BGaming sponsors Scatters Club’s Streamers tournaments

News on 11 Apr 2023

BGaming sponsors Scatters Club’s Streamers tournaments

iGaming content provider BGaming is to sponsor this year’s Scatters Club Streamers tournaments.

The online casino games and slots studio backed the first event, Streamers Battles, between 10th and 24th March, supported by AI platform Casinolytics.

In each contest, streamers play a series of 20 games and are pitted against each other on a leaderboard to win a share of the $250,000 total prize pool.

During the first battle, 16 players from across the world, including global top 10 streamer Andypsx, took on some of BGaming’s most popular slots Sweet Rush MEGAWAYS, Bonanza Billion and Potion Spells.

Winner Mowehhuku won $11,000, while Andypsx walked away with $5,000 and Wingz took away a $2,000 third place prize. Five runners up also won a share of $7,000 after winning additional quests.

This exciting sponsorship deal reinforces BGaming’s commitment to fostering a player-driven approach to game development, by celebrating a community of streamers who create engaging content and demonstrate the importance of responsible gaming.

Maxim Krotau, Streamer Relations Lead at BGaming, said: “We are excited to partner with Casinolytics in supporting Scatters Club’s Streamers tournament series. This year, we will host a total of six major events with a total prize pool of $250,000 for the year.

“Last month’s Streamers Battles event was a huge success and shows our commitment to creating a positive gaming culture by celebrating our community of players. We can’t wait to see what the next tournament in June has to offer.”

Ellina Minkevich, Event Manager at Scatters Club, said: “Scatter’s Club is seeing increasing interest from streamers who are eager to participate in events like this. Our tournaments help them generate fresh, engaging content for their audience and it’s something new for streamers too.

“There are five more major tournaments ahead and we’re looking forward to welcoming even more participants from all over the world.”

Source: Press Release

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