- VeraEsports gets exclusive tournament and highlights content on its platform
- The platform will beta test its Proof of View technology while broadcasting
- Founder RJ Mark says this is just the start for VeraEsports
VeraEsports recently announced it signed a partnership with Riot Games for the 2022 VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) Asia-Pacific Challengers.
Riot Signs VeraEsports as Partner
VeraEsports is a popular competitive esports and video streaming platform. It has recently revealed that it has become a partner for the 2022 VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) Asia-Pacific Challengers. With this deal, VeraEsports becomes a VCT APAC Challengers’ exclusive content platform and esports partner to Riot Games.
This deal means that the platform will stream match highlights, special features. Users will also have access to a “library of content”. The streaming service will be available in Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
Head Of Esports for Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau, Chris Tran said that this partnership is a symbol of VeraEsports’ growth potential in the region. “We look forward to working with VeraEsports on making VCT APAC even better this year by bringing the very best VCT content to our players and fans across the region,” he added.
What Makes VeraEsports Unique
VeraEsports’ mission is to create new social and economic opportunities for video gamers, teams, tournament organizers, viewers, and brands in the global esports industry.
Layered on Verasity’s blockchain platform, VeraEsports is integrated with the fiat and digital asset economies, which are discussed to be more integrated into gaming as time passes. The company uses its patented Proof of View technology to offer advertisers and sponsors an ecosystem free of fraud from bots and non-human views. This technology will have its beta test during tournament broadcasts.
Founder at VeraEsports RJ Mark said that he is glad that VeraEsports and Riot Games have renewed and enhanced their partnership at the VCT Asia-Pacific Challengers. “Enabling new and breakthrough community experiences is our goal,” he added “and this year we bring even more value through an exclusive VCT content hub on VeraEsports.”
VeraEsports has had quite a successful week. As well as signing with Riot Games, the platform also struck a deal with Axie Infinity. With the former deal, VeraEsports makes a strong statement for the intent of its platform. “We’ve only just scratched the surface on what we can achieve together with Riot Games,” said RJ Mark “and we are excited to bring more value in the future.”