Some of the world’s best esports professional players are looking forward to competing in Abu Dhabi at the BLAST Premier World Final in Abu Dhabi after the teams’ line-up was confirmed for next week’s showpiece event.
A leading global esports professional player believes the UAE is going in the right direction to become a global esports powerhouse and is looking forward to returning to Abu Dhabi to compete in the BLAST Premier World Final.
In a exclusive interview with Games MEA, Andrew Haworth, Director of Production and Operations at BLAST and Commissioner for BLAST Premier talks about holding the BLAST Premier World Final at Abu Dhabi with an aim to elevate the experience even further at this year’s event. Can you share the experience of organising the BLAST Premier World Final and how different is it from other BLAST tournament...[Read More]
A leading esports player believes the first BLAST Premier World Final in Abu Dhabi presents an opportunity to reach out to new audiences and attract people to esports and gaming as one of the elite global esports tournaments got underway on Wednesday.
A former professional Counter-Strike player and esports personality has described the positive impact the industry has had on her and hopes more women in the Middle East can take an interest in it and pursue a career in the future.
Charlotte Kenny, Managing Director of BLAST Premier in conversation with Games MEA talks about her experience and exuberance of venturing into the Middle East to dish out world-class esporting events to one of the fastest growing gaming and esports markets on the planet