WePlay Esports And GRID Esports Extend Partnership

WePlay Esports recently extended its partnership with GRID Esports. This deal will see GRID continue to provide WePlay Esports with its data security services. Additionally, this extension will be focused on the management, monetization, and distribution of video game-related data.

These two organizations have already worked together on several events. This includes broadcasts for the Dota 2 AniMajor that was held in Ukraine as well as the Russian presentation of the 2021 CS:GO Major that was organized by PGL.

“At GRID we are dedicated to building long-lasting relationships with our partners. Working with WePlay Esports exemplifies what it means to have a mutually rewarding partnership. For the past two years, WePlay Esports has elevated its broadcast and improved the interactive experience of esports content,” said Charlie Hanley-Nickolls, the Chief Procurement Officer of GRID Esports. “We are thrilled to continue leveraging WePlay Esports data and providing them with the assets they need to continue to be a leader in broadcast innovation. Their approach to fan engagement is a benchmark for how official esports data can be used as fuel to  grow the industry as a whole.”

WePlay is an esports corporate group that focuses on the organization and broadcasting of both pro and amateur video game competitions. The company was founded in 2012.

(All information was provided by Esports Insider and LinkedIn)

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