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For the first season of the Pro League, Jazz has opened registration; on its new Esports platform GAMENOW ESPORTS. Six well-known video games are in the league; Call of Duty 4, Valorant, PUBG Mobile, FreeFire, and DOTA 2. Cash rewards range from 500,000 to 1,000,000 PKR. Anyone who wants to join the league can join for free; by going to GameNow Esports.
Pro League Season 1 received support from the esports community; and is poised to have the most registered teams of any league in the country. Tournaments will be streamed live on GameNow Esports; official social media accounts, and each match will feature a respected commentator; cast members and competitors. Electronic sports are becoming more and more popular; due to global digitalization and falling prices; for state-of-the-art play equipment.
Rizwan Fazal, Head of Marketing at Jazz, commented on this development saying; “Globally, esports is not a new phenomenon with an estimated market of $3.5 billion by 2027. In Pakistan, the video game industry is expected to generate $208 million; in turnover by 2022. GameNow is a platform created specifically to promote Esport; in the nation by giving young people the opportunity to demonstrate and improve their abilities; so that they can later represent Pakistan in international events. As we offer customers an ecosystem of digital products tailored to their lifestyle preferences; this is an important step in our development as a digital operator.
Additionally, “GameNow Esports” will serve as a virtual hub for regional players; where top streamers and players can interact and engage; in the multiplayer games competition. Additionally, it will make room for premium content such as non-fungible game tokens (NFT); products, discount codes and coupons for gaming sites. Esports teams participating in regional and international competitions; will also receive financial support from GameNow Esports.