Jakarta: Seoworld, the sports management and entertainment company behind Seo, said on Thursday that it will launch a training platform aimed at its player development.

The platform, called Seo Training, is an entertainment and training management platform that will allow Seo members to share their training experiences, including the process of selecting a team, scheduling and scheduling meetings and sharing video.

“We want to make it easier for our players to understand the process and get a better understanding of the way our clubs and our teams operate,” Seo president Jethro Rangam said in a statement.

Seo members will be able to search for training partners through the “Seo Training” application and receive suggestions for team members and coaches.

“Seo Train is the first of its kind, where players and coaches can learn from the same expert and share their experiences in a way that is easily accessible for them,” Rangampath said.

“This is a great opportunity for our club to continue developing and building on the foundation we have set for ourselves.”

Seo will launch the platform next month in Indonesia, the first time that it has done so outside Asia.

Seoworld is aiming to have 100,000 training sessions and meet-ups across the country by 2020.

The platform will be available for download in English and Indonesian by the end of this year.

“I think this is a really important step for our business.

We have been very fortunate to have been able to work with such a large sports organization and with such an amazing and dedicated team,” Seowworld chief executive Peter Seewer told ESPN.

“We will continue to look at other opportunities and partners in the future.

This is the right move for us to take.”

Seowworld has a global network of more than 3,000 clubs, including a dozen in Asia, with more than 10 million players.

Seo has played in the Asian Cup and the Super League, and its team was the top seed in the Super Bowl.

The company, founded in 2000, is now the third-largest sports enterprise in the world after Coca-Cola and Nike.