Islamabad – 16th May 2022: GameBird’s FFPL III Champion team House of Blood (HOB) took part in Free Fire World Series in Santosa, Singapore representing Pakistan amongst 18 other teams from all over the world. On the road to participating the world series, House of Blood won FFCS (Free Fire Champion Series 2020) powered by Telenor, Free Fire Eternal Battle Season 1, and the FFPLIII (Free Fire Pakistan League) season III partnered with GameBird.
“We are proud to establish a platform like GameBird which is enabling the youth of Pakistan not only in the country, but also giving them an opportunity to represent Pakistan and compete against the best. We are committed to further our ambitions and extend the scope of the Esports in Pakistan. This will not only assist in the promotion of the gaming sector but will also motivate our gaming community to further polish their skills and rise in the gaming arena of Pakistan and beyond,” says Areej Khan, Vice President Digital, Telenor Pakistan.
Pakistan’s premier Esports platform GameBird is on a mission to generate a complete E-sports ecosystem in Pakistan by providing players to unleash their potential in the Esports world, from tournaments to viewing parties to broadcasting. GameBird is also providing access to the international gaming arena to Pakistan’s gaming community and is providing a platform and opportunities to youth to enrich their gaming experience. The platform has distributed considerable prize money to participants through Esports tournaments.
About Telenor Pakistan
Telenor Pakistan is 100% owned by Telenor Group and has a footprint spanning throughout the country. With a subscriber base of over 49 million, it is the second largest mobile operator in Pakistan. Telenor launched its operations in Pakistan in 2005 and has a workforce of over 1,600 employees. For more information, please visit: www.telenor.com.pk