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Bigetron Esports bags another sponsorship with Xiaomi Indonesia

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Bigetron Esports took their Instagram page to announce the addition of Xiaomi Indonesia as one of the sponsors for the organization. This is the fifth sponsor for the organization after Bagus, Go-Pay, Indachi and Red Bull.

Bigetron is an Indonesian professional esports organization mainly focused on mobile gaming. The team has a variety of games where they compete such as Pubg Mobile, Free Fire, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Call of Duty: Mobile. The deal between the two organizations will see various collaborations with the teams where the players will play on the high-end Xiaomi devices.

On June 9 2020, Xiaomi has a launch event for the upcoming Redmi Note 9 Series in collaboration with Bigetron Esports. The event will feature many players from the team who will brief various features of this mid-range gaming phone. You can watch the launch event here.


Redmi Note 9 is equipped with a high-performance octa-core processor with a maximum clock speed of 2.0GHz, a GPU frequency of 1000MHz, for improved performance to provide you with seamless gaming experience. It had 32% stronger GPU performance and 22% CPU performance as compared to Redmi Note 8.

With the upgraded 5020mAh (Typ) battery, you can enjoy the power that lasts.
Paired with 18W fast charge, you can power up your device up in no time which provides you with

  • 147 hours of Music Playback
  • 33 hours of Calling
  • 16 hours of Continuous Navigation
  • 16 hours of Gaming

This device has an outstanding imaging system, which gives more than just clarity. One of the additional features is the inbuilt portable scanner which can be used to scan documents making your mobile phone the best tool for both business and studies.


It is a Chinese electronics company founded in April 2010 and headquartered in Beijing. Xiaomi makes and invests in smartphones, mobile apps, laptops, bags, earphones, shoes, fitness bands, and many other products. Xiaomi is also the fourth company after Apple, Samsung and Huawei to have self-developed mobile phone chip capabilities.

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