ESL Australia is excited to announce our partnership with Mwave, Australia’s leading online computer and accessories store. Mwave will be the official online retailer partner for Season 1 and 2 of the 2018 ESL AU & NZ Championship.
With over 10 years of experience, Mwave are experts in gaming computers and peripherals. The online retailer has backed many local esports projects, and their partnership continues a long-standing support of Australian and New Zealand esports communities.
Andrew Wang, Head of Marketing at Mwave said “With esports growing rapidly in Oceania, the company is pleased to announce our partnership with one of the biggest leagues in the region – ESL AU & NZ Championship. As esport fans ourselves, we are committed in giving players and fans a home for all their tech and hardware needs.”.
“We are incredibly excited to partner with Australia’s largest online tech retailer for our ESL AU & NZ Championships in 2018. Mwave has been a staple name for gamers everywhere across the region as a retailer, and has now cemented its position as one of the major players in Oceanic Esports. With their continued support, we hope to bring the community some of the best content the region has even seen.” Danny Kim, Business Development Manager at ESL.
The ESL AU & NZ Championship will see 16 teams across Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and 8 teams across DOTA 2 compete over the course of a 6 week online season, culminating in a live finals.
MWave is Australia’s leading online tech retailer, and is well-renowned amongst PC enthusiasts and the gaming community. With over 10 years of experience, Mwave has developed a strong reputation in its technical expertise, shopping convenience, and professional customer service. Not only is Mwave a popular online destination for PC consumers, it is also highly regarded by businesses, big and small.
About ESL Australia
ESL Australia, the local division of global electronic sports league tournament organiser ESL, is Australia and New Zealand’s leading esports tournament organiser. ESL Australia features a studio home base in Sydney, Australia, the first ever purpose built esports studio capable of hosting offline events and a live audience. For more information on ESL Australia, current tournaments and more, visit: http://pro.eslgaming.com/anz