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Catch Outlaws action at UltraPlay’s ICE Stand

Thu 16th Feb 2017 - 3:04pm : Gaming

CS:GO outfit Outlaws will be strutting their stuff live for ICE Totally Gaming attendees next month at the UltraPlay stand. 

The esports betting products supplier will also have some other surprises up their sleeves for those who make the trip to the ExCeL Centre in London for the show.

Mario Ovcharov, Chief Marketing Officer at UltraPlay, told us: “The aim of bringing the team with us is to ensure a first hand interaction for the crowd and create an experience which should be somewhat unique for such an event. The matches will be played from the booth which should ensure that it remains busy, and that’s just one of the many surprises we have prepared.”

The Outlaws team is an UltraPlay creation, and has enjoyed a good opening season in the VitalBet Balkan Pro League. At the UltraPlay booth (S3-140) there will be a gaming area with PCs, broadcasting screens which includes a ‘Beat the Pros’ option for any optimistic attendees. 

Different prizes will be dished out to anyone who dares to challenge the team with solo or team games on offer. 

UltraPlay is also sponsoring the esports seminar taking place on Tuesday 7th of February in the venue. This will features talks from the likes of Rahul Sood at Unikrn, Spike Laurie at ESL and UltraPlay’s own Peter Ivanov. There will also be an UltraPlay workshop in the afternoon led by Mario Ovcharov and Sales Executive Krasimir Kostov. The two will make a presentation and be on hand to answer all questions on how to prepare your business for success in esports.

Esports Insider says: With investments like Outlaws team and academy, as well as their involvement in the Balkan Pro League, UltraPlay has supported grassroots esports growth more than once. It’s a great example of how betting companies can  benefit the wider world of esports, and those at ICE should definitely pay their booth a visit. The seminar is also a must-attend for any operator or sponsor considering entering esports. 

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