Michael Yossef Cohen-Palacio – an active member in the gaming scene – has formed a deal with GG.BET in the aim of growing and developing the esports community.

Otherwise known as Torte de Lini, Cohen will continue to maintain guides and take part in creating exclusive Dota 2 content. 

Torte de Lini said: “I’m glad to have GG.BET providing support to my efforts to serve the Dota 2 community with my guides. To find a partner who genuinely believes in this passion project and is excited about Dota 2 is a rarity that I’m thankful to have encountered. 

“I’m looking forward to not only being able to continue my dedicated service, but also to working more closely with GG.BET in providing additional value to the game and esports scene.”

The deal sees the gamer release a series of in-game guides in collaboration with Top Tier esports players, sharing his experience and knowledge of game mechanics in exclusive vlogs. 

Cohen is the creator of the in-game character guides used by 86% of Dota 2 players and has launched or been a part of over 12 different start-up organisations ranging from professional teams to tournaments and media brands. 

In perspective, his Standard Hero Builds Project, founded in February 2013, now reaches over 512 million players , while Torte de Lini guides are used by Dota 2 developers and the winners of The International. 

Dota 2 players who subscribe to Torte de Lini guides will receive unique GG.BET offers and bonuses. 

Furthermore, the guidemaker will also take part in analytical shows and conduct educational streams with esports talents on important social issues, including responsible betting. 

Dmitry Voshkarin, CEO of GG.BET, added: “Ask any Dota 2 player how they go about boosting their game, and you’ll definitely be hearing about Torte de Lini guides and long hours of training. 

“We’d be willing to bet that Torte de Lini is at the top of everyone’s list of guidemakers. We’ve watched Michael’s work with great enthusiasm over the last decade, and the importance of what he does for the gaming community cannot be overstated. 

“In partnership with Michael, we will continue to invest our efforts in supporting Dota 2 fans and the entire gaming community,” he concluded.

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