Danone Nations Cup joins forces with Nicecactus

The Danone Nations Cup, a global kids’s soccer event, has introduced a partnership with gaming event and coaching platform Nicecactus.

In consequence, the 2 events will be a part of forces to host a Rocket League event obtainable to gamers in 5 continents.

Picture credit score: Nicecactus, Danone Nations Cup

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The event is a part of the Danone Nations Membership, a web based expertise that mixes bodily train for on-pitch actions and coaching programmes for esports competitions. Nicecactus will function eight regional tournaments in Europe, North Africa, South Africa, Asia, and South America.

Vincent Scius, Venture Director for the Danone Nations Cup, spoke on the deal in a launch: “We’re delighted to work with Nicecactus on this international venture. Nicecactus has the expertise and experience to implement international online game tournaments, however maybe extra importantly, they share the identical imaginative and prescient relating to optimistic messaging to the younger technology.

“Combining sports activities, with esports, and addressing well being, vitamin and wellbeing is a key issue for us on this partnership.”

Nicecactus has continued to develop its operations over the course of 2021. The platform just lately partnered with AJE Group to host numerous tournaments throughout South America and in July, it teamed up with web supplier ZEOP to launch the primary gaming platform in Réunion Island.

Mike Hessabi, Co-founder and President of Nicecactus, added: “Since Soccer is the DNA of the Danone Nations Cup, we’re providing Rocket League as the sport of alternative. It’s a fantastic recreation combining driving with scoring abilities.

“Younger gamers  can practise their soccer abilities on the pitch, then compete on-line in Rocket league tournaments supported by ambassadors like world champions Fairy Peak in addition to main recreation influencers.”

Esports Insider says: With the real-world Nations Cup postponed for 2021 because of the pandemic, it’s nice to see esports that includes in one other digital initiative for kids throughout the globe.

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