GamingMalta, together with HYPE, will be at the forefront to encourage and develop innovation for the Esports and Gaming Industry
HYPE Sports Innovation has announced a new partnership with the GamingMalta Foundation, an organisation set up by the Government of Malta and the Malta Gaming Authority tasked with promoting Malta across the iGaming and Gaming community.
As part of the partnership, GamingMalta joined as the host partner of the Esports & Media Vertical within the HYPE Global Virtual Accelerators.
The world of Esports has experienced a record-breaking rise in numbers over recent months and there is plenty of development required moving ahead within the industry, from both the infrastructure and performance aspects. GamingMalta, together with HYPE, will be at the forefront to encourage and develop innovation for the Esports and Gaming Industry.
Commenting on the partnership, GamingMalta COO Ivan Filletti said:
“This partnership with HYPE Sports Innovation affirms Malta’s position as an ideal launchpad for Esports organisations and for innovation in the sector as part of our ‘Home of Gaming Excellence’ mission. Through this partnership we are keen to continue to introduce established Esports companies, start-ups, and key stakeholders to Malta, in order to showcase our growing gaming and Esports ecosystem, share best practices and thought leadership on the innovation front.”
President and Founder of HYPE Sports Innovation, Amir Raveh, said:
“We are delighted to collaborate with GamingMalta! We share a common mission to create a platform for the fast-growing Esports industry that will allow stakeholders to rapidly advance and scale. Especially now, it’s important to invest in the next generation of sports, driving the world economy forward.”
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