Mogul and Avant have teamed up to find the next wave of pro Apex Legends players

Mogul, the esports platform that seamlessly brings together players, game developers and tournament organisers, has partnered with Avant in a bid to find the next generation of Apex Legends pro players.

Having already announced partnerships with Legacy Esports and Melbourne Melee, the partnership with Avant cements Mogul as an important group in Australian Esports. 

Over the next few weeks, Mogul and Avant will run a joint feeder series, hosted on Mogul, to find the best Apex Legends players. The general public can and are encouraged to compete as there are guaranteed Avant contracts up for grabs.

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Avant is one of the biggest esports organisation in Australia and ” operates as their own esports eco-system, investing in, developing and nurturing professional gaming teams and personalities across multiple esports titles.”

According to Mogul and Avant, their partnership will provide benefits for both groups. By working together, they can maximise the potential player numbers and community engagement for these events and thus have a greater chance of securing the best talent.

Mogul Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Jamie Skella, said;

Renowned not only for their performance as a team, but also their acclaimed content and continual pursuit of innovation in this space, I’m excited to be adding Avant and their valued sponsors to our growing list of strategic partners.

We have some great initiatives planned for the region together, as Mogul ready ourselves for the application of this model to key markets around the world, before opening up our partnership program and its mutual commercial benefit to the masses.

Avant Chief Executive Officer, Wesley Collier, said, “The Mogul platform allows us to connect with our fans in a way we that haven’t been able to before. We are really excited to be working with Mogul and running fortnightly competitions on the platform for our current and future fan base with our first competition, The Maxibon Apex Legends Trials.”

Stay tuned for more information on these events. 

Leo Stevenson
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