Power League Gaming, Logitech G partner to launch 'stream school'
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Power League Gaming, Logitech G partner to launch ‘stream school’

Power League Gaming, Logitech G partner to launch ‘stream school’

Stream School aims to assist those who aspire to enter esports and gaming sector by delivering the tools needed to get started

Divsha Bhat
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Power League Gaming (PLG), in partnership with Logitech G will launch a ‘stream school’, an initiative to develop the next generation of streamers.

The school will launch on June 30, 2022 on the PLG’s YouTube and will feature series of six episodes that will take young gamers through the step-by-step process to set them up for success.

Saudi gaming influencer, BodeGamer, will host the series and provide advice on how to become the next big streamer. By providing the resources necessary to launch a successful streaming career, the school hopes to help students who wish to work in this sector.

Dana Zebian, marketing manager – Gaming at Logitech G – GCC said: “Our mission is to enable everyone to experience the joy of play. With our latest initiative, Stream School, we work towards equipping young talent in GCC to pursue their gaming passion. At Logitech G we celebrate gaming and the power of play at every touch point and elevate the voices within our community and partners who do the same”

The goal of this project is to help build a new generation of content creators that can continue to push the boundaries of creativity and performance in gaming content creation. With the esports and gaming industries gaining more recognition in the MENA region, it is crucial that education and youth development also continues to align with new avenues to empower them with the necessary skills to set their careers up for global success, a statement said.

Matthew Pickering, CEO, Power League Gaming, added: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Logitech G to launch PLG’s newest education IP – Stream School, a platform that will influence the future of today’s youth, presenting them an opportunity to learn from the very best streamers in the business and hone their skills in streaming and gaming content creation – the fastest growing media vertical in world.

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