Gaming and esports company ESE Entertainment has established a partnership with Singaporean technology company Meta.
The deal will see ESE Entertainment become a key partner and operator for Meta, and also start ESE’s expansion into Southeast Asia.
ESE Entertainment has also obtained exclusivity for Meta’s platform in certain parts of Europe. The companies have agreed upon a 50/50 income split on profits that come from aspects of the cooperation.
Konrad Wasiela, CEO of ESE Entertainment, spoke on the deal in a release: “Asia is one of the largest markets in the world for gaming and esports. The partnership with Meta.us is a major step as we enter the Asian market. We are confident this technology expansion will allow us to generate new revenue. One of our main growth drivers is expanding revenue through a scalable technology platform. Our new business partnership with Meta is just one example of how we can expand gaming revenue in the global market.”
Meta’s scalable technology platform has 30,000+ competitive gamer profiles across 25 countries and 18 games, where competitive gamers use Meta to find teammates and compete in tournaments.
This proprietary esports platform allows publishers and sponsors alike to access “over 55,000,000 esports fans” in Southeast Asia, according to a release. Meta was used as the technology platform for the 2019 Southeast Asia Games, in which esports was a medal event.
Alan Chou, CEO and Co-founder of Meta, commented: “We started Meta.us to help in the development and discovery of esports talent. We want to give gamers— regardless of their status or experience— a chance to grow and to go as far as their talent and hard work can take them. Working with ESE Entertainment is a fantastic opportunity for Meta.us to expand our business. The size and power of the esports audience is undeniable, especially in Europe.
“ESE Entertainment, with one of the strongest management teams in Europe, is well positioned to guide us through a major expansion. We look forward to expanding our business relationship with ESE in the future.”
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored piece by ESE Entertainment