UAE & MSE Connect Gamers Globally


The UAE Embassy in Washington, DC has partnered with MSE to connect esports enthusiasts from the US, UAE and around the globe.

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Coming Soon: UAE-USA United, Wizards District Gaming Hold A Virtual NBA 2K Coaching Clinic

Coming Soon: UAE-USA United, Wizards District Gaming Hold A Virtual NBA 2K Coaching Clinic

Monumental Sports & Entertainment, UAE Launch Global Esports Partnership
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This innovative partnership aims to increase cultural understanding while harnessing the energy and creativity of the worldwide gaming community.

The NBA 2K League 2020 season is underway with UAE-USA United named a presenting partner of Wizards District Gaming. Get the latest league news on Twitter and Instagram and watch weekly games live on Twitch.

UAE-USA United was proud to present a special Caps Gaming series as the Caps “virtually” played out their 2020 season on NHL 20. You can follow the latest with Caps Gaming on Twitch, Twitter and Instagram.

VIRTUAL CLINIC OPPORTUNITY: Looking to raise your NBA 2K game? Later this month, UAE-USA United & MSE will jointly host a virtual NBA 2K clinic featuring the coach of Wizards DG! Whether you’re watching from the US, the UAE or somewhere in between, submit your questions for a chance to learn from the pros! Ask your questions here: Clinic Question Form

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About Esports in the UAE

The UAE is fast becoming a hub for esports in the Middle East, a region where 65 percent of the population is under 30 and excitement about gaming is on the rise. Regional esports leaders like Power League Gaming and Nasr Esports are based in the UAE, and the nation has unveiled ambitious plans for a new stadium and a constant stream of events and tournaments.

In February 2020, the UAE hosted the GirlGamer World Finals, welcoming athletes from around the globe to the world’s largest female gaming festival. Contestants duked it out in League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. And in October 2019, the UK’s Insomnia gaming festival came to the Middle East for the first time, giving gamers in the UAE a chance to compete in tournaments, enjoy DJ sets and dabble in VR gaming.

These festivals come on the heels of the 2018 announcement of the construction of Dubai X-Stadium. The state-of-the-art facility will be the Middle East’s first dedicated esports stadium, establishing the UAE as a destination for top gaming events.

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