PLDT Global, OneQode partner for eSports

As e-sports participants and viewers continue to surge in the country, PLDT Global Corporation (PLDT Global) and OneQode, a high-performance gaming infrastructure provider, have signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen the gaming experience of the eSports community.

Specifically, they target to “elevate the gaming experience for over 43 million active players in the Philippines,” said Albert Villa-Real, PLDT Global President and CEO.

“By working with PLDT, we can put Filipino gamers on the world stage. This is an incredibly exciting time for the region,” stressed Matt Shearing, CEO of OneQode.

Through its partnership with PLDT Global, OneQode can boost the operations of its gaming network infrastructure and deliver unrivaled latency for gamers.

“The Philippines is in a very strategic location for OneQode, which ensures that gamers using PLDT in the Philippines get the best latency to APAC Central,” noted Ben Cooper, Co-founder and Chief Architect of OneQode.

OneQode brought Asia-Pacific closer together through its global gaming infrastructure, building a unique server location to unlock cross-regional gameplay.

Through APAC Central, gamers from Asia and Oceania are able to connect, allowing them to find new rivals overseas, develop skills, and learn new strategies from opponents.

OneQode is a global Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) company based in Australia, operating a latency-optimized international carrier network and a high-performance cloud platform.

“Teaming up with OneQode to deliver unmatched gameplay interactivity and further drive gamer engagement in the region, including the Philippines, through our data center facility and digital solutions, is an exciting moment for us,” Jefferson Mendoza, PLDT Global Asia Pacific Regional Head, concluded.

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