Esports World Cup partner clubs to be able to receive annual "six-figure" payouts

The organizers of the Esports World Cup tournament series, previously known under the Gamers8 brand, have launched a program of financial support for clubs that have entered into partnership agreements. The corresponding announcement was made on the official website of the company from Saudi Arabia.

According to the published information, partner clubs that demonstrate high competitive results and ensure social engagement around the tournaments will be able to count on annual "six-figure" annual payouts.

The EWC partnership program will include 28 clubs in total, 22 of which will receive an invitation from the organizers. The holders of the remaining six slots will be determined through a selection process by a special committee in several stages, with any organization showing success at both regional and international levels being able to apply initially.

The Esports World Cup will take place annually and include all of the most popular disciplines. The debut event of the series, where the organizers promise to feature the largest prize pool in history, will be held in the summer of 2024 in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.