GEF And OCA Partner To Maximise Potential Of Esports
The Global Esports Federation (GEF) and the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) have confirmed a partnership, aiming to help develop and promote esports throughout Asia.
The partnership comes with a promise from both parties to celebrate and inspire millions of youth in Asia, building on the many esports players and innovators in technology in the dynamic esports community.
OCA president, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, said he is pleased to partner with GEF to “maximise the potential of esports, for good”.
“The OCA looks forward to working with the Global Esports Federation in serving the youth of Asia,” Sheikh Ahmad said.
“One of the big stories of our time is esports, and the OCA is pleased to join forces with the GEF to maximise the potential of esports, for good,” he said.
GEF president, Chris Chan, added he is looking forward to achieving great things in the realm of esports working with the OCA.
“In partnering with the OCA, driven by the visionary leadership of its president and executive board, we acknowledge the depths and breadth of progressive innovation in this dynamic, youthful continent,” Chan said.
“Together, we will convene a partnership focused on advancing forward-thinking and future-oriented initiatives in service to athletes, players and youth.
“We are grateful to the OCA president and the executive board for their trust and confidence.
“We look forward to doing big things together,” he said.