STS strengthens esports portfolio with Paweł “innocent” Mocek agreement

Building upon its presence across the esports sector, STS has extended its cooperation with CS:GO’s Paweł “innocent” Mocek as part of a year-long sponsorship agreement.

The sponsorship deal comes as the esports market continues to attract punters across the world, and builds upon the duo’s current agreement which began in January 2018.

The agreement signed at that time was the first one in Europe when a bookmaker decided to support an individual esports gamer playing Counter Strike.

Mateusz Juroszek, CEO of STS, commented 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.”

Paweł “innocent” Mocek has been lauded by STS for having a successful year, having joined the Illuminar Gaming team, with whom he won the Games Clash Masters in Gdynia. The gamer will also go on to compete in the IEM Katowice 2020 tournament.

As well as inking an agreement with the CS:GO gamer, STS has also secured sponsorship agreements with x-kom AGO, which is considered to be one of the best CS:GO teams in Poland.

At the end of 2019, STS was given the green light by the UK Gambling Commission to provide services across the UK, based on an ‘independent licence’.

Polish bookmaker STS has subsequently gone live with its own UK licence, 10 months after initially launching as a licensed white-label brand on the BetConstruct platform.

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