The ONE Esports app powered by Samsung has been launched exclusively for Galaxy devices, giving users first access to the latest news in esports that is sure to level up the gaming experience. First-access content will be released exclusively on the ONE Esports app up to 1 week in advance.
Borne out of a long-term partnership between Samsung and ONE Esports in Southeast Asia, the newly-launched app is exclusively available for Galaxy smartphones in six markets including Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
It was developed with gaming enthusiasts in mind and its joint development is a testament to Samsung’s commitment and enthusiastic support of the gaming community. The content will be localized across each market and made available in English, Bahasa Indonesia, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Galaxy users will have early access to content created, syndicated, and aggregated on the ONE Esports app. The customizable in-app push notification system ensures that Galaxy users will be the first to be notified about breaking esports news and the latest game updates.
Interestingly, the ONE Esports app will come pre-installed on select new Galaxy A/M phones and other consumers can download it through the Galaxy Store and Google Play for over-the-air download exclusively on Galaxy smartphones in the six markets.
- Download Samsung x ONE Esports from Galaxy Store
About ONE Esports app
The official ONE Esports app for Samsung is the home of esports heroes. This app offers in-depth guides, exclusive interviews, and video premieres first on your Galaxy device so you can get notified of breaking esports news and the latest updates.
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