The online gaming platform, SuperWin has announced one of the greatest cricketers of all time, Abraham Benjamin de Villiers (AB de Villiers) as its brand ambassador. Along with the South African legend, Bollywood actress, Pooja Hedge was also announced as the company’s brand ambassador.
Considering that SuperWin only began operations last month, the agreement marks the company’s first move.
The group claims that online gaming is becoming a popular and essential component of how people enjoy sports all across the world. AB is excited about the footing the brand is going to get in India.
SuperWin, which offers a sports and gaming exchange, is rapidly growing in popularity among users owing to its no-strings-attached Sign-Up bonus, which credits users’ wallets with Rs 1000 as soon as they sign up. Additionally, SuperWin provides an immediate credit deposit bonus of 350% on the first deposit and 50% on the second. Online gaming has seen a similar upheaval as other sectors in the digital era. Players can anticipate engaging experiences, excellent visuals, and fluid gaming due to platforms like Superwin, which are leading the way.
Online gaming is quickly assimilating into how people enjoy sport and gaining acceptance on a global scale. Instead of just being observers in the stands, fans may now feel like active participants in what occurs on the field.
On the association, AB de Villiers, said, “Winning is the part of the game that all of us as professional athletes and even those that aspire to be in their own right. I’m really happy to associate with SuperWin as I am confident that they will imbibe everything that it means to be in sport which is having fun, being part of a community, and of course, finally, the desire to win big.”
“We are excited to work alongside ABD and Pooja Hedge to celebrate the spirit of sport and as we look forward to a successful association with them, we are confident that they will only add value to the brand in its plans to become an Indian-dominated global platform,” a SuperWin spokesperson said.