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Author: Jeffrey Patrick

  Mobile-focused ESPL has a mission to bring esports as everyday entertainment to grassroots gamers globally.   SINGAPORE, 4 March 2020 - Singapore-headquartered Esports Players League (ESPL), the new global esports tournament network and platform today announced that it has secured an investment from early stage venture capital firm, 500 Startups. The investment from 500 Startups is

Esports is hot. Revenues, viewership, and investor interest is growing, according to a survey of more than 200 esports executives by law firm Foley & Lardner LLP and The Esports Observer. A surge in esports investment is expected to come primarily from private equity and venture capital firms and from traditional professional sports teams and leagues, athletes, and

Esports Pro League (ESPL), the recently launched global esports tournament with emphasis on amateur gamer community, today announces that it is partnering eGG Network (“eGG”), Southeast Asia’s largest eSports TV channel, for its soon-to-be-launched esports tournament. eGG is owned by Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad (“Astro”) and broadcasts to eight countries in Southeast Asia and Australia

Expect more esports action with the latest partnership between eGG Network, Axis Esports and Esports Pro League (ESPL), a new esports tournament that focuses on amateur gamers aspiring to go pro. eGG Network will be ESPL’s media partner, while esports organiser Axis Esports will be the tournament’s first-ever country franchisee. “ESPL is the first esports

The eSports Pro League (ESPL) is announcing today that it will create a global esports tournament and media network, starting with national esports competitions in Asia, starting in 2020. The Singpore-based company announced it is targeting amateur gamers with a path to becoming professionals. It announced the plans at the Esports Bar Miami event that I am attending