Delimobil becomes the Dota 2 Champions League Season 4 official partner

The Delimobil car-sharing service becomes the official broadcast partner of Dota 2 Champions League Season 4 (D2CL), which is conducted by the tournament operator Epic Esports Events. The tournament broadcast and commentary are organized by the RuHub Studio. This is the world’s first integration into esports for the entire car-sharing industry.

The online tournament Dota 2 Champions League Season 4 will be held from September 16 to October 6, 2021 with the prize pool is $50.000. In addition to integrating the identity of “Delimobil” into the RuHub Studio broadcast and social networks, the companies are implementing joint interactive formats for esports fans, whose number in Russia already exceeds 15.4 million people.

Petr Shapiro, Delimobil Performance-marketing Director 

“Once upon a time, a very small number of people followed esports, but now it is a global gaming community. In the same way, our history began with a fleet of 100 cars and a small team of enthusiasts who became pioneers of Russian car-sharing. Today, “Delimobil” and car-sharing are both a familiar and bright part of the national transport system. We are not afraid of experiments, we like to try new things and we know our clients do like esports. Therefore, we decided to support the Dota 2 Champions League Season 4 and wish its participants good luck!”

Nikolay Petrossian, Head of RuHub Studio and Cybersport.ru:

“Both the culture of sharing and the esports industry were born in the digital world. We are grateful to Delimobil for the trust to become the bridge that will connect these two phenomena. We wish the viewers to broadcast exciting matches, the teams — success and victories, and our new partner — effective communication with the audience, in which we will be happy to help. Let’s go!”


About Delimobil

Delimobil is the first federal car-sharing service which opened in 2015. Combining all the best practices of car-sharing in European countries, Delimobil has rightfully become an important and integral part of the transport infrastructure of cities. It is the largest representative of the federal car-sharing in the regions of the Russian Federation and has more than 16.000 cars, and the number of users exceeds 6.000.000 people.

RuHub (part of ESforce Holding) is a key producer of media content for the esports audience and a leading Russian studio. The studio consists of leading analysts and esports commentators from the CIS, who officially cover the largest tournaments from Valve, including The International, in Russian.

RuHub Studio broadcasts the largest and most popular tournaments, including the stages of the Dota 2 and Fortnite World Championships, CS:GO tournaments, Rainbow Six Siege, and even show matches with the stars of the Russian National Hockey Team. The studio’s broadcasts have repeatedly become the most viewed around the world.

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