FIFAe Finals 2023 was hosted in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from July 6 to July 19, and Globant, a digitally native firm focusing on redefining businesses via creative technology solutions, was a sponsor of the event. This cutting-edge tournament features three exhilarating competitions in one: the FIFAe Club World Cup, the FIFAe World Cup, and the FIFAe Nations Cup. Together, they highlight the absolute top of esports skills. That is such wonderful and exciting news!
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Globant is now a proud supporter of the FIFA World Cup Finals 2023 as part of a long-term agreement with FIFA. This sponsorship will allow Globant to continue to drive the rebirth of the sports business via the use of technology.
Esports transcends boundaries, captivating all genders, cultures, and ages and breathing new life into gaming. At Globant, we pioneer reinvention, forging the future and driving digital transformation to elevate organizations and enhance the global human experience, stated Wanda Weigert, Chief Brand Officer of Globant.
What are your thoughts so far about FIFAe’s development and recent turn of events? How about Globant’s incredible approach of supporting the women’s world cup 2023?
This extraordinary news was made possible as a result of an agreement that Globant and FIFA inked last year, intending to foster the expansion of the FIFA+ network and provide assistance to some of the most prestigious sporting events in the world.
And here’s hoping that there will be much more amazing news concerning the FIFA Finals 2023!
Globant will not only be a sponsor of the FIFAe Finals 2023 but also of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023, the promoter of the FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup 2024, the FIFAe Series in 2024 and 2025, the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup 2024, and the FIFA Under-17 World Cup 2025. All of these sponsorships and promotions will take place after the FIFAe Finals 2023.