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Foodpanda launches esports docuseries with One Esports

Viewers get a behind-the-scenes look from inside the “bubble” at the Fairmont hotel in Singapore

Foodpanda has partnered with One Esports to create a multi-part docuseries about the One Esports Dota 2 Singapore Major held in March this year.

“We are thrilled to be teaming up with One Esports to connect with Foodpanda users in the esports arena. As Asia’s largest food and grocery delivery platform, we are the go-to partner for gamers to refuel with their favourite food and snacks, delivered straight to their doorsteps!” said Idan Haim, the vice president of growth and marketing at Foodpanda.

Carlos Alimurung, chief executive of One Esports added: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Foodpanda. We are not only immortalising the iconic ONE Esports Dota 2 Singapore Major in film through the docuseries, Heroes of the Game, but also giving viewers an inside look at what it takes to compete at the highest level of esports. The docuseries combines entertaining and exciting footage with dramatic storytelling that appeals not only to Dota 2 fans but the wider gaming and esports communities.”

Why is a docuseries being created?

  • The Heroes of the Game docuseries features exclusive never-before-seen footage, including behind-the-scenes strategies, victories, secrets, and challenges, that the esports heroes had to face during one of the biggest tournaments in the Dota 2 series.

  • The two-part documentary follows three teams as they compete as the One Esports Dota 2 Singapore Major: Evil Geniuses, Fnatic, and OB Neon.

  • Viewers get a behind-the-scenes look from inside the “bubble” at the Fairmont hotel in Singapore as the world deals with Covid-19. Exclusive interviews with players, coaches, and industry veterans tell the story of the highs and lows of their journey through the tournament,

  • The docuseries has been released on One Esports’ social channels including Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube, and will soon premiere on regional broadcast channels including eGG Network (Regional), One Sports (Philippines), PPTV HD36 (Thailand), Astro and RTM Sports (Malaysia), and Eleven Sports (Taiwan).

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