Any news related to MARVEL is enough to make us feel excited. Its unprecedented success over the years has given us a lot to cheer about. The MARVEL Universe expands from comics to film franchises and from merchandise to video games.
It was not long ago when NetEase Games announced the availability of MARVEL’s first multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game “MARVEL Super War” for Android and iOS users in Australia and New Zealand in July 2020.
Now, fans have got one more reason to rejoice. The world’s largest esports company ESL Australia announced on September 1, 2020, a strategic partnership with NetEase Games to introduce the MARVEL Super War mobile esport in Australia and New Zealand.
Both the MARVEL universe and esports are immensely popular among sports enthusiasts in the region. With this partnership, esport players will get a chance to compete against other players in the region on the servers located in Australia.
To take gamers’ excitement to another level, ESL Australia unveiled two online tournaments for regional players. Players can participate in these competitions by logging into the ESL Play’s official website.
As we know, when a gaming venture is announced, it not only benefits the companies and the players involved but also brings new opportunities for the content creators. To become more popular, a game needs the introduction of new content and constant improvements to the gameplay from time to time.
ESL Australia understands what content creators can bring to the table when it comes to making their game more profitable. So, it decided to collaborate with Australia’s leading content creators.
Content creators play a crucial role in the success of a game and are continuously involved with the game and its content. Under this collaboration, they will spend most of their time creating gameplay videos that will give gamers a better understanding of how the game should be played.
Apart from this, these videos will make players familiar with the superheroes and their unique powers. Also, they will get to learn about new tips and tricks to win the game.
Speaking about the partnership, ESL Australia’s publisher development lead Ben Green said,