Indian esports organisation GodLike Esports has secured a partnership with Indian fan engagement startup STAN.
STAN will present GodLike followers with non-NFT digital collectibles. Furthermore, the 2 firms will collaborate on activations and fan experiences.
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GodLike Esports is among the hottest esports organisations in India. The organisation has rosters in Battlegrounds Cell India, Name of Obligation Cell and VALORANT. GodLike Esports additionally owns GodLike Bootcamp, the most important gaming and esports facility in India.
The partnership was facilitated by Numen Esports And Gaming, a brand new Indian expertise administration and content material company. GodLike is the primary main esports organisation to signal with the model, and the partnership with STAN can be the primary one brokered by Numen.
Earlier this 12 months, the organisation partnered with streaming platform Rooter to offer followers with unique content material by way of the platform. In 2020, GodLike notably teamed up with Hong Kong esports organisation Nova Esports to collectively discipline a PUBG Cell workforce, nonetheless, the workforce disbanded following PUBG Cell’s ban in India afterward within the 12 months.
GodLike Esports and STAN famous in a launch that the principle objective of the partnership is to ‘construct an ecosystem for followers to attach with the workforce’, in addition to present companies which are fascinating to GodLike’s fan base. The 2 entities didn’t disclose any monetary particulars of the partnership.
Talking in regards to the partnership, Nauman Mulla, STAN’s Co-Founder & COO, commented: “Coming into right into a strategic partnership with the most important group in India, GodLike Esports, was a no brainer for us at STAN, as need to give entry to all of the GodLike superfans, all of that STAN is providing. We intention to work with all the main stakeholders on this esports ecosystem, which is why we’re very enthusiastic about this partnership.”