ORDER, an Australian esports organization, renews and extends its Oceanic Teamfight Tactics partnership with Riot Games until 2023.
ORDER is a globally recognized and leading team in Australian esports. They have professional teams in League of Legends, CS:GO, and VALORANT, which are the three biggest esports in Australia, in addition to FIFA, Rainbow 6, and Street Fighter V. Through their tireless efforts, they hope to help shape the future of esports not only in Australia but globally.
Due to the continued partnership betweenORDER and Riot Games, ORDER will continue delivering high-quality broadcasts and highlight the top players of the Oceanic region. On top of this, this partnership will enable administration and staff to help deliver more improved and inclusive experiences for fans and competitors.
We’re thrilled to expand the highly successful partnership between ORDER and Riot Games which began with the very first Ignition Series in the Oceanic VALORANT Open, signing on to run TFT esports in Oceania through until the end of Set 8 in 2023. After the Galaxies Championship, ORDER worked hard to improve the competitive scene in Oceania and across Fates and Reckoning we continued to work hard to bring the best possible experience to competitorsJosh Swift, Head of Events at ORDER
Since November 2021,ORDER has been running the TFT Oceanic Gizmos and Gadgets Series and will continue promoting TFT and events in the future.
Over the past two sets, we have seen an incredible reaction from the Oceanic TFT community around the competitions that ORDER have organised as part of our global ecosystem. We are excited to continue our partnership with ORDER through at least Set 8 and look forward to seeing a competitor from Oceania capture the World Championship in the near future.Derek Dennis, NA & OCE Competitive TFT Lead at Riot Games.
This is an exciting partnership for OCE fans as it solidifies Teamfight Tactics as an esports in the Oceanic region and offers opportunities for aspiring players.