Amazon University Esports Expanding to UAE And Saudi Arabia

Amazon University Esports Expanding to UAE And Saudi Arabia

Amazon in Saudi Arabia and the UAE joins forces with MTE (MENATech)a GGTech Entertainment Group company to launch Amazon University Esports, the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s first educational esports league.

Amazon’s involvement in the tournament across the UAE and Saudi Arabia will help upscale the competition, increasing visibility and growth opportunities for players, in addition to providing exciting prizes and resources for participating teams. The agreement between Amazon and MENATech follows a first season in which the esports competitive series hosted teams from more than 130 universities across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

The University Esports Project, which brings students together to compete for their universities in esports leagues, has already established itself as a top-level tournament around the world with global partner GGTech, in countries including France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Germany, Turkey, Poland, KSA, UAE, Egypt, Morocco, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and recently North America and Canada.

GGTech and Amazon have reinforced their commitment to foster the esports community around the world, providing a space for players to showcase their talent, and for young professionals to build a career in the growing esports industry.

Amazon University Esports MENA will also be supported by some of the industry’s leading publishers. On one hand, the presence of Riot Games, a partner that has been collaborating with GGTech in university competitions around the world, since its inception, offers participants the possibility of competing in some of the most desired titles of the moment such as League of Legends and Valorant. 

Garena Free Fire, one of the leading mobile games publishers in the region will be involved in the competition for the first time to increase its involvement in the development of the scene and help bring the best show to the Free Fire fans.

Amazon University Esports is also supported by the Saudi Esports Federation in the KSA Competition, a regional pioneer in the development of the esports scene.

Registration for next season will open in February.

 

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