KINGUIN PARTNERS WITH CSGO PRO MAIKELELE

KINGUIN PARTNERS WITH CSGO PRO MAIKELELE
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Kinguin is pleased to announce their partnership with CS:GO pro Maikel “Maikelele” Bill and their new community platform based on the Plearn website, where players can join events and compete in a variety of challenges to win prizes.

Maikelele and Kinguin have a long-standing friendship that dates back to the days when Maikelele played under the banner of Team Kinguin, won the Gaming Paradise 2015, and made it into the top 8 at the ESL One Cologne 2015 Major.

Now Kinguin and Maikelele are joining forces in a community-driven partnership for Maikelele's platform, Plearn, where Kinguin will award prizes to challenge winners and participants. Kinguin is a longtime supporter of the CS:GO scene and this partnership is the natural next step for the company to strengthen its bond with the community.

Plearn will host weekly Kinguin-branded challenges where top winners will receive Kinguin gift cards, while multiple entrants will receive exclusive Kinguin discount codes. Additionally, CS:GO related products available on Kinguin.net will be promoted on Plearn.gg and affiliate sites in the form of affiliate links.

The first Kinguin event begins on Thursday, March 25th. Maikelele herself broadcasts the challenges live with some members of Plearn. The live broadcast will begin at 18:00 CET at www.twitch.tv/maikelele.

Maikel “Maikelele” Bill, Founder of Plearn said: “I am delighted to be partnering with Kinguin, a company of which I share very fond memories, returning to my professional career in CS:GO. Without the support of the community, I would not be where I am today; this is my way of giving back. Plearn is an exciting project aimed at motivating players to take their game to a whole new level and at the same time have a chance to win great prizes. Given my history with Kinguin and their continued involvement and support in the CS:GO scene, they are the perfect partner for Plearn. "

Viktor Romaniuk Wanli, Founder, and CEO of Kinguin said: “We are beyond excited to partner with a great platform led by a great player and friend. CS:GO is a much-loved game and we have always appreciated its community, so it is important for Kinguin to be involved in the realization of this project. We look forward to helping develop a platform that puts fun and gamers first. "

Currently focused on CS:GO, Plearn plans to expand to more PC and console games in the future, making it possible for players of all stripes to play and win with Plearn.

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