Logged In Festival – A Unicorns of Love Story
Unicorns of Love and Home United kick off a massive gaming event fashioned Logged In Festival. With most social events from sport, esports, culture and music cancelled, UoL is promoting a new way in lifting the spirits of all the home dwellers around the globe. Under the hashtag #wethinkunited, various sports & esports organizations, influences and socialites have pledged to entertain the masses through these troubling times.
There is currently no end date to the event. It seems the organizers are intent on pushing this for as long as there is interest. And by the overwhelming support granted there past few days, we believe it might last awhile.
The initial hype around the event began four days ago when the Twitter handle was officially set up. The festival itself sprung out only days after the Unicorns of Love and Home United announced a mutual partnership. Tomislav Karajica the name behind Home United and football club SK Austria Klagenfurt was announced as an investor in UoL. Shortly thereafter, Logged In Festival popped up on twitter promoting the hashtag #wethinkunited. The same hashtag is prominent on Home United’s web page.
Over the past few days several big names pledged support for the event.Hamburg Towers, Crocodiles Hamburg and Austria Klagenfurt from the sports teams. Alternate ATTAX and BIG from the esports teams. Former LEC caster Foxdrop and American-Football trainer Patrick Esume are among the early adopters as well.
Logged In Festival – All you need to know
The festival is open to everyone interested in participating. All you need to do is head over here, pick up the logo or banner and simply tweet to @LoggedInFest with any and all of the hashtags: #stayloggedin, #wethinkunited.
From the pre-planned events we just witnessed a League of Legends showmatch between the CIS and DACH regions.
A Brawl Ball Tournament already happend, as well as a PUBG Mobile tournament.
The agenda is diverse as hell, basketball pros will play UNO tomorrow and football legends will cast professional FIFA matches. Additionally, UoL coach Fabian “Sheepy” Mallant hosted an inspiring podcast with Patrick Esume.
Logged In Festival will continue to host various events in the following days. Make sure you check it out and pledge your support. Finally, remember to stay safe and stay at home. Social distancing helps everyone get back on track asap.