Domestic competitions – Soccer Superfly XP http://soccersuperflyxp.com/ Wed, 11 May 2022 00:37:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/favicon-14-150x150.png Domestic competitions – Soccer Superfly XP http://soccersuperflyxp.com/ 32 32 Eight rounds in the first leg of the expanded Champions League from 2024 – NBC10 Philadelphia https://soccersuperflyxp.com/eight-rounds-in-the-first-leg-of-the-expanded-champions-league-from-2024-nbc10-philadelphia/ Wed, 11 May 2022 00:37:24 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/eight-rounds-in-the-first-leg-of-the-expanded-champions-league-from-2024-nbc10-philadelphia/ A reduced first phase of the expanded Champions League in 2024 was approved by UEFA on Tuesday to quell a backlash across Europe. The reformatted group stage has been reduced from 10 rounds to eight, and reserve places for teams based on historical performance have been replaced with a qualification method that rewards the most […]]]>

A reduced first phase of the expanded Champions League in 2024 was approved by UEFA on Tuesday to quell a backlash across Europe.

The reformatted group stage has been reduced from 10 rounds to eight, and reserve places for teams based on historical performance have been replaced with a qualification method that rewards the most recent performing nations in European football.

The stage will further expand from 32 to 36 teams based on a single standings rather than eight groups.

Weeks of discussions involving domestic leagues and clubs took place over the wire on Tuesday to produce the revised format which will see two additional places in the expanded format awarded to the two countries with the highest UEFA rankings based on the results of their teams in European competitions. previous season.

If the system was already in place, it would mean fifth-place England would qualify for the Champions League with an automatic second place for the Netherlands. The team finishing third in the Dutch league would have a chance to participate in the qualifying rounds.

The original plan which drew criticism, particularly among clubs and middle-class fans, would have awarded the two spots to teams with the strongest five-season record in Europe who failed to qualify in their national leagues.

The distribution of the other two expansion places will see an additional team qualify from the fifth-ranked country in Europe – regularly France – and a fifth place for the national champions who do not automatically qualify.

UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin says revisions agreed at an executive committee meeting in Vienna ensure qualification is based on sporting performance.

A radical first plan presented by UEFA in 2019 saw 24 of the 32 Champions League places locked without the need to qualify each year – a largely closed competition that rebel Super League clubs then tried to break. introduce with a failed breakaway last year.

The new format, which was fine-tuned on Tuesday, was initially ratified by UEFA in the turbulent days around the launch of the Super League in April 2021.

“We are confident that the chosen format strikes the right balance,” Čeferin said, “and will improve the competitive balance and generate solid revenue that can be distributed to clubs, leagues and grassroots football across our continent while increasing the appeal and popularity of our club competitions.

The first main leg of the new Champions League features teams taking on eight different opponents, with the top eight automatically qualifying for the knockout stages. .

The allocation of the extra places means, based on England’s current status, they could theoretically have seven teams in the Champions League. This would force English teams to win the Champions League and Europa League without finishing in the Premier League top five.

There will be 10 weeks set aside for European matches in the first league stage from 2024, but only eight will be used for the three UEFA competitions. They will each gain a week of exclusivity to help the Europa League and the Europa Conference League in particular gain more attention, as they also expand to 36 teams based on a single standings.

The current Champions League, made up of 32 teams, produces 96 games in the group stage. Going from 10 to eight games per team will make 64 more games instead of 100 before the round of 16. This would impact UEFA’s revenue forecast increasing by around 40% from the current 3.5 billion euros ($3.8 billion) a year from its club competition.

The Champions League was created in 1992 from the European Cup, which began in 1955 and has been a knockout tournament for most of its existence.

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Newcastle face competition from PSG, Juventus and Milan with all four clubs ‘in talks’ with Lingard https://soccersuperflyxp.com/newcastle-face-competition-from-psg-juventus-and-milan-with-all-four-clubs-in-talks-with-lingard/ Mon, 09 May 2022 10:55:11 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/newcastle-face-competition-from-psg-juventus-and-milan-with-all-four-clubs-in-talks-with-lingard/ Newcastle, Juventus, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain are all said to be “in talks” with Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard. Lingard will be available on a free transfer this summer when his contract at his boyhood club expires. Transfer gossip: Liverpool favorites for French midfielder, Atletico offer escape to Man Utd flop He enjoyed a […]]]>

Newcastle, Juventus, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain are all said to be “in talks” with Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard.

