Power League Gaming unveils 10,000-square-foot facility

Dubai-based esports and gaming firm Power League Gaming (PLG) has revealed its 10,000 square-foot manufacturing facility.
The studio will likely be used for branded content material creation, manufacturing and dwell broadcasts within the MENA area. 
Pictured: PLG’s manufacturing studio in Dubai. Credit: PLG
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Mathew Pickering, CEO of Power League Gaming, commented: “PLG has been on the forefront of the gaming and esports sector within the MENA area for the previous decade and the corporate is answerable for the area’s most formidable associated activations.
“It is what has shaped our deep understanding of what resonates with Arabic gaming audiences, and what has powered us to launch the area’s first manufacturing studio that can play an integral half in manufacturing and growth of the sector within the MENA area.” 
According to the discharge, the studio was designed to ‘ship excellent esports and gaming content material for regional and international audiences’. 
According to a launch, the facility is provided with 360-degree manufacturing options with high-quality broadcasting {hardware} and IT infrastructure. Moreover, it includes a café from the place spectators can view dwell broadcasts and occasions.

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“The PLG studio has already produced activations such because the KFC MENA Cup (PUBG Mobile) and the Adidas Elite 32 (FIFA) and has developed content material for manufacturers akin to Lenovo and NAMSHI, which we proceed to be very happy with,” added Pickering. 
“Our studio facility and unmatched business relationships with main publishers imply that we will supply the newest and most sought-after associations for manufacturers who’re looking for to include gaming into their advertising and marketing methods.”
The studio is reportedly already being utilized by the likes of Adidas, KFC, and Lenovo. 
Esports Insider says: Power League Gaming claims to be devoted to growing esports and gaming within the Middle East area, and this transfer displays that dedication. Hopefully, the facility will assist carry esports nearer to MENA’s audiences.
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