For the 2020 season, the Australian Esports University League collaborated with the Chatime bubble tea company.
Chatime will take over the role of partners for the league, which comprises over 1,000 students from 35 universities.
Tim Paton, Chatime Australia Marketing Director, presented a joint statement about the partnership: “Chatime is a brand-oriented towards young people with half of our customers under twenty-five, and a third of the students.
“We celebrate curiosity, inclusiveness and fun in Chatime and want to promote similar events and organisations. We want almost everyone to enjoy sports regardless of their gender, strength or size and we can not wait until the games start!”The league promotes on-campus clubs where students compete in structured and governed tournaments on behalf of their universities. In 2020, students will be able to play in CSGO, Dota 2, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Super Smash Bros. Next, and Tekken, seven.
“We are delighted to be partnering with Chatime for the season 2020, which will be our third and largest university year,” said Darren Kwan, Director of the Australian Esports University League. One of our core objectives is to encourage students to have a fun, safe and inclusive university esports ecosystem. The relationship also allows us to offer the Chatime service, which is a cool brand that claims that Australian grassroots esports are the..”