Wolves Esports Partners With North American College League

Wolves Esports has teamed up with the North American Collegiate League, also known as (NACL), to commemorate the launch of the non-profit organization’s 20/21 championship series, which is a result of their recent partnership. The North American Collegiate League is a non-profit esports organization with a league that has over 100 colleges and universities participating as well as over 220 players taking part in the tournaments. Interestingly they also have a stake in the media as well as in the entertainment industry. Furthermore, the North American Collegiate League, on their part, host and stream video game tournament that is streamed in over 24 countries, thus reaching tens of millions of players according to reports in the media.

However, the partnership between Wolves Esports and North American Collegiate League will be duly promoted throughout the 20/21 North American Collegiate League championship series. Furthermore, the series is expected to comprise unilaterally feature a total of four separate gaming tournaments, which are expected to comprise the Rocket League, FIFA 21, PUBG, and Fortnite, thus offering a range of Wolves-related prizes, including an exciting opportunity to try out for professional Wolves Esports teams.

What Does This Mean For Wolves

The general manager for marketing and commercial growth of the Wolves Esports team, Russell Jones, sees the partnership as another exciting project on their esports road map. And envisage that the partnership will take them into the North American market as well as further their business interest in the region.

Jones stated that the partnership with the North American Collegiate League would aid them to extend their influence in the region as well as woo the North American gaming audience through four competitions on their platform. He further stated that the best players that emerge in the tournaments would get the privilege to engage Wolves Esports professional teams. However, it is expected by Wolves Esports that the sessions will help to nurture talented players as well as provide a pathway to professional esports for the players. Wolves Esports have teams in PUBG and FIFA, and they announced last week that they had entered the Rocket League.

Ultimately the Wolves Esports team hopes to get to a wider audience in North America and does see the partnership with the North American Collegiate League as a means to an end. Furthermore, they hope that the partnership will help them to unearth talented players in North America for their professional teams.

What Does This Mean For North American Collegiate League

David Chen, the founder of the North American Collegiate League, enthused that the North American Collegiate League boast the partnership of more than 220 colleges as well as university globally and also offers over 100 online tournaments as well as additional live events. Hence, they are delighted with the partnership as well as excited about the prospect the partnership will offer their league and the players involved in the league.

Finally, they can offer their players an amicable route to professional esports teams competing at the upper echelon of the game.

It’s a Win-Win Situation

Reports making the rounds in the media suggest that Wolves, a Premier League club and heavily involved in esports around the world, ranging from the UK to China, are looking to expand their reach to North America, and the partnership with the North American Collegiate League gives them the leverage for that.

Again the North American Collegiate League is looking to get their players into professional esports teams, and their partnership with Wolves also affords them the leverage for that, thus making the situation a win-win for the two esports firms.

There is no doubt that Wolves Esports is a big name in the industry with the popularity they have garnered in Europe and Asia, notably in the UK and China. Furthermore, the North American Collegiate League boasts a myriad of players that could make the cut in a professional team. Hence, this partnership is not a marriage of convenience but a match made in heaven, and it suits both firms well.

Therefore, don’t expect to see an end to this partnership any time soon because it is a win-win situation for the partners.