Lingard will be available on a free transfer this summer when his contract at his boyhood club expires.


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He enjoyed a terrific spell on loan at West Ham United in the second half of 2020/21. Despite interest from the Hammers last summer, Lingard opted to stay at Old Trafford to fight for a place in the starting XI.

His departure in the winter transfer window was then blocked, with Newcastle and West Ham keen to sign him on loan.

It has been a difficult last season at Old Trafford for the England international as he has made just four starts in all competitions this season.

After Lingard sat out his last home game as a United player, 29-year-old brother Louie Scott accused the club of not giving it a proper send off.

Scott wrote on Instagram: “Twenty years of sweat and tears of blood, four domestic trophies, three cup final goals, not even a goodbye.

“No wonder it’s the Conference League next year.

“I’ve been there since I was 9 and haven’t even received a shipment.”

There is a lot of interest in Lingard, with many clubs ready to jump at the chance to sign him for free.

According to Daily Mailthe midfielder is ‘in talks’ with four clubs with West Ham not believed to be negotiating a summer deal.

Newcastle are trying to bring Lingard to St James’ Park after failing in their pursuit in January. The Magpies will face stiff competition with Italian giants AC Milan and Juventus also speaking to the player’s representatives.

PSG are also keen and negotiations with two of these clubs are believed to be at an ‘advanced stage’.

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Celtic’s incredible and unprecedented generation of dominance https://soccersuperflyxp.com/celtics-incredible-and-unprecedented-generation-of-dominance/ Sat, 07 May 2022 16:40:00 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/celtics-incredible-and-unprecedented-generation-of-dominance/ Celtic are now champions-elect – it’s not official, the players will try to stay the course, but the Scottish Premiership trophy is coming home. And it really is the home of the championship title when you look at this generation of dominance. Since the turn of the century, 22 full seasons have been played – […]]]>

Celtic are now champions-elect – it’s not official, the players will try to stay the course, but the Scottish Premiership trophy is coming home.

And it really is the home of the championship title when you look at this generation of dominance.

Since the turn of the century, 22 full seasons have been played – Celtic’s last triumph under Ange Postecoglou will make it an incredible 16 in that span, missing just six championships.

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On top of that – in the same period – Celtic have won the Scottish Cup ten times and the Scottish League Cup nine times.

That’s 36 national trophies over a period of 22 years. Really new stuff.

Incredibly, there have been five hat-tricks along the way, only two of them in the previous 50 years after the League Cup was introduced.

No generation of Celtic supporters has enjoyed a greater period of domestic success. Of course, winning the 1967 European Cup still stands above all other feats.

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That’s what rival supporters don’t understand. Last season was not a shift in the balance of power at Glasgow. It was just a blip. Normal service has resumed.

It is now up to Celtic to ensure the club builds from a position of strength, continuing to excel in multiple competitions again next season.

Fortunately, Postecoglou has this mindset. He will be ruthless in his pursuit of improvement and that starts this summer. This is just the beginning.

In other news, “Only you can make winning a championship a failure”; The latest BBC quip from Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou.

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England Essex cricket team fined for racism by official https://soccersuperflyxp.com/england-essex-cricket-team-fined-for-racism-by-official/ Thu, 05 May 2022 19:45:41 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/england-essex-cricket-team-fined-for-racism-by-official/ As the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shakes its male-dominated Indian Premier League (IPL) financial tree, the world’s first privately funded tournament in women’s cricket history has opened in Dubai on May 1. Titled SDG FairBreak Invitational Tournament 2022, it is sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Six teams made up […]]]>

As the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shakes its male-dominated Indian Premier League (IPL) financial tree, the world’s first privately funded tournament in women’s cricket history has opened in Dubai on May 1.

