Aston Villa Gaming Goes Live

Villa Gaming

Aston Villa is excited to reveal the launch of Villa Gaming!

Villa Gaming, an esports platform for gamers of all abilities, is live now for you to play and show your skills.

From launch we are supporting FIFA 21, NBA 2K21 and Rocket League, with more game titles in the pipeline for 2021.

Exclusive prizes are available in our launch tournaments, including a PS5 console and an XBOX Series S console.

Video from YouTube Channel “Aston Villa FC”

The platform, provided by Rival, integrates directly with your PlayStation Network or Xbox Live account and allows scoring to be captured in real time.

You can also link your Twitch account easily, ensuring you stream your gameplay on to the platform and broadcast your tournament progress.

Additionally, you’ll be able to play and earn points which you can redeem on exclusive items in the Villa Gaming store (due 2021).

Rival chief marketing officer Dan Parise said:

“We are proud to power the launch of Aston Villa’s new gaming community. Villa Gaming will be the first Premier League community on the Rival platform, and we are excited about their ambitious plans to engage fans across multiple game titles and tournaments.” 

Dan Parise

Rival provides a first-of-its-kind, enterprise platform solution that empowers companies and organisations to leverage the popularity of gaming and esports to acquire new customers, drive engagement, build a loyal community around their brands and create new revenue streams.

Through its proprietary technology, Rival opens up the thrilling world of gaming to the massive global audience of casual gamers and offers organisations a turnkey, gaming platform to engage that audience with branded virtual tournaments and recreational competitive play.

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