Swarmio Media (CSE: SWRM) this morning made a major announcement. The company has seen the launch of its Ember gaming and esports platform in the Philippines, via one of the largest telecom providers in the country.
The platform this morning was launched with Globe Telecom, whom serves over 85 million customers in the country via mobile and internet service offerings. The company operates the largest mobile network within the Philippines, while also hosting one of the biggest broadband networks within the country, making it the largest telecommunications firm within the island nation.
The launch with Globe Telecom, which will be conducted under the “Globe Gamer Grounds” banner and powered by Ember, comes as a result of an agreement entered into last month with TM Wholesale, whereby the firm indicated it was heavily focused on the ASEAN region. As a result, revenues generated on the Globe platform will see revenue sharing occur amongst the three partners.
“We’re pleased to be collaborating with Swarmio and excited to launch Globe Gamer Grounds powered by Ember. Gaming has become an exceptionally powerful way for people across demographics to compete, socialize and have fun. Globe Gamer Grounds will nurture and grow the grassroots gamer communities in the country. Our partnership with Swarmio will bring the best gaming experience for our customers across the Philippines,” commented Ralph Aligada, the head of global games and esports for Globe Telecom.
Launched this morning via a high profile media event with significant gaming streamers, the platform will enable users to compete in events for a number of major titles, including Mobile Legends, League of Legends, PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty Mobile, and more.
Swarmio Media last traded at $0.16 on the CSE.
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