Titled SDG FairBreak Invitational Tournament 2022, it is sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Six teams made up of 90 players from 35 countries will compete over 19 matches until the final on May 15. The inaugural tournament, hosted by Cricket Hong Kong, was to be held there, but the venue had to be moved due to COVID-19. limitations.

Players come from a mix of full member and associate member countries. There were no player auctions. Instead, an organizing committee invited cricketers and then assigned them to one of six teams.

This provides a welcome opportunity for Associate Players to play against and alongside some of the best female cricketers in the world. It also allows players from full member countries to understand the challenges associated players face, as well as appreciate their skills.

Most National Cricket Commissions were happy to allow their players to participate. The CEO of Cricket South Africa saw the involvement of six players as “another sign that South African women’s cricket is a force to be reckoned with”, while four players from the US women’s national team will take part. Five contracted England players have been invited to play and, despite the clash between the tournament and the start of a domestic cup competition, three of them will play in Dubai.

Unfortunately, for obvious reasons, there will be no Afghan players in the tournament, nor any Indian players. The BCCI has not granted any no-objection certificates, which players must obtain from their national council to participate in a national league in another country. The reason given was that the Senior Women’s National T20 Trophy only ended on May 4. With the opening match of the FairBreak tournament only taking place on this day, it’s hard to resist the feeling that the invited Indian players haven’t had a fair break. .

Additionally, there is no matchup with BCCI’s women’s sideshow IPL, a three-team T20 Challenge, scheduled for its fourth edition from May 24-28. Pressure to develop the event has been met with obstruction from the BCCI, who believe there is not enough depth in women’s football in India to warrant further investment at this stage. Others in Indian cricket do not share this view.

BCCI’s lukewarm attitude gives others the opportunity to take the initiative. Before stepping down as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Ramiz Raja was promoting the idea of ​​a Pakistani women’s T20 super league. The introduction of the Hundred in England in 2021 has notably improved opportunities for women, while the Women’s Big Bash League in Australia has completed seven editions.

Before that, in 2013, a few people formed a Women’s International Cricket League (WICL). Its original aim was to provide more opportunities and better pay for female cricketers by attracting the best players in the world in the same way as the men’s IPL. This proposal has not met with the approval of either Cricket Australia or the England and Wales Cricket Board and has not been endorsed by the ICC. Instead, they stressed that they were each promulgating plans to professionalize and develop women’s cricket.

Over the past seven years, cricketing authorities would argue, without a doubt, that a structured set of competitions and pathways of progression has been put in place. Yet a gender pay gap remains. The refutation of the WICL proposals by the cricketing establishment caused its founders to rethink and reset. The WICL concept was abandoned and out of this impasse a vision was developed that people have fair and equal access to succeed in their chosen business, regardless of gender or geographic location. According to the FairBreak concept, cricket is the primary means of pursuing the goal of equality on a global scale.

FairBreak organized individual matches in which female cricketers from full member and associate member countries were brought together. Prior to the pandemic, a four-match tour of England took place in 2019, while annual fixtures were established at Sir Paul Getty Ground in Wormsley in England and Sir Donald Bradman Ground in Bowral in Australia. This latest match was claimed as the first ever women’s T20 match to be broadcast live worldwide. The resumption of these meetings is planned for 2022.

Full live coverage of the SDG FairBreak Invitational 2022 in 142 countries is in place thanks to 14 selected broadcast partners. A combination of traditional broadcasters, new over-the-top media sources and digital-only platforms will maximize content distribution and availability for fans of all ages. In the host territory of the United Arab Emirates, coverage will be provided via Etisalat which will broadcast every match live via eLife and STARZ Play. Spectators can also watch the tournament live at the Dubai International Stadium.

At the end of March 2022, the SDG Impact Fund was announced as the main sponsor of the tournament. The Fund focuses on regenerative philanthropic impact in line with the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The fund is based in the United States and aligns well with FairBreak’s goals and current efforts to grow the game in the United States for both men and women. Healthcare company Gencor will continue to be the title sponsor.

