Building on its success across the sport market, as part of a year-long sponsorship deal, STS has expanded its partnership with CS: GO’s Paweł “innocent” Mocek.
The sponsorship deal comes as the demand for sports continues to draw punters worldwide and builds on the current agreement of the pair that started in January 2018.
The deal that was signed at the time was the first in Europe when a bookmaker decided to support Counter Strike play for an individual esports gamer.
STS CEO Mateusz Juroszek elaborated on the Agreement: “Esports entered the top ten of the most frequent bets made by our punters, and it is still growing in popularity.
“This is the reason why we invest in increasing our recognition among esports fans – we are constantly developing our offer to meet the expectations of our punters, i.e. by sponsoring popular teams, players and events.”
STS praised Paweł “innocent” Mocek for having a successful year, joining the Illuminar Gaming team, with whom he won the Games Clash Masters in Gdynia. The player will also continue to compete in the IEM tournament Katowice 2020.
In addition to inking a deal with the CS:GO gamer, STS also signed sponsorship deals withx-kom AGO which is considered one of Poland’s best CS: GO teams.
At the end of 2019, the UK Gambling Commission gave STS the green light to provide services throughout the UK based on an “independent licence.”
Subsequently, Polish bookmaker STS went live with its own UK licence, 10 months after initially launching on the BetConstruct site as a licenced white label.