Sao Paulo will host the largest corporate Olympics in the world

Sao Paulo will host the largest corporate Olympics in the world
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The Corporate Games are the largest company and team building event in the world, and will arrive in Brazil in 2023, between November 23 and 26, in São Paulo (SP).

The event will be a unique blend of sports, luxury and networking, targeting companies, organizations and their employees.

An event with a history of 35 years around the world, present on all continents, it was first held in 1988, in San Francisco, in the United States.

Since then, it has grown year after year, bringing together already 51 thousand organizations and one million participants, in editions in 38 different countries and 101 cities, with more than 70 sports and 250 games.

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In 2023, in addition to Brazil, the Corporate Games will be in countries such as Australia, the United Kingdom, Japan, Mexico, Romania and Turkey.

The event arrives in Brazil to give the business world the opportunity to feel the excitement that competitions provide for those working in stadiums and sports stadiums.

CEOs, leaders and employees united to represent the company and compete in a unified global event.

“Corporate gaming goes beyond just a sports competition between organizations,” says Davis Tenorio, CEO of eCORP HUB, a company licensed to bring corporate gaming to Brazil.

“We are leading the global corporate wellbeing movement, which is promoting the physical, mental and social health of employees,” he adds.

This event is also an opportunity for companies to stand out and reinforce their employer brand, increasing the team’s sense of belonging.

“And we cannot forget the countless networking and business opportunities this transformative event provides participants,” Davis adds.

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Competitions in different locations – In São Paulo, corporate games will be played in several sports facilities:

– Brazilian Paralympic Center, Golf Course (Fazenda da Grama), TO Arena, Playball, etc.

The street race is scheduled to take place in Parque da Independência, where the Ipiranga Museum is located.

On the first day, November 23, the accreditation of participants and the presentation and opening ceremony.

Then, from the 24th to the 26th, sports competitions will be held, with individual and team sports and age groups for men and women.

“The numbers in the history of the Corporate Games over these 35 years are amazing and confirm the strength of the event, which will also be highlighted in Brazil, a country that breathes sport. “We have obtained the international license, which shows our confidence in success,” he highlights. Spotlight on Carlos Vieira, co-founder of Ecorp Hub.

“We are looking for corporate sponsorship that will make history alongside the world’s largest corporate Olympics, bringing their brand, reaching a business audience base, generating business and networking,” Carlos adds.

Competitions in 16 modes

The Corporate Games in São Paulo will feature 16 sports for women and men – five team and nine individual – some of which are divided by sport categories and age groups: Open, 40+ and 60+.

It is possible to register as many employees or teams as you want. There is no minimum or maximum.

– Team sports: volleyball, basketball, soccer, futsal and community soccer.

– Individuals: running (5km, 10km and walking), e-sports (FIFA, LOL WILD RIFIT, FREE FIRE and Mario Kart Tour), golf, kart, tennis, table tennis, beach tennis.

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The top three in all competitions will receive medals and the companies represented will win prizes. Athletes compete for points for their organization and medals for themselves.

More information and registration at: https://corporategamesbr.com/

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