The 2022 tournament represents a significant milestone for both FairBreak’s growth and its efforts to generate more funding, more expertise and more opportunities for women to play cricket. Its focus on equality in sport offers a different angle on the development of women’s cricket by integrating players from ICC full member countries and emerging countries. It appears to be finding a way to co-exist with the institutional bodies vested with the governance of cricket.

All should share a common goal of developing women’s cricket on an equal footing.

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Inside Al Ahly’s crucial meeting with the president https://soccersuperflyxp.com/inside-al-ahlys-crucial-meeting-with-the-president/ Tue, 03 May 2022 14:43:00 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/inside-al-ahlys-crucial-meeting-with-the-president/ Al Ahly president Mahmoud El Khatib recently held a meeting with the players and coaching staff to express his displeasure with the team’s recent performance. The reason for El Khatib’s concern stems from Al Ahly’s dismal run in the Egyptian Premier League which has seen them fail to secure a victory in one of their […]]]>

Al Ahly president Mahmoud El Khatib recently held a meeting with the players and coaching staff to express his displeasure with the team’s recent performance.

The reason for El Khatib’s concern stems from Al Ahly’s dismal run in the Egyptian Premier League which has seen them fail to secure a victory in one of their last four league matches.

According to the club’s official website, ‘Bibo’ revealed he was unhappy with the club’s recent performance and held a meeting with coach Pitso Mosimane and his players.

“The president of Al Ahly told the players that the board provides them with everything they need to succeed and they have already shown this over the past two seasons with the titles they have won. However, he is not happy with the team’s performance in the last few games, which precedes the most important period of the season.

“El Khatib mentioned to the players that they did not show determination and spirit in these matches and they need to bounce back and get back to winning ways, adding that continental success should not affect our performance. in national competitions, the statement read in part.

With the Egyptian giants’ hopes of winning a third consecutive CAF Champions League title still alive and kicking, Bibo has pledged his support for the Red Eagles.

Al Ahly face ES Sétif in the semi-finals of the tournament on Saturday.

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Munster National Rugby | Young Munster Do Cup Double https://soccersuperflyxp.com/munster-national-rugby-young-munster-do-cup-double/ Sun, 01 May 2022 17:03:06 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/munster-national-rugby-young-munster-do-cup-double/ Young Munster won their ninth Bank of Ireland Munster Junior Cup title with a 35-24 victory over Thomond at Takumi Park and with it secured a Cup double in the Senior and Junior competitions, the last achieved by the club in 1984. The winners did all the damage in the first half as they took […]]]>

Young Munster won their ninth Bank of Ireland Munster Junior Cup title with a 35-24 victory over Thomond at Takumi Park and with it secured a Cup double in the Senior and Junior competitions, the last achieved by the club in 1984.

The winners did all the damage in the first half as they took a 28-0 interval lead, but Thomond left himself with too much to do after the break.

A great start from Young Munster saw a break from Luke Fitzgerald set up Donnacha O’Callaghan for a try under the posts and Shane O’Brien converted.

Substitute winger Conor O’Shaughnessy extended ‘The Cookies’ lead with a try after a cross kick and O’Brien converted.

Munster continued to control the game and further tries from Bailey Faloon and Paul Allen, both converted by O’Brien, saw Young Munster lead 28-0 at half-time.

Mike McMahon opened Thomond’s account with a try early in the second half and Adam Guerin converted. A second try from Thomond of Eoghan Sherlock cut the lead to 28-12.

Thomond’s extra pressure was rewarded with a try from Evan O’Connor which Guerin converted, but Young Munster responded with a try from Conor Moloney and Shane O’Brien converted to give ‘The Cookies’ a lead. 35-19 with ten minutes remaining.

Aaron Rice scored a fourth try from Thomond in the dying minutes but it was Young Munster who celebrated on the final whistle.

Thomas: Gary Bateman; Berto Kelly, Eoghan Sherlock, Evan O’Connor, Darragh O’Neill; Adam Guerin, Aaron Rice; Nigel Clancy, Colin Slater, Jordan O’Donnell; Conor Radcliffe, Mike McMahon; Evan Sheehan, Shane Kelly, Kealan O’Shea.

