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
E-sports has been gaining significant momentum over the past few years and while there are many global professional tournaments, there are fewer opportunities and competitions for amateurs. This led to the founding of global media network and tournament platform, Esports Players League (ESPL), last August. ESPL is a global grassroots e-sports platform that focuses
Stadiums and arenas might be barren, empty and quiet right now, but digital racetracks and virtual fields are booming with online crowds. Ever since traditional sports events came to a standstill following the rampant spread of the virus, many fans have turned to eSports for their continued dosage of content. One of eSports’ biggest streaming
German automotive giant BMW has partnered with five top "League of Legends" esport team as part of its market expansion efforts in esport industry. The high-end carmaker revealed a partnership it formed with five gaming organizations: Cloud9 (United States), Fnatic (United Kingdom), FunPlus Phoenix (China), G2 Esports (Germany) and T1 in (South Korea) which
Formula E is teaming up with UNICEF to support the global coronavirus battle, in protecting vulnerable children and families most at risk during the deadly pandemic. Working closely with UNICEF, Formula E will launch several initiatives to raise funds in support of the global coronavirus appeal. These efforts will build upon an initial donation
Recently, Twitch broke its all-time concurrent viewer record with the release of Riot Games’ new first-person tactical shooter game, called "VALORANT". Based on the statistics from TwitchTracker, for previous all-time concurrent viewer record was sat at 3.99 million people in Q3 2018. However, the recent debut of VALORANT has break the previous record with
Viewership of esports may be booming right now, but the drastically slowed ad market has made capitalizing on that audience difficult. Twitch racked up 1.1 billion hours watched last month, the largest amount of views in the gaming platform’s nine-year history. Even esports upstarts have enjoyed bumper audiences in the absence of live sports.