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Grow Up eSports becomes Macau WCA representative

Written by Ben Blaschke

Grow uP eSports and Grow uP Gaming have signed a strategic partnership agreement with World Cyber Arena (WCA) to become the organization’s exclusive representatives in Macau and Portugal respectively.

The agreement means that Grow uP eSports and Grow uP Gaming will be responsible for organizing the annual WCA qualifiers in their respective regions to select teams to represent them at the WCA Grand Finals in China each year.

WCA is currently running the World Cyber Arena 2016 Grand Finals in Yinchuan with teams from all around the world competing for a combined prize pool of CNY 200 million in StarCraft II, WarCraft II, Dota 2, Hearthstone, League of Legends and more.

The agreement will include WCA providing support in the way of eSports education and training, prize money, exhibitions and marketing exposure in China.