Competitive gaming in the form of eSports is gorwing rapidly, with millions of dollars up for grabs in hosted tournaments for such games as Call of Duty, DOTA 2 and League of Legends. With that, more and more sponsored teams are taking part in said competition, with big names stepping up to highlight the best and the brightest game players. As of today, you can add Sony to the list.

According to a story from GamesIndustry International, the company behind the popular PlayStation 4 console (and a number of its first party releases, such as Bloodborne and The Order: 1886) have announced that it has launched its own eSports league, with the La Liga Oficial PlayStation crew set to debut in Spain tomorrow. The team will take part in a variety of tournaments, including ones based on such games as Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, NBA 2K15, DriveClub and other titles.

This week will mark the debut for the league, which will continue its run over the next three months with a number of tournaments featuring individual players, along with team play for certain events. However, it will remain open for both casual and hardcore players, as Sony plans to allow openings for those who are currently PlayStation Plus subscribers.

This marks an interesting move for the League, but also provides players the opportunity to showcase their skills against others to see what they can do within the League. However, Sony didn’t comment on what it would be doing past 2015, although, as previous promotions like the Gran Turismo Academy has proven, there’s always room for expansion.

Sony has confirmed, though, that its outreach won’t just be in Spain, as it will be available to Portugal and Italy over the next few months as well. It appears to be gaining a huge buzz thus far, as Sony stated that it has the support of various publishers when it comes to league activities, although, again, specific names weren’t mentioned.

Here’s hoping the league is a success – and prompts others to give competitive gaming a try.