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Ahmed Al Meghessib hosting e-football tournament
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Ahmed Al Meghessib hosting e-football tournament

Ahmed Al Meghessib, professional football player and official Paris Saint-Germain Esports athlete, is hosting the Paris Saint-Germain E-Challenge to entertain the gaming community in Qatar during the lockdown.
For the first edition, 16 local influencers and athletes have been invited by AAMEGHESSIB to join this initiative and take part in this exciting E-Football tournament!
From Saturday to Monday, Basam Hisham, Mohammed Adnan, Adullah Al Tamimi and the other selected guests will be competing in an online knock out tournament with one goal: Challenge AAMEGHESSIB in the big final!
All the games will be broadcast and commented by the Paris Saint-Germain Esport champion on his Twitch Channel accessible through this link : https://m.twitch.tv/aameghessib/profile  
Ahmed Al Meghessib, Paris Saint -Germain Esports player said, “In this difficult time where people have to stay home it’s important to create content and entertainment. Paris Saint-Germain and myself wanted to come up with a different angle than the other esports competition by running a tournament involving local personalities that people, not limited to gamers, will enjoy to watch. I’m happy that all the solicited guests accepted to be part of it and I really want to thank all of them for their support!”
Fabien Dilem, General Manager of the Regional Paris Saint-Germain Office in Doha added, “After releasing our Paris Saint-Germain Academy remote training programs early in March, Esports was the natural next step for the club to engage the local community. We are lucky to have Ahmed in our team, he is not only an Esports player but a strong local ambassador for Paris Saint-Germain. He has done an amazing job to make this happen and I’m sure that this first competition will be a success!” 
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