Riot Games and ESPN have announced a multiyear partnership to broadcast the North American League of Legends Championship Series on the ESPN+ app beginning with the Summer Split this June. The non-exclusive agreement will not affect broadcasts on Twitch, YouTube or Riots in-game player.
Challengermode is looking to develop a network of interconnected esports leagues in Europe called the National Esports Leagues. The NEL will host regional leagues for CS:GO, PUBG, and League of Legends.
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ESPN has secured broadcast rights to the North American League of Legends Championship Series. The multiyear deal will allow ESPN to stream the NA LCS on its new subscription streaming service ESPN+.
FC Schalke 04 has signed a three-year deal with the German telecommunications company Deutsche Glasfaser in order to promote the organisation’s efforts in esports. The company will provide glass-fibre networking to its esports teams across League of Legends and FIFA.
Online TV channel BBC Three will broadcast semi-final and final matches from ESL One Birmingham. Coverage will feature BBC Radio 1 presenter Julia Hardy, alongside professional Dota 2 casters.
The North American League of Legends Championship Series will be broadcast on ESPN+ starting with the upcoming summer split.
This week on Twitch, Fortnite Fridays stimulated growth for the title, League of Legends’ MSI grew 53% Year over Year, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is on track for sustainable growth. Every week, The Esports Observer breaks down the most watched Twitch content from a curated list of more than 35,000 channels, and analyzes.
Like its previous iteration Longzhu Gaming, Kingzone DragonX was easily the favorite at another international League of Legends tournament, the Mid-Season Invitational. Once again it could not take a title, and fans were left wondering why.
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New Dig CEO on returning to CS:GO: 'You're either going to come in and try to buy the best team in the world... or you're going to look to develop and nurture talent'
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League of Legends will see the next iteration of 5vs5 ranked queue next week with the launch of Clash. Clash will see groups of premade teams battle it out in a three-day mini-tournament, taking place every other weekend.
Jung “Impact” Eon-yeong is one of League of Legends’ most accomplished top laners. He’s played with one of Korea’s most storied franchises, moved across the world, learned to become a team leader and made many top laners die in the process.
Infront and Team Vitality today announced a new exclusive partnership that will see the top French eSport club collaborate with one of the world’s leading sports marketing organisations. Team Vitality are among the top five organisations in Europe, and regularly compete at the world’s best tournaments in League of Legends, Call of Duty, Rocket League, .