October 1, 2020

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Esports Charts expands Turkish presence through Gaming in Turkey deal

Esports Charts has announced a partnership with Gaming in Turkey – a gaming and esports...

Esports Charts has announced a partnership with Gaming in Turkey – a gaming and esports service provider that operates in Turkey and the MENA region.

This partnership will see Esports Charts, an agency that monitors viewership statistics at esports events, work more actively in Turkey.

Logo credits: Esports Charts, Gaming In Turkey

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Esports Charts has launched a version of its website in Turkish as part of the deal, a similar move that it has done recently through a partnership with Tokyo-based game publisher H2 Interactive.

Igor Krivich, Co-founder of Esports Charts, spoke on the partnership in a release: “Even a naked eye can see the progress of esports in the MENA region, especially in Turkey. We are glad to become a full-fledged participant in the local esports market and will do our best to develop it.”

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This announcement comes after Esports Charts forged partnerships with esports organisations Fnatic, Natus Vincere, Team Liquid, and Alliance earlier this year. In 2019, the agency joined forces with StarLadder and TSM.

Uluç Ali Kırangil, General Manager of Gaming in Turkey, added: “Working as partners together with Esports Charts’ team will be the key to many successful projects and achievements in our region.”

Esports Insider says: It’s great to see Turkey and the MENA region receiving more attention. Hopefully, with this deal, more investment will be made in these areas when more light is shed on esports and its performance.

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