Quickfire, Malta’s leading esports organisation is officially rebranding and changing its name to Eden Esports. Eden Leisure Group CEO Simon De Cesare, said: “We’ve decided to take this important rebranding decision with the aim to have Eden Esports become more in line with Eden Leisure Group’s identity and make it align more cohesively with the rest of the Group.”
Eden Leisure Group, Eden Esports’ mother company, is Malta’s largest entertainment provider, with 11 business units all offering services within the industry. The Business units include: the InterContinental Malta and the Holiday Inn Express, Casino Malta, Cynergi Health and Fitness Club, Eden Cinemas, Eden SuperBowl, food beverage outlets such as Paranga, Waterbiscuit and SkyBeach among other interests.
Officially being the group’s latest acquisition as of June 2017, Eden Esports has thrived to become Malta’s leading esports event organiser and content creator.
Their portfolio of events include the Supernova CS:GO Malta, Malta’s first tier-1 esports event, which offered $150,000 to 8 of the best teams in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and obtained over 29 million views. The Malta Esports Forum, Malta’s very first B2B esports event, bringing in some of the esports industry’s foremost thinkers and speakers to discuss various topics of interest. The Hotshot Series, an online CS:GO tournament series for the European continent that obtained over 5 million views and gave out $80,000 over 4 editions. The Nova Series, Malta’s largest LAN party event that has just past its fifth edition.
As for upcoming events, Eden Esports have got planned a European Champion’s Cup, with an online clash of the best teams in Europe as well as the second edition of the Malta Esports Forum.