South Korea-based Netmarble continues to increase its e-sports competitions and investments for Wolfteam, a competitive game that has been updated for seven years.
Aras Şenyüz, Vice President of EMEA, explained that Netmarble invested a total of $1 million in e-sports in Turkey in this year and that these investments will grow every year.
Şenyüz added that Turkish gamers responded very well to e-sports activities, “we will continue to organize new tournaments to keep Wolfteam excitement alive. In 2018, we plan to organize tournaments in ten cities in Turkey. I think Wolfteam: All-Star will be a big thrill. I wish both teams luck. May the best team win. ”
At the end of each year, Netmarble organizes a major final match among Wolfteam’s best players, and this year’s All Star competition will take place on December 14th.
Players of the Masters and Rookies teams are determined by votes over the internet. The Masters team will be formed from the players who participated in Wolftem Turkey Cup 2017 and made at least to quarter finals. Players in the Rookies team will be selected from the players who stood out among other players and drew attention to themselves.