Inter take on Milan Games Week: the important dates for your diary

INTER TAKE ON MILAN GAMES WEEK: THE IMPORTANT DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

The Nerazzurri will take part in the tenth edition of the most important gaming event in Italy, with content involving First Team players and Inter eSports Pro Players.

MILAN – Inter are becoming ever more active in the gaming world. After the announcement of Inter's new eSports team: www.inter.it, which will take part in FIFA21 competitions, the Nerazzurri will participate in Milan Games Week, the most important gaming event in Italy.

Milan Games Week, now approaching its tenth year, will take place on 26 to 29 November 2020. A free online event to be streamed on Twitch, it will welcome Nerazzurri players for the first time. In fact, a few First Team players and Inter eSports Pro Players will be involved in a series of gaming activities.

On Friday 27 November at 19:00 CET, the First Team players, Stefan De Vrij, Milan Skriniar and Stefano Sensi will try and give their thoughts on three indie video games (Griefhelm, King of Seas, Run to Marble Race). The content, developed in collaboration with Lenovo, the Global Technology Partner of Inter, will be available to watch on Twitch at Twitch mgw_indie and on mgw_games.

On Sunday 29 November at 18:20 CET, two friendly matches will take place with two of Inter eSports’ Pro Players: the Brazilian Pedro Resende will challenge Gabriel PN, from Ronaldinho's eSports R10 team. Manoel Neto will instead play Cosimo Guarneri from Hernan Crespo’s newly created HC9 team. Both matches will be available to watch on the mgw_games channel on Twitch.

Ahead of Opening Night on 26 November, a special video message will be broadcasted by Suning Gaming.

The Milan Games Week Nerazzurri content will be available over the coming days on Inter’s social channels and inter.it, where a new section has been created, in dedication to the world of eSports.

Inter take on Milan Games Week: the important dates for your diary


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