eSports: New partnership between Bitget and DOTA 2 Bali Major

Bitget, the fast growing crypto exchange, has marked its fourth eSport collaboration. This time it is the official partnership with DOTA 2 Bali Major.

Bitget and the new eSport partnership with DOTA 2 Bali Major

Bitget, has signed a new eSport partnership, becoming the official crypto exchange partner of DOTA 2 Bali Major. 

This is a way to bring the crypto industry and the eSports industry together in an industry-leading event, which will take place from 29 June to 9 July 2023. 

Specifically, the tournament will take place at the five-star Ayana Estate resort, with eighteen teams from around the world competing for a prize pool of $500,000. The playoffs will take place from 7-9 July 2023.

The DOTA 2 Bali Major is expected to attract over 1,500 participants, making it a landmark event in the eSports calendar. 

A great opportunity for the crypto exchange popular for its copy trading feature, Bitget, which aims to promote the adoption of cryptocurrencies by partnering with successful organisations.

Bitget and eSport: the crypto exchange’s fourth partnership

This new partnership with the DOTA 2 Bali Major 2023 marks a fourth goal for the crypto exchange in the eSport world, with the aim of supporting prestigious sporting events. 

Gracy Chen, Managing Director of Bitget, commented as follows:

“We are thrilled to partner with the DOTA 2 Bali Major as the Official Crypto Exchange Sponsor. This collaboration allows Bitget to merge the worlds of cryptocurrency and esports, two technologies shaping the future of the Web3 industry. By supporting such prestigious esports events, we are reinforcing our commitment to empowering more individuals to embrace crypto, which presents the future of finance. We look forward to an exciting tournament and showcasing the potential of cryptocurrencies in the gaming industry.”

Bitget has also previously partnered with PGL, a respected global organiser of eSports tournaments. Specifically, the crypto exchange has sponsored the PGL Major Stockholm 2021, the PGL Major Antwerp 2022 and the PGL DOTA 2 Major Arlington 2022 as an official partner.

The crypto exchange supports industry leaders such as the legendary Argentine footballer Lionel Messi and the pre-eminent Italian football club Juventus. 

Speaking of Messi, Bitget recently celebrated the champion’s birthday on 24 June by giving away the football star’s merchandise to ten lucky winners.

July 2023 Forecast for Bitcoin, Ethereum and BNB by Gracy Chen

This week, Chen released his July 2023 price forecasts for Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Binance Coin (BNB).

Referring to this month’s news for the three cryptos, Chen spoke for BTC about the Federal Reserve’s interest rate situation and the continued applications for the issuance of an ETF on Bitcoin Spot. 

On this basis, Chen predicts a bullish trend for BTC towards $34,000-35,000 by July 2023. However, should BTC fail to hold steady at $31,000-30,000, Chen predicts that there could be a price swing between $29,000 and $31,000. 

As for BNB, Chen spoke about the recent vicissitudes of the Binance crypto exchange and its CEO, Changpeng CZ Zhao. 

And indeed, according to the Bitget CEO, the trend for BNB in July 2023 will depend on the outcome of the Binance vs. SEC case, and that BNB’s fluctuations could be between $230 and $280.

If BTC exceeds $31,000, it is possible that BNB will exceed $290. 

Finally, for ETH, the smart contract crypto par excellence, the latest news mentioned by Chen concerns its staking and the development of meme coins and other crypto projects based on its Ethereum blockchain. 

Chen predicts that the price of ETH will fluctuate between $1,700 and $1,950 in July 2023. Only if BTC rises above $31,000, Chen says, could ETH attempt to break through the previous resistance level of around $2,141.