Published on April 22nd, 2014 | by admin
Wargaming and TeSL Announce Cooperation for Wargaming.net League APAC 2014
The two gaming companies join forces to take Asian eSports to the next level
April 22, 2014 – Wargaming today announced the appointment of TeSL as their official broadcasting partner of Wargaming.net League APAC (hereinafter WGL APAC) for 2014. Wargaming has also announced an upgrade of its eSports broadcast service, which will now allow gamers to enjoy WGL Asia in five languages including Chinese, English, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese. This cooperation marks a definitive milestone within the Asian eSports industry.
At a joint press conference held on 22nd April 2014, special guests including Breaker, eScAlpha, Edison the professional anchors, and yoe Flashwolves – the first professional ‘World of Tanks’ eSports team sponsored by WaninBank Corp. in Taiwan – shared their stories from playing ‘World of Tanks’, as well as their expectations for the new WGL season in 2014.
This year, Wargaming and TeSL will bring the most professional broadcasting standards of WGL Asia to more than 10 countries (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan and Australia) in five languages – Chinese, English, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese. This move builds upon Wargaming’s priority to offer the best experience to its players, at the same time supporting TeSL to escalate the standards of Asian eSports to greater heights.
Global eSports players and fans can soon join in the WGL APAC action when the Silver and Golden Series are broadcasted by TeSL. The entire experience will be bolstered by TeSL’s numerous years of expertise in broadcasting, their stable of professional commentators, as well as their excellent production standards. For more details, please find the rules of the WGL APAC below. For further information, please visit the official website of TeSL and Wargaming Asia (http://www.worldoftanks.asia/).