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| Author Harrison Giza
Tinder Flirts with a Bright Future in Brazilian Esports
In a world of brand sponsorship, by-the-numbers investments, and lonely gamers looking for love, it was only a matter of time before Tinder swiped right on their esports crush.
paiN Gaming, a notable Brazilian esports organization, announced this week that it has begun a developing “sponsorship agreement” with go-to late night dating app, Tinder. What a time to be alive!
TEM CONTATINHO NOVO NA ÁREA 👀
Pode entrar, Tinder, novo patrocinador das lines de Free Fire, CS:GO, Dota 2 e Clash Royale ❤
E pra quem tá ~curioso, fica ligado porque vem muito conteúdo legal e "códiguins" de Tinder Gold por aí 😉#GGdeuMatch pic.twitter.com/dNjGK89q7B
— paiN Gaming (@paiNGamingBR) February 7, 2020
This budding partnership will tend their focus towards Tinder’s commercial popularity with young consumers. They're hoping to promote paiN Gaming’s Dota 2, Free Fire, Clash Royale, and CS:GO campaigns even further into the future.
Tinder is a highly popular location-based social search mobile app, as well as a Web application, most often used as a lifestyle dating service that allows users to use a swiping motion to like (swiping right) or show you aren’t interested (swiping left) other users, and allows users to chat if both parties like each other (successfully getting a “match”).
paiN Gaming is a Brazilian esports organization. They were the very first Latin American organization to have a ground-up gaming house.
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