Global Esports and S8UL, two major Indian organizations, have announced a strategic partnership that will combine their PC Gaming, Esports, and content expertise to flourish the Indian Valorant ecosystem. Both organizations will look to make their presence felt and solidify Valorant's footprint in the country, starting with VCT LOCK//IN 2023, in which Global Esports will be playing as a partnered team.
“We are thrilled to be joining forces with S8UL, to create even more unexpected connections, and give our audiences authentic and memorable esports experiences like never before. This partnership will help us achieve our shared vision of creating a thriving and supportive gaming community in India,” said Dr. Rushindra Sinha, CEO of Global Esports.
S8UL x GEhttps://t.co/DHELTckbu4pic.twitter.com/IQ9h9d1Ups— Global Esports (@GlobalEsportsIn) February 7, 2023
On the other hand, S8UL has a strong content creation team, and the organization has also been nominated “Content Group of the Year” in “Esports Awards 2022.”
"With what GE has already achieved in PC Gaming combined with what we have done in Mobile Gaming & Gaming Content between 8bit, Soul & S8UL, this collab makes us quite a force in the industry. With this, our shared aim is to scale new heights, especially for Valorant in India, which includes expanding possibilities for our players and bringing our teams and content under one umbrella." said Lokesh "Goldy" Jain, Co-Founder of S8UL.
Check out our video below, discussing VCT 2023, the future of Valorant Esports, discussing what Riot has in store for the players and fans.