Mobile Global Esports Inc. (MOGO) has announced the launch of its official Campus Ambassadors Program as nearly 140 students have signed on as MOGO campus ambassadors at their respective colleges and universities.
The mobile esports company is known for driving collegiate esports tournaments and team and player development in India. Its ambassadors will help advance their competitive gaming and industry aspirations and create a grassroots collegiate esports outreach network across India.
“The MOGO Campus Ambassador Program is proving to be very popular with students across India seeking more experience within the esports arena,” said Mobile Global Esports CEO Dave Pross. “It’s a phenomenal way to reach gamers within our existing collegiate alliances as well as expand our alliance network as more student-athletes become aware of our program and work to sign their respective institutions into the MOGO tournament network.
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“The Ambassadors are a vital and engaged constituency that we strive to serve in ways that forward their careers and aspirations their collegiate years and beyond. We are building a lasting and replicable template for our collegiate esports network that benefits ambassadors and athletes while building brand awareness, activations and on-campus presence.”
The company’s Campus Ambassadors Program also seeks to help students manage their relationships with esport administrators at their various institutions, coordinate MOGO pop-up arena tournaments and build social media presence by encouraging other students to engage with the platform.
MOGO Chief Gaming Officer Kim Meltzer commented, “Our Campus Ambassador program selects student representatives from universities and colleges all over India eager to learn about organizing, producing and promoting MOGO online and in-person esports tournaments, develop university alliances, and drive social media marketing, engagement and expansion. The student ambassadors get hands-on experience, certifications, internship and job opportunities that will serve them well in their future endeavours within the esports industry.”
Several students from Vellore Institute of Technology, India have commented on the program and how it is helping them grow in their various careers.
Snigdha Deb of VIT Bohpal stated, “I’m pushing boundaries and constantly improving. It’s been a great journey so far, and I have learned a lot of things from my seniors at MOGO, including how to communicate with different people.”
“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be. I am grateful for the opportunities and support that MOGO has provided me,” said Pranav Kumar Vasudeva of VIT Bhopal.