Ooredoo has launched the international gaming platform, Ooredoo Nation – The Gamers’ Land in the Maldives with the aim to enable gaming community in the Maldives and connect them to the endless opportunities of this rapidly budding industry.
The launch of Ooredoo Nation – The Gamers’ Land to the Maldives was announced last night at a special ceremony held at Dharubaaruge, inaugurated by Minister of Tourism, Dr. Abdulla Mausoom at the presence of the management of Ooredoo Maldives and key members of the Maldivian gaming community.
The telecom company said that leveraging on its 5G network and local & international partnerships, Ooredoo Nation aims to bring everything and anything related to gaming all into one platform.
It said that Ooredoo Nation – The Gamers’ Land enables access to a vast array of Gaming Gift Cards for worldwide platforms including iTunes, Nintendo, PlayStation, and more.
Also, Ooredoo said that gamers can directly activate mobile data packs for widely played games such as PUBG, Garena Free Fire, Mobile Legends, Call of Duty, Roblox, and more via www.ooredoonation.mv.
Additionally, Ooredoo Nation will be hosting local & international tournaments for the gamers.
Meanwhile, Ooredoo also announced the first local tournament of Ooredoo Nation, “PUBG Mobile” with an exciting prize pool of MVR 100,000.
It said that a series of PUBG tournaments will be held where participants will be leveling up, increasing their prize pool as they move up the leaderboard. The details of the ongoing tournaments, Leaderboards, and live streams will be available on Ooredoo Nation's official website.
Ooredoo further said that the rapidly growing gaming industry is transforming with technologies such as cloud gaming and AR/VR contributing to the digital economy where gamers can now explore monetization options through various paths.
It said that understanding the endless opportunities, Ooredoo aims to be the industry pioneer and the biggest enabler for the Maldivian gaming community through digital solutions, seamless connectivity, and low latency of its expanding 5G network.