Team Liquid and Alienware announced the launch of their own platform

Multi-regional esports organization Team Liquid and computer hardware company Alienware have announced Good in Gaming, a new social platform focused on education, empowerment and inclusive competition.

According to a press release, the new platform will focus on four pillars - development, education, gear and competition. Interestingly, each section has its own special activations. This includes the Paid Internship Program from Alienware and Team Liquid, the Good in Gaming Fellowship Program, and the introduction of the Alienware Tournament Series.

Team Liquid's Alienware Tournament Series is open to gamers of all levels, ages 13 and up. The series, which kicks off June 10 with Fortnite, is open to players in North America, Europe, Brazil, Australia, and New Zealand. The first tournament can accommodate up to 1,000 participants from each region.

In addition to competing for prizes that range from cash to equipment and clothing, members ages 17 and up will be eligible to apply for Good in Gaming scholarship and mentoring programs.

Team Liquid also announced two new content series as part of Good in Gaming. It includes a six-part video series called Liquid Mastery, which will seek to provide practical advice to fans of eSports. The series will also focus on the esports business in an educational and entertainment format. In turn, the second episode will consist of six parts of a mini-series.