XP League And Gameplan Unveil Partnership

The esports education platform Gameplan recently announced it has agreed to a partnership with the North American youth esports body XP League. As a result of this deal, Gamplan’s educational content will be made readily available to all XP League franchisees.

Coaches of XP League teams will also utilize Gameplan. This platform will be used to create training schedules for players while tracking the progress of students that participate in esports competitions.

“We are thrilled about our new partnership with XP League, who will be using Gameplan to help make esports coaching accessible to anyone,” said Rasmus Sandström, the CEO of Gameplan. “Our core values of helping youth acquire real-life skills such as leadership and teamwork are closely aligned with XP League, and this new partnership will help promote the value of esports to a wider community.”

XP League is a video game competition platform that was created for amateur gamers between the ages of 8 and 15. The privately-held company currently has two main offices in Texas and North Carolina.

(All information was provided by Esports Insider and LinkedIn)

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