Evil Geniuses selects Thunderpick as official CS:GO sponsor

May 23, 2023
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Both desire to support women in gaming as the esports market grows.

Entertainment and esports organization Evil Geniuses has signed a new partnership deal with online crypto betting platform, Thunderpick. As a condition of the deal, Thunderpick will represent all three Evil Genius CS:GO teams as a marquee partner.

The newly formed collaboration is also committed to supporting women in gaming.

Evil Geniuses Head of Global Partnerships Leonard Edwards shared the company’s desires for both its continuing operations and for its partnership with Thunderpick.

He said, "We are excited to partner with Thunderpick, a brand that shares our passion for creating innovative experiences for esports fans.

"We're always looking for fresh ways to enhance the fan experience, and Thunderpick's commitment to ensuring a reliable and inventive betting environment will offer a new arm of engagement during events. We look forward to the positive impact this partnership will have on our organization."

Under the current agreement, Thunderpick will represent Evil Geniuses as its official crypto esports casino and gambling partner. The group said it is “committed to investing in the gaming and esports communities as well as supporting talent within the global Counter-Strike scene.”

Thunderpick Head of Strategy Kelly Sanders elaborated further by saying, "We are thrilled to be partnering with Evil Geniuses, one of the most successful and respected organizations in esports.

"Thunderpick is committed to supporting and growing players' opportunities to succeed not only as players, but as creators and individuals, and this partnership marks a key milestone in our efforts to foster a larger and more diverse community within esports and gaming more broadly.

"We look forward to leveraging our platform and offering exciting new experiences for CS:GO fans while also introducing our brand to a wider audience."


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