Esports Entertainment Group onboards VIE.gg affiliates

Esports Entertainment Group has confirmed that it has begun onboarding new affiliate marketing partners on to its newly relaunched VIE.gg esports betting platform.

The new affiliate partners will include esports teams, influencers, streamers, leagues, and super affiliates from Asia, Europe, North America and South America. 

“Our Affiliate partners are a very important part of our organic growth strategy in 2020 and beyond, so it has been a high priority of ours to provide the comfort and security they need to partner with us and drive their valuable global audiences to VIE.gg,” said Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports Entertainment Group.  

“We believe that with the combination of our NASDAQ listing, capital raise and Malta license over the last 30 days we have a formidable competitive advantage to attract, support and grow with affiliate partners that we believe will lead to rapid organic growth for our newly relaunched VIE.gg esports wagering platform.”

A recent listing on the NASDAQ exchange as well as a Malta gaming licence have been listed as key reasons as to why affiliates have agreed to partner with VIE.gg. 

“Affiliate marketing is a proven growth model for online gambling,” commented Christian Heinrichs, Esports Affiliate Manager. 

“Our affiliate streamers broadcast to massive, global esports audiences. Combined with the credibility and support of the many teams and leagues we continue to sign as affiliates, we believe our VIE.gg platform can quickly become the industry standard for safe, secure esports betting.”

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