In recent years, the world of esports has exploded in popularity, with millions of people tuning in to watch their favorite players compete in a variety of games. As the industry continues to grow, more and more organizations are getting involved in hosting esports tournaments, including NGES.
NGES is a leading esports organization based in Pakistan. Over the years, NGES has collaborated with various brands and universities to host esports tournaments across the country, featuring popular games such as CSGO, PUBGM, Fifa 23, and Valorant.
One of the most notable collaborations was with Fast University, where NGES hosted tournaments for four different games. The event featured competitions in CSGO, PUBGM, Fifa 23, and Valorant, with a prize pool of over Rs. 250,000. The tournament was a huge success, with hundreds of players from across the city taking part and thousands of viewers tuning in to watch the action live.
NGES has also partnered with IBA University for FIFA 23, one of the most popular football games in the world. The tournament attracted players from all over the city, and the finals were held at the university’s campus in Karachi. The event was a great success, with players competing for the prize pool.
Another collaboration was with Salim Habib University for FIFA 23, where NGES hosted a tournament for the game. The event was held at the university’s campus in Karachi and featured players from all around the city.. The competition was intense, and the players fought hard to win the prize pool.
NGES also participated in the Eatstreet festival, a popular food and entertainment festival held in Karachi. The event featured a FIFA 23 tournament, with players from the whole city. The competition was fierce, and the players battled it out for a prize pool of Rs. 25,000.
In conclusion, NGES has been instrumental in promoting esports in Pakistan, collaborating with various brands and universities to host tournaments across the country. The organization’s commitment to esports has helped to create a vibrant community of players and fans, and its partnerships with different brands have allowed for bigger and better tournaments. With NGES at the helm, the future of esports in Pakistan looks bright.