The Global Esports Federation (GEF) has partnered with the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, which is a part of Nottingham Trent University. The partnership announcement comes in the build-up to the inaugural Commonwealth Esports Championships, which will begin with qualifiers from August 1st to the 5th, with the main event playing out from the 6th to the 7th.
As part of the agreement, Confetti will serve as “GEF_house,” providing a safe place for the competitors to live and prepare for the upcoming tournament.
“We are delighted to partner with the world-class Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies to create a home this August – our GEF_house for the #CEC2022,” said Paul J. Foster, CEO of the GEF. “It’s a place for our #worldconnected community to thrive, be together, make friends for life, have fun, and importantly, GEF_house is a place to belong. We aim to create a safe, peace-filled, happy place for our community to live, prepare mentally and physically, and keep healthy. It will be something our athletes remember long after the first Commonwealth Esports Championships.”
(All information was provided by TheBusinessDesk)