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Ajax Esports an Goal partner up to release exclusive FIFA content

Ajax Esports an Goal partner up to release exclusive FIFA content

Ahead of the official release of FIFA21, Ajax Esports and Goal announce their collaboration to bring FIFA content to players worldwide. The joint mission is to be the first organization to launch a broad series of tutorial content which help players to get up to speed with the new FIFA. Release of the tutorials will be shortly after the launch of FIFA21.

The content of the tutorials is not only about the fundamentals of FIFA. It also includes guidance on skill moves, tactics, defending and many other topics. All content will be available in Europe, the United States & Latin America.

Develope FIFA talent
“It is all about inspiring young fans all over the world”, says Mike Nieland, Head of Esports at Ajax. “With the launch of the new FIFA this week, it is the ideal moment to launch a new series of FIFA tutorials for FIFA fans of different skill levels. With their platforms, Goal will help us to bring these videos to millions of fans around the world. Developing talent is something which has been part of Ajax’s DNA for a very long time – something we want to do now and in the future on the virtual pitch as well.”

Watch the tutorials to master FIFA21 the quickest

Paul Rayment, Marketing Manager at Goal: “Gaming plays a key part in how many of our fans enjoy football. Because of this we are dedicated to bringing the best FIFA content we can to the millions of fans who come to our channels each month for our gaming content alone.

“This is why we are delighted to be partnering with Ajax, one of the biggest names in FIFA Esports. Through Goal’s work in esports we are aware that Ajax’s focus on creating stars of the future extends from the real to the virtual pitch and we’re pleased to be able to bring this expertise to our own fans.”


Goal

Goal has covered FIFA and gaming extensively for many years and last year partnerd with FIFA content creator Mike LaBelle for Goal’s FIFA Academy series. Prior to working with LaBelle, Goal begun covering the competitive FIFA scene in 2017 and a year later entered the EA Sports FIFA 19 FIFA Global Series. Across all platforms, Goal reaches more than 100m engaged fans a month.