London-based organisation Fnatic has entered a long-term partnership with Indian streaming platform Loco.
The partnership will focus on the creation of content surrounding Fnatic’s PUBG Mobile players and other Indian content creators.
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According to the announcement, the objective of the deal is to create “unique esports content” and will include tournaments and various live streams with the organisation’s Indian PUBG Mobile roster.
Anirudh Pandita, Founder of Loco, spoke on the partnership in a release: “Fnatic and Pocket Aces share a common vision of building a sustainable esports ecosystem in India. We want to provide Indian esports and gaming fans world-class gaming entertainment across formats, and this partnership will ensure that this shared vision is realized very soon. Fnatic has made a strong commitment to Indian gaming, and as the home of Indian gaming, we are delighted to welcome them!”
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This isn’t the first time the two parties have collaborated.
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