ESL joins forces with NetEase for Marvel Super War esports


ESL Australiathe Australian arm of the tournament organizers ESLhas entered into a partnership with a Chinese internet technology company NetEase.

As part of the partnership, both parties will collaborate on the mobile MOBA title Marvel Super War, which was recently released in Australia and New Zealand.

Marvel Super War ESL NetEase
Photo credit: NetEase

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ESL will host two online tournaments as part of the MARVEL Super War launch in Australia, while NetEase will host dedicated Australian servers to give players the best possible online experience to compete on.

Ben Green, publisher development lead at ESL, commented on the collaboration: “Being able to work with NetEase on such a well-known IP is a huge opportunity for us here at ESL. Our goal is to fill the gaps in the mobile esports ecosystem that may have been missing before and give gamers on all platforms the opportunity to get started in mobile esports.”

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To promote the tournament, ESL is also working with Australian content creators to create a range of content including tips and tricks for competitive play. Marvel Super War is currently available for download in 13 countries in Southeast Asia.

Esports Insider says: ESL and NetEase combining their expertise to create a fair, competitive environment for Marvel Super War players shortly after launch is a great start for the competitive title. Mobile esports are constantly on the rise and with the backing of a leading tournament organizer the game could become one of the most popular in the region.

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