The Simplicity Esports and Gaming Company reported that it has signed an agreement to produce some $250,000 in proceeds to plan, design and create a sports gaming centre on 3130 N Downer Ave at Milwaukee, WI.
Commercial building owners have contacted Simplicity Esports to increase the value of their sports facilities, directly across the street from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In the first calendar quarter of 2021, the gaming centre is scheduled to open to the public.
“It is expected to be the first of many contracts for advising sports organisers to address planning, the design and the development needs for new independent sports gaming centres to capitalise on the growth of sports through the opening of sports gaming centres,” said Simplicity Esports President Roman Franklin.” In particular, since COVID-19 vaccines are widespread and government-mandated lock-downs are lifted in 2021, we expect demand for our consultation services to accelerate.”
FATE Esports has designated its new data provider for the calculation of its sponsorship properties, Shikenso Analytics as the German research company.
The study by Shikenso will provide insight into FATE’s current sponsoring activities and its social-mediation and streaming channel results, which enables the esports organization, both for established and prospective sponsors, to take strategic decisions.
According to this release, the collaboration should highlight the possibility that sponsors will collaborate with the sports organization in the Middle East.
Arwin Fallah, CEO of Shikenso GmbH, commented: “We are excited to see the need for a solution that is not only high up, but also more important for strive and growing organizations, as one of our tasks is to further professionalize the sports and gaming industry.
“We are pleased to use FATE as our first partner in the MENA region to meet their specific needs and to help them manage and analyze their sponsorship assets.”
FATE’s latest collaborations with HyperX and Orange were followed by the collaboration earlier this year. In addition, the company recently announced its own Jordan-based Esport Training Center.
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The company which participated in various game titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PUBG Mobile, and Tekken, is committed to improving its strategic and corporate role in 2021.
“Shikenso’s AI technology allows us to get a deep look at our on-line live public and to maximize the sponsors’ visibility,” added Mohammed Majali, Founding partner for FATE Esports.
“We will deepen the metrics and optimize exposure during live broadcast matches today with Shikenso. The relationship is what we look forward to.”