Gaming and sports betting consultancy SCCG Management announced Tuesday that the firm has entered into a business development agreement with Örebro, Sweden-based company, Esports Pulze AB, the parent company of Epulze, to provide commercial strategy, partnership, and sponsorship opportunities within the United States.
Confirming the news Stephen Crystal, Founder, and CEO of SCCG, said: “We are excited to enter into this strategic partnership with Esports Pulze AB and help to grow their presence within the United States. The Epulze.com online community is a tremendous opportunity to bridge casual gamers who live and breathe their favorite esports titles, and the professionals, content producers, influencers, publishers, developers, and co-branding partners who ultimately bring professional opportunities to life.
The esports community, centered around Epulze.com, supports both Tournament play and League activity within server regions in:
- Europe, Singapore, Australia, South America, and the US East Coast for DOTA2
- Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, and South America for CS:GO
- Europe, Asia, North and South America for VALORANT
- Europe, Asia, North and South America for MLBB
- US East, US West, Europe, Oceania, and South America for Rocket League
The esports competition platform is supported worldwide, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with multilingual support for English, Russian, Portuguese and Spanish, covering the top news stories in esports around the world.
Late last month, the worldwide provider of free-to-play gaming products Play Globally announced the appointment of Stephen Crystal to its advisory board, as well as SCCG Management. In that same week, Crystal’s firm appointed Nick Giangreco as VP of Marketing. He founded the mobile app CliquePicks, a social media platform that unites the interactive rivalry of fantasy leagues with sports wagering.