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Celebrating the game’s competitive legacy, players have been selected from the pool of competitors who participated in previous Just Dance World Cup finals, local competitions, and talent from Singapore, hosts of the Olympic Esports finals 2023. Players will compete for the chance of becoming an Olympic Esports Series winner during the live finals on Friday, 23 June.
Amandine “TheFairyDina” Morisset from France
Diego “Diegho San” Dos Santos Silva from Brazil
Aleksanteri “TheAllu” Landström from Finland
Antonino “JustNino” Pomilia from Italy
Joseph “Aazzlano” Cordero from the United States of America
Adithiyan “Arms73” Armstrong from India
Elsie Fang from the People’s Republic of China
Siti Zhywee Ramle from Singapore
The Olympic Esports Series 2023 is a global virtual and simulated sports competition created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in collaboration with International Federations (IFs) and game publishers. For the first time, the Olympic Esports Series 2023 will build up to live, in-person finals, taking place at Singapore’s Suntec Centre from June 22 to 25 and will be a highlight of the Olympic Esports Week 2023.
More details about the competition will be shared soon.
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