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MIBR announces historic sponsorship with Bybit, a top crypto exchange that just arrived in Brazil

The organization highlighted the three-year partnership that will bring trading and fan engagement to the next level.

SAO PAULO​​, BRAZIL - Media OutReach - 6 May 2022 - MIBR, the biggest esports team in Brazil, brings on board Bybit, one of the fastest growing crypto exchanges in the world, as a new partner and sponsor for the following three years.

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