Replacements: Jack O’Shea, Darren Radcliffe, Maksymilian Zerdel, Dean Cronin, Callum Walters.

Young Munster: Jason Kiely; Stephen Lyons, Patrick Ryan, Luke Fitzgerald, Conor Phillips; Shane O’Brien, Donnacha O’Callaghan; Paul Allen, Shane Malone, Colm Skehan; James Horrigan, Craig Hannon; Conor Moloney, Liam Neilan, Bailey Faloon.

Replacements: Kean Sheehy, Gary Hoban, Jack Cosgrave, Aidan Quinlivan, Conor O’Shaughnessy.

Arbitrator: David O’Leary (MAR).

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The football regulator will always make mistakes, just like the referees https://soccersuperflyxp.com/the-football-regulator-will-always-make-mistakes-just-like-the-referees/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 21:30:00 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/the-football-regulator-will-always-make-mistakes-just-like-the-referees/ YES, of course there is good and bad in football. Whether many are cured by a regulator is subject to many doubts. After all, it is possible to give him a different name – a referee. 4 Karren Brady says a football regulator wouldn’t be able to completely prevent mistakesCredit: Getty 4 The judgment that […]]]>

YES, of course there is good and bad in football. Whether many are cured by a regulator is subject to many doubts.

After all, it is possible to give him a different name – a referee.

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The judgment that football should have a regulator was made by a fan-led review led by Tory MP Tracey Crouch.

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This, as you know, has already been pinched but our referees make a lot of mistakes, even with help from multiple midfielders.

Nor would there be anything foolproof about this new bureaucrat, and he won’t come cheap.

The judgment that football should have a regulator was made by a fan-led review led by Tory MP Tracey Crouch.

It contains ten key points and includes an improved test for owners and administrators – and more voices for supporters.

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Indeed, the cost of regular checks on club books, investigations into alleged injustices, limiting player costs to 70% of a club’s revenue, etc., will be enormous.

And the problem is that 70% of Manchester United’s income from Champions League football has given them a decent amount to spend.

Yet 70% of Brentford’s income does not allow them to be competitive. . .

Most of that I suspect will be piled on the Premier League, plus just a bit on the FA.

FA? It is a shocking commentary on the effectiveness of the governing body that the report virtually ignores them.

The government is now planning rapid implementation, but much of it should be greeted as a giant hole in the Wembley pitch. It’s playing with an industry that works better than most and it’s hard to see what football has in common with banks or other financial institutions that also have regulators.

There is, in my view, only one way for a regulator to prevent mismanaged or impoverished clubs from going bankrupt.

And that’s milking the Premier League huge sums of money – also known as chewing the hand that feeds them.

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The case of the Premier League must be made. It has grown from the threadbare top division to one of the biggest domestic competitions in the world.

It has a global following and generates enough revenue to attract football fans and business people to club ownership.

In doing so, he also funnels money to countless good causes, as well as lower level clubs, making him a significant benefactor.

I would not suggest that we allow suspect characters free entry into clubs – owners and agents among them.

But it is also true for many companies for which regulators would be a poison.

Football, however, is both glamorous and successful, with plenty of television and celebrity.

Politicians are bound to find interference irresistible. Some even know the difference between Aston Villa and West Ham.

Now we have to assume that there will be a cost to implement the ten key points.

Control and bureaucracy don’t come cheap, so much so that it could all be in the league of HS2 wasted money.

But we have to remember that the Premier League is the envy of world sport, so why break it up because Bury went bankrupt?

It is staggering that there are 92 full-time professional clubs in England and only Bury has gone out of business.

More would have done if the Prem hadn’t been doling out heaps of cash during Covid.

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And for those who think the Prem should do more, we are already giving £1.6bn to other leagues, grassroots and charity over the next three seasons.

How many more donations can we make without hurting the elite themselves?

The logic is flawed – why should Norwich, for example, give more money to Stoke, whose owners are worth £7billion?

And one of the big problems with the proposed test for admins and owners is that the ones you might want to exclude are already there.

