Team Queso signs partnership with Twitch and ESPAT
By Bob Garcia
The Spain-based eSports organization is ready to take the industry by storm
Team Queso, an eSports organization out of Spain, wants the whole world to know what it’s up to. It has announced two new partnerships that it expects to help it deliver its message to every corner of the globe quickly, getting ready to make huge contributions through Twitch and digital media licensing provider ESPAT Media. With these deals, it expects to be able to showcase its mobile eSports activity in new ways, with broad and frequent coverage of its movements.
In addition to being able to showcase its activity, Team Queso hopes its involvement with Twitch will bring more mobile eSports content to the forefront of the streaming platform. The organization’s content writers are going to be given Twitch Partner status and receive Twitch homepage placement in order to build bigger mobile eSports communities, and the arrangement will initially be in place until July of next year. Alvaro Buitrago, the co-founder and president of Team Queso, said in a statement, “We are thrilled to be working side by side with Twitch with the objective of activating the mobile community inside the platform. We are a leading team in mobile esports and Twitch is the leading platform in esports and gaming content, I could not think of a better synergy.”
ESPAT is going to gain access to Team Queso’s digital media assets through the second partnership. According to the organization, this will include the syndication of content related to its participation in Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans and PUBG Mobile, which will now be available through ESPAT’s licensing platform. Team Queso is the third eSports entity to sign a partnership with ESPAT, following deals between the media group and Misfits Gaming Group and Talon Esports earlier this month.