Bets.io picks Michael “Venom” Page to build brand awareness

The betting platform has picked the mixed martial arts fighter to raise its profile among fans of the sport who may be new to crypto betting

Michael “Venom” Page, one of the most prominent MMA fighters, and an unstoppable UFC force, has been able to accumulate an impressive record of 22 wins and only two losses, making him one of the most distinct participants in the competition.

His partnership with Bets.io will serve to elevate both the fighter’s profile with sports fans but also help raise awareness among UFC aficionados for Bets.io. Page made his debut in the UFC at UFC 299 and has been adding to his stellar record ever since.

His participation and ambassadorship will be accompanied by numerous opportunities to raise awareness for the sport and the sportsbook, and will also come with various activations, promotional odds and more. Commenting on this fresh opportunity, Bets.io CMO Evgeniy Babitsyn has said that he was excited to see his company collaborate with a prominent talent such as Page.

He called this team-up a “convergence” of passion and authenticity, and a joint effort to “redefine norms.”

“Joining forces with Michael ‘Venom’ Page feels like a natural fit. We share a passion for pushing boundaries and creating unforgettable experiences. Together, we’re poised to make a lasting impact on both the gaming and martial arts industries,”  Babitsyn added.

Page was similarly excited to be joining the sportsbook and said that Bets.io captured the “creative personality” that he himself had.

“Bets.io resembles the creative person I am in the cage, allowing me to be myself in our partnership. I know we’re going to put on a show together and cook up a storm in our respective industries”, he noted, and shared the platform with his followers, for a chance to further engage with their favorite UFC fighter.

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