Wolves Esports partners up with the University of Wolverhampton

The partnership will be a good way for Wolves Esports to display their sim racing team.

The esports organization owned by the Premier League club Wolverhampton WanderersWolves Esports announced its partnership with the University of Wolverhampton. 

The University of Wolverhampton and Wolves Esports will be hosting the 2021 Le Mans Virtual Series virtual party that is a part of the university’s screen school launch. 

Russell Jones, General Manager of Marketing and Commercial Growth at Wolves Esports said, “We are delighted to be partnering with the University of Wolverhampton to host the first-ever live esports event in the city. The is a big deal for the city. The launch of the Screen School showcases the University as a progressive leader in digital education, the event on Saturday 25th September will be a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in esports and/or digital production to come along and witness the behind-the-scenes working of a professional esports team competing at a global event.

The people at the event will be able to interact with Wolverhampton Screen School staff and students and take part in many interactive activities as well. 

Tim Steele, Pro Vice-Chancellor International at the University of Wolverhampton said, “We are so excited to welcome visitors to our brand-new Screen School in support of this fantastic global event as we work in partnership with Wolves Esports, we are always proud to support our local team — especially when they’re competing internationally and putting Wolverhampton on the map and we hope that this will be the first of a number of high-profile events as we look to establish the City of Wolverhampton as a key destination in the developing esports arena.” 

The partnership will be a good way for Wolves Esports to display their sim racing team and interact with the locals which will provide for enhanced outreach within their fanbase as well. 

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