Kowloon, Hong Kong — KJC eSports plans to expand and improve its Southeast Asian operations for 2022 with the recently secured funding in the form of Hong Kong Cyberport’s Creative Micro Fund (CCMF).
“[We] pitched our experiences in hosting and organizing tournaments for Southeast Asia, and as well as the content, such as news & interviews with notable SEA pro players/talents, we produce regularly. We also introduced our plans for 2022, especially on how KJC eSports look to do more for the SEA scene,” Jeffrey Choi, the founder of KJC eSports, revealed as to how KJC eSports secured the funding.
The CCMF is a government-backed program that sponsors high potential digital tech projects and early-stage start-ups with financial assistance and a comprehensive nurturing system to facilitate development in a pre-incubation stage.
Individual and company applicants may apply for this grant. For individual applicants, they must be HKID cardholders. Meanwhile, company applicants must be registered and incorporated in Hong Kong.
“We’re going to use the funding to grow the team and to add more members from all over Southeast Asia to cover more grounds.” Choi stated.
“2022 will be focused on accommodating and providing a platform for tier 2 teams in SEA. This means more events and tournaments. We plan to be a key player in the Southeast Asia region in making the VALORANT scene even healthier.”
About KJC eSports
KJC eSports is a VALORANT esports content hub, community builder, and events & tournament organizer that caters to the Southeast Asian gaming community.
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