Thursday, March 11, 2021

Mobile Premier League announces end-to-end vaccination drive plan for all its employees

                    ~ The drive will cover all MPL employees plus 3 dependents across the country~ 

 National, 11th  March 2021: Mobile Premier League (MPL), Asia’s largest esports and mobile gaming platform announced on Thursday that it will undertake an end-to-end vaccination drive for all its Indian employees and their dependents (upto three). The company has already partnered with a healthcare service provider and it plans to commence the drive as soon as the necessary Government protocols and regulations for vaccination of the general public are announced. 


The planned vaccination drive will not be limited to just covering the cost, but will also take care of the entire process, including pre-vaccination medical opinion, inoculation as per the protocols, as well as post-vaccination observation of the individuals by doctors. 


Sai Srinivas, Co-Founder and CEO of Mobile Premier League said in a statement, “At Mobile Premier League, we have always prioritised employee welfare and wellness. Through the initiative of providing the COVID-19 vaccine for all our employees and their families, we aim to strengthen our commitment to our employees and place a firm emphasis on their safety and security.” 


The vaccination drive will be voluntary for employees and their immediate families, who can avail of it in major cities such as Kolkata, Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad and Chennai. Thus, more than 2000 people comprising self and three dependents of current employees can avail of this plan.


About Mobile Premier League (MPL)


MPL is Asia’s biggest eSports and mobile gaming platform, with over 60 million users in India and 3.5 million in Indonesia. MPL has worked with numerous game developers and on-boarded over 70 games on its platform. It was founded in 2018 by Sai Srinivas and Shubh Malhotra. The gaming platform currently employees over 500 personnel with offices in Bengaluru, Pune, Jakarta, and Singapore. 

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