As hype builds for the European Masters, the ultimate showcase of the talent found in the European Regional Leagues, we have an exciting announcement about the future of the competition.
We are happy to welcome Amazon as the Naming Partner of the European Masters this Summer 2021, and for the year 2022.
Amazon will work with European Masters to create a unified shopping experience for EU Masters fans, and will explore how to create a destination for viewers looking to express their fandom of the tournament and its participating teams. As part of the collaboration, the European Masters will be renamed the Amazon European Masters.
“We are thrilled to welcome Amazon to EU Masters, the home of high level competition between the European Regional Leagues that shine the spotlight on the rising stars across the region”, said Zeynep Gencaga, Senior Manager, Business Development Riot Games Europe & MENA. “We couldn’t be more excited for a global brand like Amazon to be our very first Naming Partner for our European competition.”
The announcement marks another milestone for Amazon in the gaming and esports industries, which has previously included working with Riot to give away League of Legends skin shards through Prime Gaming, as well as supporting the development of grassroots university esports competitions throughout the UK and Europe. We’re excited to be working alongside Amazon in esports, and we can’t wait to reveal even more ways our work with Amazon will improve the EU Masters experience for fans.
The European Masters 2021 Summer tournament will kick off on August 16 with the Play-In Group Stage, while the Main Event kicks off on August 30, which will see 16 of Europe’s finest teams compete to bring glory to their region. Head over to to catch all of the action live.

By George Miller

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