Bravado Gaming, a South African multi-gaming organization, and lifestyle brand has announced its expansion into the MEA gaming industry.
This is part of its global expansion commitment aimed at consolidating its regional fanbase and exposing local gamers to a revamped gaming experience.
Supported by sponsors; Alienware, Intel, and Dell Gaming – Bravado will set up bases in South Africa, Egypt, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia and will boast of a wide variety of competitive gamers and divisions from across the region while simultaneously working on the lifestyle eco-systems of the Bravado brand.
“The culture of Bravado Gaming is that of being the best version of yourself. We want to tell inspiring stories to gamers across the globe and we have lived by that tenet from day one, more than 15 years ago and it has brought us incredible success over the years, not only in competing in esports but also in developing minds and introducing people to a whole new world and way of thinking in the gaming and gamification eco-system,” Says Andreas Hadjipaschali, CEO and co-founder of Bravado Gaming.
“With the support of Alienware, Intel, and Dell Gaming we will be taking this call-to-action beyond the borders of just South Africa, by officially expanding Bravado into selected countries within this region.”
Bravado Gaming will also for the first time be getting into Valorant. The team will be primarily based in Egypt and will consist of five players and a coach. According to Hadjipaschali, the new squad is highly motivated and passionate to compete at the highest level possible.
Other new divisions include Fortnite, its Fortnite roster will span South Africa, Egypt, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia. Rocket League, Fifa, and more with Fighting Games and League of Legends also on the cards for implementation.
Bravado has spent the last few years building its content creator eco-system with a holistic goal of creating stories through its regional campaigns, activities, players, coaches, managers, and brand as a whole.
“Content creators worldwide are important to us. It’s finally time for MENA players to have the proper support, nourishment, and leadership to help them tap into their full potential and show the world how much talent there is here. I am extremely looking forward to showcasing what we’re capable of bringing to the table,” said Ahmed Mosaad, MENA Division Lead, Bravado Gaming.