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BBIN Leaps into eSports and forms alliance with MAD TEAM

iGaming software supplier, BBIN has officially formed an alliance and become partners with eSports club "MAD TEAM", providing support to MAD's Arena of Valor team. 

MAD TEAM was founded by the famous actor and singer, Shawn Yue. Although the team has only been one and a half years since its formation, it has already attained several excellent achievements on the eSports stage and keeps improving.

Both parties were optimistic about the new partnership.

"BBIN has been cultivating itself in the field of competition events for a long time. We look forward to expanding resources and making efforts for better eSports through the cooperation between MAD TEAM and BBIN,” said MAD TEAM in a statement. 

BBIN is committed to developing iGaming software and system as well as providing platform integration services. Apart from participating in iconic exhibitions of the industry, BBIN has also won many major international awards. For a long time, BBIN has been supporting well-known international sporting events and engaged in charitable endeavors around the globe. Examples include the 2016-2018 Formula Championship Series, and football team Dortmund in the 2018-2019 Bundesliga. BBIN has also been giving strong support to charities recently. 

In 2018, through the brand TGB Charity, BBIN invited a famous DJ to work together in holding a music charity event; in June 2019, BBIN started calling on the world to support For The Next, a greening tree-planting event. 

BBIN has opened up a new field of sponsorship in 2019. BBIN is not only crossing over to other fields to support young eSports teams, but also paying close attention to booming and fast-growing eSports events and relevant competitions around the globe. 

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