Duelbits has elevated its partnership with the UFC’s first double champion, as Conor McGregor live streamed a plethora of table games on the platform. 

Further activating the partnership, Duelbits enabled users to opt-in for the Conor McGregor 30 day tournament with a grand $150,000 prize pool, where if they wager $100 or more they could win cash giveaways given out by the fighting Irishman. 

McGregor lived up to the billing during the stream and utilised the platform to fire shots at a host of his rivals, taking aim at Kamaru Usman and Ilia Topuria and even criticising Leon Edwards for going to decision on too many occasions. 

The former lightweight and featherweight king also never missed an opportunity to challenge his old foe Khabib Nurmagomedov, who he predicts will return to the fight game soon. 

Nonetheless, The Mac did have praise for Sean O’Malley, the current bantamweight champion, however he was eager to emphasise that if they ever met, he would defeat the ‘Suga’ show with ease. 

Duelbits has long tapped into the world of combat sports, partnering with an abundance of fighters in the past including Dillion Danis and Chris Eubank Jr, who sported Duelbits merchandise during recent battles. 

Nonetheless, having a link with McGregor will be the biggest exposure for the firm given the fan engagement he draws. 

The partnership comes as he prepares to make his return to the Octagon on 29 June against Michael Chandler from Las Vegas, during International Fight Week.