Pittsburgh Knights

Pittsburgh Knights, an organization based out of North America has recently signed an exclusive partnership deal with PNC Bank. The partnership talks for launching a revolutionary initiative aiming to empower the women in the Esports sector.

The current initiative with PNC Bank will move ahead, developing some effective and efficient solutions aiming at Esports’s gender equity disparities.

With the latest partnership deal, Pittsburgh Knights will ensure open and honest discussions on how the affiliates and insiders in the Esports industry will work together, who will be the leader, and what measures will bensuring diversity in the Esports competitions and tournaments.

Official Statements

With the latest release, the President of Pittsburgh Knights, James O’Connor, said,

We have so much respect for PNC and strive to follow their lead in the way they support their communities. The issue of inclusivity in gaming is something we feel very strongly about, and I’m happy that PNC wants to impact us in the esports space positively.

James O’Connor

Moreover, there will be an establishment of a new committee for leading the discussions between both the organizations and come up with sparkling ideas. The committee will work for the ideas on how the scenarios need some changes for marking a place for women in the Esports industry. Additionally, other experts in the Esports industry, like scholars, gaming professionals, and other global entities, will help the initiatives’ development and implementation worldwide.

The head of the regional markets and also a regional president of Pittsburgh working for PNC Bank, Lou Cestello, specified

 The Knights have not only brought the exciting new esports industry to Pittsburgh, but they care about setting the stage for greater inclusion and equal opportunities in the space. We’re eager to connect with new audiences by supporting an organization like the Knights that shares our values – and competitive spirit.

Lou Cestello

Also, as a part of the initiative, apart from the committee’s establishment, there will be shared guidance and insights for the development of contents to be easily shared as series via LinkedIn; this will help expand to the “local and national channels this fall.”

By Tanya Mishra

A Writer 'All Ghillied Up' as a Gamer.

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