North American esports organization Ghost Gaming has announced a partnership with the XP League, a youth esports league. As part of the deal, the parties intend to promote the esports sector among young people in order to grow young talents. In addition, players from the XP League will have the opportunity to represent the club in various disciplines.
Ghost Gaming is the leading professional gaming organization in the region and they share our passion for youth development. We are thrilled to partner with this incredible organization and work together on the careers and development of our children. Such partnerships with professional teams confirm youth esports.
Jay Melamed, XP League CEO
The XP League Hubs will reportedly provide their players with the opportunity to be recognized and represent the Ghost Gaming organization. Special teams from the XP League in the southeastern United States of America will play under the Ghost Gaming Academy tag.
In addition, the partnership agreement includes the organization of joint events, as well as many other activities aimed at involving young people in the esports industry.
The XP League partnership follows the expansion of Ghost Gaming's vision to support mainstream esports in North America. In December last year, the North American organization created a youth training academy, where those who wish can take courses on various professions in the esports industry.