Esports and Gaming Streaming Platform sprout Announces partnership with Export Organization of India godlike eSports,
In the partnership, Router will receive exclusive streaming rights for GodLike Esports teams and content creators. Rutgers will also sponsor GodLike’s esports teams. Both sides did not disclose the details of the deal.
Image credit: Rooter.gg / GodLike Esports
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The scale of the partnership was not disclosed by the two companies, however, Rutgers shared via LinkedIn that more than 35 GodLike creators, athletes and influencers will stream exclusively to Rutgers.
GodLike is one of the largest export organizations in India. The organization has rosters in Battlegrounds Mobile India, Call of Duty Mobile and Valorant. Earlier this year, the organization finished 13th in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021: Grand Final.
While talking to The Economic Times in India, Rutgers CEO Piyush Kumar Said that the deal is one of the largest ever done by the company. The partnership with GodLike is also part of Rutgers’ plan to invest in the Indian esports industry.
Along with GodLike, the platform recently partnered with tournament organizer SkySports. Also, Rutgers recently signed professional cricketer Riyan Parag as a content creator.
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Amar Sanjay Chandgude, Director, Godlike Esports, Commented: “GodLike is known for discovering and nurturing gaming talent across India. They have built India’s leading teams in BGMI, Free Fire and Codm. The team is on a mission to build the most successful esports ecosystem the world has ever seen. We are thrilled to partner with Rutgers.”
Esports Insider says: The Indian esports industry is growing very fast, and Rutgers is one of those companies investing heavily in its growth. GodLike Esports is a well-known player in the regional mobile esports space, and having exclusive rights to all of its content is sure to draw more attention to the router.
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