Fnatic enters partnership with Indian streaming platform

Fnatic enters partnership with Indian streaming platform

Fnatic enters partnership with Indian streaming platform

Fnatic have entered into a long term partnership with Loco, an Indian streaming platform. The partnership will see Fnatic focus on creating content for an indian audience, they will be focusing on PUBG Mobile content. The deal is set to create “unique esports content” for PUBG Mobile watchers. The partnership will also host tournaments and live streams that will fall under the live streaming platforms schedule.

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Founder of Loco, Anirudh Pandita, spoke on the partnership: “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!”

The Indian Lead at Fnatic, Nimish Raut, commented on the deal: “At Fnatic, we are dedicated to entertaining our fans through content and new formats of gaming. We believe that eSports has the potential to be the top form of entertainment in this country, and these shared thoughts make Pocket Aces and LOCO the perfect partners as we seek to level-up the content play in India.” “As a pioneer in the digital content space, Pocket Aces has a history of building entertainment channels from scratch and working with some of the best talents. We are thrilled to be working with LOCO to build the future of eSports and entertainment together.”

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