How to eradicate them? More work for the regulator, I presume?

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Ramos: I have a point to prove at PSG https://soccersuperflyxp.com/ramos-i-have-a-point-to-prove-at-psg/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 22:32:02 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/ramos-i-have-a-point-to-prove-at-psg/ Sergio Ramos believes he has a point to prove at Paris Saint-Germain after a frustrating first season at Parc des Princes. The veteran defender arrived from Real Madrid on a major free contract from the Ligue 1 giants, alongside Barcelona rival Lionel Messi and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. But while the other two have played […]]]>

Sergio Ramos believes he has a point to prove at Paris Saint-Germain after a frustrating first season at Parc des Princes.

The veteran defender arrived from Real Madrid on a major free contract from the Ligue 1 giants, alongside Barcelona rival Lionel Messi and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

But while the other two have played steadily on their way to the domestic title, Ramos has seen his chances limited by various factors, with just 10 games in all competitions – and the centre-back admits he has yet to live up to it of his reputation.

What has Ramos said about his PSG career so far?

Reflecting on his struggles so far to live up to the fanfare of his arrival after a tough injury campaign, the Spaniard assured supporters he was still intent on showing them why he came to the Princes Park.

“I spent [too] a few hours on the pitch this season in a PSG jersey,” Ramos said in a video made by the club.

“I’m at the peak of my career and I can’t wait to show my new team, Paris Saint-Germain, how much football I have in me. [My big goal celebration in the 3-0 win at Angers] was a reflection of the sacrifice I had to make.”

What has Ramos said about life at PSG so far?

Elsewhere, the veteran defender commented on the fish-out-of-water situation of swapping Madrid – his longtime home – for a new life in another country, admitting he had faced difficulties in the move, while attributing teammates such as ex-Blancos man Keylor Navas.

“At first it was difficult to adapt,” he added. “I was at another club for many years, where you had everything under control, the club, the house, the children’s school. It was not so easy to get to such a spectacular city like Paris. It was difficult for us to find a home.

“As for the team, the adaptation was quick because I knew some players, like Keylor Navas. We had an extraordinary and unique relationship at Real Madrid and having coincided here with him made everything so much easier. It’s good to change, to value what you’ve been through and what you know.You get a bigger picture.

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GoodGameNation signs Viral Fission to lead India’s largest college esports competition with INR 3 crore in cash prizes https://soccersuperflyxp.com/goodgamenation-signs-viral-fission-to-lead-indias-largest-college-esports-competition-with-inr-3-crore-in-cash-prizes/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 07:26:00 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/goodgamenation-signs-viral-fission-to-lead-indias-largest-college-esports-competition-with-inr-3-crore-in-cash-prizes/ Exclusive partnership to create campus communities in 3000 colleges over 3 years; to include coaching and career opportunities for the best Mumbai, India, April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Viral Fission, from Asia the largest GenZ community, today announced that it has signed a multi-year contract with GoodGameNation (GG Nation), india first and only esports-as-a-service platform, […]]]>

Exclusive partnership to create campus communities in 3000 colleges over 3 years; to include coaching and career opportunities for the best

Mumbai, India, April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Viral Fission, from Asia the largest GenZ community, today announced that it has signed a multi-year contract with GoodGameNation (GG Nation), india first and only esports-as-a-service platform, to create india largest esports championship and transform gaming from a hobby into a lucrative career option for millions of Indian student gamers by building gaming clubs and gaming communities on campuses across India.

Esports is the fastest growing sport in the world and is the competitive format of video gaming. It is now a medal-winning sport at the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games; electronic sports are also being considered for the Olympics. Finding and attracting gaming talent that can represent India on the global stage, GoodGameNation has also announced plans to pay out INR 3 crore in cash prizes.

Over a three-year period, this merger plans to attract 100 million players and organize more than 16,000 intra-college and 10 national-level esports tournaments.

