betway supported a partner esports organization Made in Brazil (MIBR) Player Scouting and Development Program Feitos no Brazil aimed at strengthening the position of the organization in CS:GO .
From July to August, MIBR will host Betway-sponsored player test events to try and find the best Brazilian CS:GO esports talent to join the organization's new academy roster.
As part of the project, the company is expanding its main sponsorship of MIBR, which is recognized as Brazil's oldest and most successful esports franchise.
Betway, MIBR's longest running sponsor to date, helped franchise founder and coach Ricardo 'DEAD' Sinigaglia resurrect a professional CS:GO organization back in 2018.
Feitos no Brasil Academy led by Brazilian esports veterans Renato "Nack" Nakano and Enrique "Ricks" Waku who have been tasked with developing the resources of future MIBR talent.
Director of Betway Esports Adam Savinson stressed the project's importance in helping MIBR go beyond its commercial commitments.
Savinson remarked, "Brazil has an incredible potential for CS:GO talent and we are very proud to support the search for the next big star with Betway's Feitos no Brasil."
By supporting the MIBR academy, Betway underlined its commitment to the professional development of esports, in which the bookmaker acts as the main sponsor G2 Esports, FURIA and PSG Esports , among others.
Betway's announcement of support for the MIBR esports academy initiative first appeared on GamblingTV.com.