ESPORTS Scotland, a premier Esports events organisation committed to advancing and promoting Esports in Scotland, is delighted to announce its strategic partnership with YoyoTech, the UK’s leading esports arena solutions provider. This ground breaking collaboration is set to revolutionise Esports in Scotland by delivering comprehensive solutions that encompass the planning, design, and creation of extraordinary Esports ventures.
Under this visionary alliance, Yoyotech assumes the role of the official supplier of cutting-edge gaming PCs and state-of-the-art Esports arenas, empowering businesses and educational institutions to establish world-class Esports facilities. Leveraging their vast expertise and advanced technology, YoyoTech ensures unparalleled performance and an immersive gaming experience that will captivate professional gamers and enthusiasts alike.
The synergy between Esports Scotland and Yoyotech is poised to unlock limitless opportunities and shape the future of Esports in Scotland. Through this partnership, they envisage the creation of unforgettable Esports experiences that will enthral audiences, ignite talent development, and nurture the flourishing Esports community across the nation.
“We are thrilled to join forces with YoyoTech and embark on this transformative journey together,” said James Hood, CEO of Esports Scotland. “This partnership represents a milestone in our commitment to cultivating the Esports ecosystem in Scotland and beyond. With Yoyotech cutting-edge technology and our shared passion for Esports, we are confident in our ability to elevate the industry to new heights.”
” Here at YoyoTech, we are absolutely thrilled to be working along James and Esports Scotland” said Benjamin Ogden – Education Sales Manager “It’s been great speaking with James over the last few months, and the passion that he shows for bringing esports alive in Scotland, is brilliant to see. We’ve been lucky enough to design, create and deliver some amazing esports arenas in both England and Northern Ireland so far in our journey, and we can’t wait to venture into Scotland now, alongside ESS.”