Amazon University Esports is expanding its presence in Europe to position itself in Germany and France. The university esports competition platform seeks to expand its presence in the old continent, as it was already present in Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom.
With this strategic step, Amazon takes another step towards it The eSports League has made it a leading university environment for e-sports in EuropeNew countries will join in the coming weeks, such as Poland and the Nordic countries.
Amazon University Esports is a competition platform created and operated by GGTech EntertainmentIts expansion aims to promote and support the growth of university tournaments and unify them in each country to create a global environment for the development of university e-sports. A project by which a benchmark competition model has been created that will spread to other continents.
With the entry of these two countries, more college students are watching the Amazon University Sports League across Europe. Until now, Qualifying tournaments in Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom attracted the attention of more than five million viewers Across flowAnd Twitch and Social Networking.
The competition in Spain includes more than 25,000 players, 1,600 teams, and 73 Spanish universities (Including 100% of public universities), with € 80,000 in scholarships, awards and talent program for university students. They compete in League of Legends, Clash Royale, Teamfight Tactics, Legends of Runeterra, Valorant and Brawl Stars and are working to create the Wild Rift, LoL mobile competition. Participation is free for students and universities.
Amazon University Esports has more than 25,000 players in Spain
In the next few days, the second final will begin in each country Split up Of the two in which the sixth season of Amazon University electronic sports was divided, Sponsored by Intel, Omen, McDonalds and Logitech.
Finals winners from different universities in different countries will each represent them at Amazon UEMasters Europe 2021, where ranked teams from more than 900 universities will participate.
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