Bitget reported a record number of participants in the "Cup of Kings". The tournament was promoted by Lionel Messi
Crypto exchange Bitget has summed up the results of the King's Cup Global Invitational 2022 (KCGI) international trading tournament. It was attended by 32,174 users - a record figure in the history of the competition.
"King's Cup" was held from November 21 to December 19, 2022 and was timed to coincide with the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
To attract participants, organizers launched an advertising campaign with Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi.
"Bitget congratulates the KCGI winners, the Argentine team and Lionel Messi personally! We are proud to have supported him throughout the World Cup," commented exchange managing director Gracie Chen.
The winners shared 565,000 USDT, with:
The top five team standings earned more than 1,450,000 USDT in profits with a PnL of 1,731.24%;
The top five participants in the individual standings received about 230,000 fan tokens for completing various tasks on the platform;
Top 5 users led 789 referrals in the invitation contest.
"The Kings Cup" is an annual futures trading competition on Bitget. The next tournament will be held in mid-2023.
Bitget is a cryptocurrency exchange for spot and futures trading that supports OTC and P2P transactions, as well as provides access to copy trading. The platform serves more than eight million users in 100 countries.
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