Multi-regional esports organisation Team Liquid and computer hardware company Alienware have announced ‘Good in Gaming’, a new social platform tackling ‘education, empowerment and inclusive competition’.
According to the release, the new platform focuses on four pillars — grow, learn, get equipped, and compete — with each section having its own dedicated activations.
This includes an Alienware and Team Liquid paid internship programme, a Good in Gaming scholarship programme, and the introduction of the Alienware Tournament Series.
Team Liquid’s Alienware Tournament Series is open to gamers of all levels aged 13 and above. The series, which kicks off on June 10th with Fortnite, is open to players in North America, Europe, Brazil, Australia, and New Zealand. The first tournament has a max of 1,000 weekly competitors from each region.
As well as competing for prizes, which range from cash to equipment and apparel, participants aged 17 and over become eligible to apply for Good in Gaming’s scholarship and mentorship programmes.
Team Liquid Chief Business Development Officer Mike Milanov, commented: “In January this year, Team Liquid and Alienware dedicated the next chapter of our partnership towards making a more inclusive and accessible esports industry. Today we are so excited