Esports tournaments are getting more and more viewership, as various streaming platform such as Twitch and YouTube both reporting an increased traffic in March and April. So, does the esport industry has potential for sports diversification in future? Investment from sports club Premier League club Manchester City, launched an esports team in 2019. This team
Esports now are growing bigger than ever by days. Undoubtedly, social media is now an essential media tool in attracting new fans, incorporate with the brand’s awareness from various characteristics. From Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, these are the core platforms for video content, providing different forms of storytelling today. TikTok though, is also
KUALA LUMPUR (7 May, 2020) - Esports Players League (ESPL), the new global esports tournament network and platform has entered into a partnership with leading Malaysian mobile telco Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) to organize esports tournaments. Digi is a subsidiary of the Telenor Group. ESPL and Digi are organizing their first Esports tournament
Since year 2018, battle royale video games especially PUBG has been a trend in esport media consumption, but the last-man-standing battle is still growing till now. Many new titles are still vying for the crown. Market View Garena Free Fire debuted two years ago, and has grown into a sleeper hit esport. Its official tournament circuit
Esports Players League (ESPL) reach Latin America with it’s tournament platform, with an announcement of new strategic partners in the region.
Esports Players League (ESPL), one of the new global esports tournament network and online platform now count Latin America among its rapidly expanding territories, having entered into strategic franchisee partnerships with Arena Esports Pro Gaming, Mexico’s premier esports experience brand, grassroots esports community BroooTV in Ecuador, and Versus Esports, a vibrant esports community that spans Panama and