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Oceanic tournament organiser and broadcasting company LetsPlay.Live has found its Lead Administrator in Erin Hughes.

Hughes, a former team manager for organisations such as ORDER and DESPERADO, has joined the company on a full-time basis.

Erin Hughes LetsPlay.Live
Credit: Erin Hughes LetsPlay.Live

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Officially joining LetsPlay.Live in July, Hughes will work within the company’s platform and leagues team, though she will help “the wider LPL family as and where needed” by putting her management skills to use.

LetsPlay.Live is a prominent organiser of PUBG events in the Oceanic region, regularly hosting online events with prize pools for amateurs and professional players alike. However, it also accommodates players of titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow Six Siege, Dota 2, Call of Duty, and Clash Royale.

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Hughes told Esports Insider: “I’ve been following along with LetsPlay.Live since they first launched in 2017 and I’ve always felt the company, and the team, are leading the way in esports within New Zealand, where I call home.

“As I’ve had a number of different positions within the esports ecosystem I know that my experiences and background will be able to elevate LPL to a force to be reckoned with internationally. I want to be a part of shaping the esports ecosystem in New Zealand and I know working with LPL will make this happen.”

Esports Insider says: Hughes, considering her wealth of experience in both the region and PUBG specifically, makes her a great hire for LetsPlay.Live. We wish the best to both LPL and Hughes, and look forward to seeing New Zealand’s esports scene continue to grow!

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