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Epulze and VPgame are aiming to grow grassroots esports in Asia by partnering up and launching exciting new tournaments and events for esports fans and amateur players across the region.

Epulze, a leading esports tournament platform and esports service company based in Sweden, has teamed up with VPgame, the world’s No.1 multi-purpose esports service platform, to organize unique and exciting tournaments and fun for professionals and grassroots tournaments.

The partnership with VPgame aims to grow grassroots esports in and create more content for amateur gamers by combining the functionality and reach of the two esports platforms. The partnership will kick off before the Chinese New Year, on February 8 with a grassroot Dota 2 tournament followed by a special Valentine’s Day event on February 14. In the future tournaments will be added for games such as CS: GO, VALORANT and League of Legends Wild Rift.


“At Epulze our vision is to entertain the world through esports. We have seen a massive user growth in our primary game Dota 2, and as we add more game titles, we find that VPgame is the perfect partner to work within reaching even more esports fans. It is a really great deal to work with people who share the same passion for growing grassroots esports as we do” says Markus Lövgren, Co-Founder and CMO of Epulze.

Since its launch in May 2013, VPgame has accumulated rich and professional tournament data as well as a vast amount of esports news and updates.

“We are glad to be building this partnership with Epulze. Epulze is a currently leading the Dota 2 tournament platform and we share the same goal of growing grassroots esports. In the future, we hope for more parties to join us in building a more integrated global esports ecosystem together.” says Trinity Wu, Head of Marketing at VPgame.


ABOUT EPULZE:

Epulze is a world-leading online platform that strives to be a springboard for amateur players trying to make it in the world of professional esports. The Epulze platform is providing gamers every day with a place to compete in a fun, friendly and exciting environment.

Since the inception of the platform in 2017, it has served over a quarter of a million players participating in over 50.000 online tournaments. Epulze has also produced a wide variety of pro tournaments while also running livestream productions out of their own broadcasting studio.

With the headquarters in Örebro, Sweden, a subsidiary in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and an office in Singapore, as well as regional teams in Kiev, Ukraine and São Paulo, Brazil, their multi-national community includes the whole range of key components. From the grassroots enthusiasts winning and earning their way up to the big leagues, to the hardcore professionals, streamers, and companies that all share the common love for esports and its fantastic communities.

ABOUT VPGAME

VPGAME is a leading integrated esports platform. For millions of esports fans globally they provide various services such as esports news, real-time scores, virtual item exchange, in-game interaction, data/stats analysis service, and more. The website caters to a wide ranging audience from casual gamers to professional players. With the vision of building an esports service ecosystem, VPgame is committed to developing the world’s first esports service platform to fully meet users’ needs in different scenarios and to serving players of mainstream esports games such as Dota 2, LOL, OW, and CS: GO.

VPgame is also the sister organization of the renowned LGD-Gaming, one of the most accomplished esports organizations in China and around the world. Last year, VPgame continued their commitment to the esports scene as they collaborated with one of SEA’s biggest streaming platforms – NimoTV to provide coverage and events during the Mobile Legends Pro League Season 6. These types of collaborations have also extended into many other regions and platforms with companies like Indoesports, BOOM, etc. working alongside VPgame.

For more information, please visit vpgame.com or download the “VPgame” app.


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