The Bravado expansion with support from its sponsors - Alienware, Intel and Dell Gaming - will include the setting up of bases in South Africa, Egypt, the UAE and Saudi Arabia and will boast a variety of competitive gamers and divisions from across the region while simultaneously working on the lifestyle eco-systems of the Bravado brand.
For the first time in the company’s history, Bravado Gaming will be getting into Valorant. The team will be primarily based in Egypt and will consist of five players and a coach. According to Hadjipaschali, the new squad is highly motivated and passionate to compete at the highest level possible.
Other new divisions include Fortnite, which remains one of the most popular gaming and esports titles ever, Bravado Gaming has now expanded into the division with plans to pick up even more representatives. Its Fortnite roster will span South Africa, Egypt, the UAE and Saudi Arabia. Rocket League, Fifa and Fighting Games are also being introduced into the line-up while League of Legends is also on the cards for implementation.
Bravado has spent the last few years building its content creator eco-system with a holistic goal of creating stories through its regional campaigns, activities, players, coaches, managers and brand as a whole.
“Content creators worldwide are important to us. It's finally time for MENA players to have the proper support, nourishment and leadership to help them tap into their full potential and show the world how much talent there is here. I am extremely looking forward to showcasing what we're capable of bringing to the table,” said Ahmed Mosaad, MENA Division Lead, Bravado Gaming.