GosuGamers named esports media partner for 32nd SEA Games

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Esports media company GosuGamers has reached an agreement with the Vietnam Recreational And Electronc Sport Association (VIRESA) for the upcoming Southeast Asian Games.

GosuGamers has become the event’s official media partner, providing information and content to viewers and followers of SEA Games’ esports segment.

Founded in 2002, GosuGamers has worked with numerous partners in the past – most of which are based in Asia. Notably, GosuGamers is a partner of the Global Esports Games, as well as a partner of Fulcrum Esports, with whom it works on grassroots esports in the Philippines.

According to a release, GosuGamers will report on match results, broadcast information and provide the latest news regarding SEA Games’ esports tournaments. The company will also produce content showcasing notable esports players from the region. The unnamed content series will be published on GosuGamers’ website and social media channels.

The esports category for the 32nd SEA Games will include VALORANT, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (womens and mens), PUBG Mobile, League of Legends: Wild Rift, CrossFire and Attack Online 2. 

The latest edition of the tournament which took place in 2021, featured a different roster of title. Notably, League of Legends, Fifa Online and Free Fire are absent from the event.

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CEO of GosuGamers, Samson Oh, commented on the partnership: “We are honoured to be the official media partner of esports for the second year consecutively for the SEA Games, which allows us to provide full support for the emerging esports scene in Cambodia.

“We are also ecstatic to be able to contribute directly to developing Southeast Asia’s esports ecosystem and will aim to continue to do so with every potential opportunity.”

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.