Riot partners with Australian esports organization ORDRE for TeamFight Tactics esports events

Riot partners with Australian esports organization ORDRE for TeamFight Tactics esports events- ORDER, an Australian esports organization, has announced that it will expand its long-standing association with Riot Games by becoming the official partner of the Oceanic Teamfight Tactics esports scene. Until mid-2023, or until Set Eight, ORDER will have exclusive rights to all TFT esports events in the region. Many in the industry will be relieved to hear this news, as ORDER’s work is seen as the foundation for a vibrant and rapidly growing local esports ecosystem.

According to a press release, the long-term relationship would allow the esports organization to deliver high-quality broadcasts that “better showcase the best players in the region.” In addition, the deal is expected to enable administrative and event staff to provide better experiences for spectators and competitors.

Riot partners with Australian esports organization ORDRE for TeamFight Tactics esports events

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Riot partners with Australian esports organization ORDRE for TeamFight Tactics esports events

“We are pleased to extend the incredibly successful cooperation between ORDER and Riot Games, which began with the very first Oceanic VALORANT Open Ignition series, by committing to host TFT eSports in Oceania until the end.” of Set 8 in 2023. “ said Josh Swift, Events Manager at ORDER.

“After the Galaxies Championship, ORDER has worked hard to develop the competitive environment in Oceania, and we have continued to work hard through Fates and Reckoning to provide competitors with the best possible experience,” he added.

ORDER has given Pacific Island players routes to reach the world stage since arriving in set four, with each winner, Razza and Escha, placing in the top eight at the World Championship since the relationship started.

The Challenger Series event, which is a closed invitation-only tournament where the top 16 ranked players compete for two days to automatically qualify for the Mid-Set Invitational, is the next event in this series. The tournament will run from January 15-16 and feature a prize pool of $ 1,200 AUD. On Twitch, ORDER will cover all of the major events in the Gizmos & Gadgets series.

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