Rensaga closed new sponsorship and officially changed its name.

Rensga BitPreço

Established in 2019, Rensga will now have a new name. The Goan team of Electronic Sports has closed sponsorship with a cryptocurrency company and will now be called Rensga Bitpreco. The agreement between the two sides is unprecedented on the national scene, and for only the second time in the world.

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Rensga eSports is an organization with its roots in Goiás and which values ​​it in its communication. Also present in the CBLOL Academy and CS:GO, the team is primarily distinguished for its performances in the CBLOL, the Brazilian League of Legends Championship.

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To further promote the group, Bitpreco signed a partnership and will now stamp its name on the GOES eSports organization. “It was a very meticulous process – with many coming and going – to approve the partnership between Rensga and Riot Games Brasil. The steps we are taking are very interesting, because we are going to open a new path for all organizations in Brazil”, says Jerry Veiga, CEO of recently named Rensga Bitpreco.

This is the first time that a Brazilian eSports team has negotiated their naming rights, or name rights. This was only the second time in the world that FTX, a Chinese company, sponsored TSM from the United States.

Ney Pimenta - CEO of Bitpreco
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There has been a lot of development of electronic sports at the national level and we are happy to participate in this movement. We see Rensga as a great partner to grow together, and we are confident that we will have many more victories ahead”, highlights Bitpreco CEO Ney Pimenta.

The current season has been very successful for the Cowboys, which includes. Last weekend, Rensga Bitpreco made its debut with this new name during the quarterfinals of CBOL, when it finished LOUD 3×0. The next placement in the competition is in front of Penn on August 21.

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