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John Yao, CEO of Team Secret, wrote in their press release, “Online oddsmakers are a tricky sponsor landscape to navigate, and finding a trusted partner is always difficult. We are extremely pleased to add Jing Ji Bao as our Asia gaming sponsor and are honoured by their support of our world-class DOTA2 team. By joining forces, we will bring a new level of experience to all of our fans.”

This partnership comes just before the next major tournament for the Team Secret’s Dota 2 roster. The ESL One Germany 2020 has kicked off today October 5th and the team will try to keep their winning streak alive and a top prize of $400,000.

Andrew Boggs

Since: September 11, 2020

Andrew is a Northern Ireland based journalist with a passion for video games. His latest hobby is watching people speedrun Super Mario 64 and realising how bad he is at platformers.

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