WePlay teams up with Monster Energy for BLAST Premier: Fall Season 2021

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Media holding company and esports tournament organiser WePlay Holding has announced a partnership with energy drinks brand Monster Energy. As a result, Monster Energy has been named the official partner for the Russian broadcast of the BLAST Premier: Fall Season 2021. RELATED: BLAST names WePlay Esports as CIS broadcast partner Yuliya Kovalenko, Marketing Manager at Monster Energy Ukraine, spoke on the announcement in a release: “At Monster Energy we are set to Fuel Gamers Worldwide. Striking a deal with WePlay Holding is a great leap to serve our mission locally and at CIS region at large, ke…

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