Snowball Esports renews META High School Esports partnership for 2021

The renewal follows a successful first year of META coverage.

Snowball is pleased to announce the leading ANZ esports publication has renewed its partnership with the META High School Esports league for 2021, after a successful first year of covering the best high school teams and players across Oceania.

The partnership will see Snowball Esports continue to provide content coverage for the development league, through regular articles about the competition’s results, and ongoing news about the teams and young stars involved in the leagues.

The Snowball x META partnership started in early 2020.

“After a great first year with META, we were of course eager to see more of the same from both sides in the new year,” publication co-founder Andrew Wray said.

“Snowball Esports has always had a goal ⁠— driven by our passionate writers ⁠— to help Australia and New Zealand esports grow to new heights, through ongoing coverage and a look into the pathways to the very top of competitive esports and gaming.

“Renewing with META allows us to continue achieving those goals in 2021.”

META High School Esports will again host competitions in esports titles like League of Legends, Rocket League, and other popular gaming titles.

Last year the development league also ran events in NBA 2K and Fortnite.

META League Commissioner Woody Wu said he was again looking forward to working closely with the Go Next Media team behind Snowball this year.

“Snowball Esports continue to create great content for the local esports scene. We’re proud to continue our partnership with them to help bring the stories from schools and students to life,” Wu said. 

“They will be supporting META in telling the stories of schools around the country to drive forward the awareness and sentiment about gaming and esports in schools.”

As always, Snowball Esports will also continue to provide continued coverage on OCE esports, including the newly-founded League of Legends Circuit: Oceania, the region’s CSGO circuit, the ever-growing competitive Valorant scene, and plenty more.

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Isaac McIntyre
Isaac McIntyre
Isaac McIntyre is Snowball Esports' editor in chief and head of editorial, leading coverage on Oceanic & Asia-Pacific gaming talent at home and abroad.


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