Global Esports Federation and Peru Partner to Advance Esports and Social Impact

Gaming Staff • April 25, 2024

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The Global Esports Federation (GEF) and the Asociación Deportiva Peruana de Esports (ADPES) have formed a Strategic Framework Agreement (SFA) to advance esports in Peru. The signing of the SFA, which took place at the 2024 Global Esports Tour in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marks a significant milestone in the world of esports. The agreement aims to create a comprehensive Peru Esports strategy that promotes competitive gaming and serves as a tool for societal progress and transformation.

Under the SFA, the ADPES aspires to host the GEF's flagship Global Esports Games and the Global Esports Tour annually from 2024 to 2028, positioning Peru as a key player in the global esports stage and providing opportunities for local talent. The GEF and ADPES share a vision to amplify the transformative power of esports and shape a brighter future for Peru and beyond.

Paul J. Foster, CEO of the GEF, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, emphasizing the commitment to sustainable growth and development that will benefit communities across Peru. Diego Mohme, President of the ADPES, highlighted the potential of esports to create positive social impact, empower youth, encourage inclusivity, and uphold the values of collaboration and unity.

The Global Esports Federation, based in Singapore, promotes the credibility, legitimacy, and prestige of esports through a global event portfolio and strategic partnerships. Together with their partners, the GEF collaborates on a series of Global Social Impact Initiatives (GSII) to create positive social impact. The GEF's mission is inspired by its motto, #worldconnected, and focuses on developing tangible initiatives that serve the world's esports community.

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