Nova Esports, a mobile esports organisation, has sold its international section to Singapore-based media company HyperLive Entertainment. As a result, HyperLive Entertainment will assume management of Nova’s overseas operations. Additionally, Nova Hyper Esports will be the new name of the division.
Along with a name change and operational control, HyperLive will establish an organization’s Singapore headquarters. In addition to the headquarters, it plans to establish a neighbourhood esports academy in an effort to develop local talent.
With the announcement of this collaboration, Nova Hyper Esports will be seen competing in variety of games such as Honor of Kings, Call of Duty: Mobile, PUBG Mobile, and League of Legends: Wild Rift.
Additionally, the organisation won both the PUBG Mobile Global Championship in 2020 and 2021 as well as the first Wild Rift Icons Global Championship. Also, HyperLive plans to add new rosters in developing nations including Vietnam, Indonesia, and Thailand under the new ownership.
Dr. Sean Wong, CEO of HyperLive Entertainment, spoke on the acquisition: “Esports is an exciting industry that has grown tremendously in recent years and we are delighted to have acquired the international division of Nova Esports.
“We have been very impressed by the exceptional performances of the Nova Esports’ international teams this year and we hope to achieve greater milestones in the future. We also intend to build our presence in Southeast Asia and compete in game titles that are popular in the region.”
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