ESL To Launch a 24/7 eSports Livestream

With the ever-expanding world of eSports, there’s a lot of content coming for the fans who love the thrill of watching their favorite teams duel it out. ESL, the Electronic Sports League, one of the biggest eSports contributors out there, seems to have the competitive scene covered.

ESL has announced their own channel to release in May 2016, followed by a broadcast from their parent company, MTG. ESL’s Senior Editor, Ella McConnel, reports that ESL’s current audience of over 100 million digital viewers will continue to grow, as they push out over 2,000 hours of live gaming content a year  to appeal to the 2 billion gamers and 250 million eSports fans.

What does this mean? It means live streams, baby. A whole 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year of eSports content streamed on communities that ESL is partnered with such as Twitch, Hitbox, Azubu, and even Yahoo. ESL plans to host their next major via their channels across multiple platforms to reach a variety of audiences.

ESL plans to release updates about this on their Twitter, which is always a great place to keep up-to-date on eSports content.

via ESLGaming

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