Youth esports franchise brand XP League is looking to expand. As the first-to-market youth esports franchise in North America, the organization aims to help students with an interest in esports further their passion at a competitive level.
“Being the first-to-market in such a growing industry is really exciting for us,” said Jay Melamed, CEO and Brand President of XP League. “The success we’ve witnessed from the franchise model and from the recent tournament has allowed us to share the uniqueness of XP League far and wide. This is about more than just esports. What we teach these kids in the process are character-building tools that will stay with them forever.”
XP League is seeking franchisees who are committed to the same goals and who want to make a positive change in their community. Franchisees don’t need to be an expert in esports or have a ton of familiarity with the industry. The program provides coaching guides and all tournament management is done at the corporate level.
The initial investment for interested franchisees ranges from $37,800 – $73,660. XP League says it plans to sign 25 new franchise agreements by the end of this year.
(All information was provided by Cision PR Newswire)