On February 6, the Wolves Esports PUBG Mobile and FIFA Online teams will move to Nanshan District in Shenzhen and compete as Shenzhen Wolves.
The Peace Elite League and Nanshan District Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television, and Sports in Shenzhen enabled the move. The PUBG league in which Wolves compete.
Esports is important to Shenzhen, one of China’s leading esports cities. Nanshan District promotes esports development.
The CEO of Fosun Sports, Deng Houjun, stated. After making their Peace Elite League (PEL) debut in December 2022, “Wolves Esports’ association with Nanshan District, Shenzhen is another major strategic layout.”
Wolves Esports, a global esports club, fits Shenzhen’s strategic goal of becoming an international esports metropolis and the city’s multinational and imaginative culture.Shenzhen and Nanshan District have significant advantages in the esports industry base, market atmosphere, and industry knowledge.
Nanshan District holds more top esports events like the 2022 PEL Summer Finals and 2022 Honor of Kings World Championship Finals. Fosun Sports Group and Wolves Esports will continue to expand together to spearhead Shenzhen and Nanshan District’s unique esports development.
One of the first Premier League clubs to embrace esports, Wolves has set its sights on being a worldwide dominator. The club has invested strategically in the North American esports powerhouse Evil Geniuses and a European Rainbow Six Siege team.
Wolves have seven teams in China, including teams for Honor of Kings, PUBG mobile, QQ Speed, FIFA Online, Call of Duty Mobile, Identity V, and Naraka: Blades. Wolves Esports is also planning the industry from the ground up. It includes esports competitions, an esports offline complex, esports goods, and esports live as part of its commitment to the industrialization of esports.
Both teams will be known as the Shenzhen Wolves, but their jerseys and other esports equipment will also include the logos of the city of Shenzhen and the Nanshan District. The official announcement video will be broadcast at Molineux on February 18.