Mission Control GG, a start-up company focused on uniting communities through esports, recently announced the launch of the U.S. Parks and Recreation Esports Championship (USPREC) in conjunction with HyperX. The tournament will connect communities through a month-long competition as players face off against each other to represent their hometowns.
Austin Smith is the current CEO of Mission Control. Smith explained that this is a huge opportunity for all organizations involved. “Mission Control is proud to host this first-ever community-based event bringing friends together through video games,” he said. “USPREC connects communities across the country for something fun to do together, especially during a pandemic.”
HyperX will serve as the tournaments presenting partner. The competition began on April 27th and is expected to run through the beginning of July.
According to a press release, American towns will be able to use Mission Control’s platform to host qualifying events. The winners will then advance to the main USPREC tournament.
(All information was provided by Esports Insider)