Speaking of the vision of the partnership, Animesh PandeGoodGameNation’s Head of Marketing, Community and Content, said:We are excited to partner with Viral Fission to amplify our efforts in campus esports at India. Viral Fission’s track record of youth activation for some of the biggest brands in the world was a big factor in selecting GoodGameNation to amplify our campus esports efforts. At GoodGameNation, we truly believe in the power of esports and its ability to bring communities together.

The Federation of Electronic Sports Associations of India (FEAI), the country’s umbrella body for esports, says that india the esports industry will affect RNI 1100 crores by FY25. This association will provide unique opportunities for student players across the country to grow in the game through mentorship programs and engagement with their peers. “With this partnership, we strive to continue our mission to build the most holistic and comprehensive ecosystem of gamers in the country by creating a platform for them to compete on many levels, develop and potentially even explore a full-time career in this fast-growing industry. Our dream, however, is to create esports athletes who could represent India to international tournaments and bring glory to Bharat,he further added.

As part of this partnership, campus-based gaming clubs and gaming communities will be created on all campuses to provide student gaming opportunities to compete in state and national esports competitions. These clubs will also be an inclusive space for game enthusiasts, game developers and game streamers to cultivate a sense of belonging. They will further act as a catalyst for brands to host various mobile, console and PC gaming competitions in over 3,000 colleges across the country.

Speaking of this partnership, Umang GandhiProduct Manager at Viral Fission, mentioned, “We believe in fostering communities and creating community experiences to foster and nurture the next generation. Gaming is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, providing many opportunities for young minds “Through our partnership with GG Nation, we are excited to be part of the global gaming boom and bring gaming-focused nano-communities within campus ecosystems. This will truly create a unique experience for young people and foster gaming culture at the local level. We aim to unlock opportunities for young people to jump aboard this wagon and build a lucrative future in the gaming industry.”

About Viral Fission

Viral Fission was founded in November 2019 with a vision to bridge the gap between india energetic young people and the brands they love. The central thought is an inspiration drawn by the founders from their own academic experience and learning. The company aims to redefine the brand’s visibility indicators with/for young people. Viral Fission offers a community network of young people who co-create unparalleled brand experiences.

Website: https://www.viralfission.com/

About GoodGameNation

GoodGameNation (GGNation) is india first and only provider of esports as a service for student players in high schools and colleges. GGNation offers a holistic and structured esports program that includes competitions at institutional, national, regional and national levels, coaching of professional players and teams and career opportunities for the best players in each schedule. annual. GGNation was founded in 2021 by Abhinandese Balasubramanian, ex-founder of Racing Promotions, majority acquired in 2021, and Hariansh Nagpal, director of Rosmerta Group of Companies. GGNation already has on-campus gaming clubs at 100 colleges across Indiaand has hosted over 500 tournaments to date.

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first title outside Barça https://soccersuperflyxp.com/first-title-outside-barca/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 11:08:26 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/first-title-outside-barca/ One thing that will never change over the years is that Lionel Messi is a born winner. Despite the fact that the Argentinian was intensely criticized for its performance decline since his arrival at PSG, the ‘Pulga’ has added a new trophy to his collection. This time it’s the League 1 title. He marks his […]]]>

One thing that will never change over the years is that Lionel Messi is a born winner. Despite the fact that the Argentinian was intensely criticized for its performance decline since his arrival at PSG, the ‘Pulga’ has added a new trophy to his collection. This time it’s the League 1 title.

He marks his 39th career trophyplacing him only three titles behind his good friend Dani Alves, who currently has 42 pieces of silverware to his name. However, this most recent trophy by Messi will be remembered as much by the player himself as it is by football fans, especially the Barcelona faithful.

It’s because he marks Leo Messi’s first-ever title outside of Barcelona, something that seemed incomprehensible for years. The numbers the Argentine star generated in his first season at the Parc des Princes have was not as impressive as first hoped.

He just accumulated nine goals in all competitions (four in the league), although his tally of assists makes it easier to read 13. Only Mbappé has done more this season.

Despite being knocked out of the Champions League, PSG won their usual domestic title again. Messi is used to this feat as he has lifted a total of ten league titles with Barcelona. He is undoubtedly a king of the domestic leagues.

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