FATE Esports announces sponsorship agreement with Aqaba Digital Hub

07 February 2024


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Jordanian esports organisation FATE Esports has secured a sponsorship deal with internet solutions provider Aqaba Digital Hub (ADH).

Looking to elevate player performance, ADH will deliver connectivity services to FATE’s facility in Amman, Jordan.

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With the partnership, ADH aims to support the development of the esports industry in the Middle East while enhancing its own brand visibility. The company’s logo will be featured on FATE’s jerseys as well as across the organisation’s social media channels. Further announcements will follow throughout the year.

FATE Esports is an esports organisation operating within the MENA region and globally. Since its foundation in 2017, the company has created competitive rosters in titles such as Tekken, VALORANT, eFootball and EA Sports FC.

In the past, FATE has worked with partners including HyperX and Shikenso Analytics. Moreover, the organisation has launched a fan engagement app with SportsTech company Blocksport and an esports training facility with Orange Telecom Jordan.

Headquartered in Aqaba, Jordan, Aqaba Digital Hub specialises in connectivity solutions across the Middle East, including cloud platforms and VSAT solutions. As a landing station for subsea cables, the hub also brings vast internet capacities to the region.

Connectivity specialists, such as ADH, continue to be valuable partners within the esports industry. Telecommunications company Verizon has been involved with several esports teams and events for years. The company has worked with the likes of Riot Games, FaZe Clan, and Team Liquid.

More recently, esports organisations British Esports partnered with RUCKUS Networks while the Dota 2 Bali Major teamed up with BizNet.

Mohammad Majali, CEO of FATE Esports, commented on the collaboration with ADH: “With Aqaba Digital Hub’s state-of-the-art internet and infrastructure we are making history as the first Esports organization in the world to compete from the Middle East to European servers at 30ms+ latency.

“This gives our players and teams a great advantage and opens new doors for the entire region. We’re very excited for this partnership.” 

Lea Maas
Lea is a business student with too many passions and too little time. In addition to missing her shots in Valorant, she spends her free time advocating for mental health awareness and fostering inclusive esports communities.