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Mobies Announces Official Event Partnership With MOGO

The Mobile Gaming Awards has announced a partnership with Indian mobile gaming organization Mobile Global Esports Inc. (MOGO).
Mobies Announces Official Event Partnership With MOGO

The inaugural Mobile Gaming Awards (Mobies) is set to hold its first ever ceremony on July 14, 2023, with awards hosted by multi-Emmy award winning Infinite Reality Studios in Los Angeles, featuring a variety of industry experts, personalities, and more.Previously, the organization revealed that over 1 million votes have already been cast.

Now, the Mobies has announced that MOGO (Mobile Global Esports Inc.) will be an Official Event Partner for the upcoming awards ceremony.  As part of the partnership, MOGO will present the “Mobile Esports Tournament of the Year” award which recognises an event organised for Mobile players that has demonstrated excellence in its production and promotion. 

The Mobies have partnered with MOGO for the inaugural awards ceremony. (Picture: Mobies, MOGO)

Matt “MobileMatt” Rutledge, co-founder of the Mobies, said of the partnership, “It’s great to welcome MOGO to the Mobies family. With our inaugural ceremony on the horizon, it’s incredible to partner with an organisation to help to elevate the community in this ever-growing industry. This moment marks the beginning of a flourishing partnership with an organisation that shares our vision of lifting up talented individuals, organisations, and initiatives in the mobile industry.” 

MOGO is known for its competitive events held in India, alongside developing esports-themed champtionship and trademarked event merchandise for university teams across the country. MOGO has also provided a platform for gamers to showcase their skills on the global stage, such as through the CEX championships. 

Nominees for the first ever Mobies include plenty of known brands and games, including TikTok, Marvel Snap, Pokémon UNITE, and PUBG Mobile. The celebration will also welcome numerous personalities to its guestlist, including YouTuber Tobias “Panda” Näslund and CEO of Fluxo Bruno "Nobru" Goes.

The Mobies will be held on July 14 in Los Angeles. GINX TV will be reporting on the evening's events, along side ESTV Esports TV.