DreamHack Summer has decided to temporarily suspend ticket sales for its Summer event. Taking place in Jönköping, Sweden, DreamHack summer is one of the biggest LAN events of the year. It is by far Sweden’s largest, alongside its Winter counterpart. But the rapidly changing landscape of the COVID-19 disease brings difficulties. Last week we spoke […]

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T1 have just announced their final roster including new Head Coach Byonghoon “cCarter” Choi. Back in August last year, we announced that T1 were finally dipping their toes into the DPC. Planning to form a roster around South-Korean star player Lee “Forev” Sang-don. The team competed in a few non DPC events, including the VKGAME […]

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We check out what’s happening with Valve’s answer to Auto Chess. If you’ve followed the gaming scene in the last year, you probably remember the huge “boom” of autobattlers. Ever since Drodo studios released Dota 2 Auto Chess as a custom map, the world went crazy for it. Fast-forward a couple of months, and Valve, […]

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In a first for ESTNN, we’ve aggregated all of the esports business news from the past week so you can stay up to date on the other side of the industry. This week’s news ranges from Faker being a part owner in T1 to ESL establishing a new league format and partnerships. NACE partners with […]

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In its recent fundraiser, Tempo Storm, the US company, through order to launch The Bazaar, raised $3.3 million . The round was led by the Galaxy Interactive, a publicly-traded digital asset trading company Galaxy Digital, through its Galaxy EOS VC Fund, a major interactive content and technology investor. Tempo Storm’s ambitious goals. The organisation […]

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Many names for the Esport team have been known as the names of a basketball fan of the Los Angeles Lakers. Nonetheless, in 2019, one company dominated the others while looking at the public. According to EsportsCharts, Team Liquid was last year’s most successful organisation, in terms of views. According to EsportsCharts, liquid with “14 […]

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For the 2020 season, the Australian Esports University League collaborated with the Chatime bubble tea company. Chatime will take over the role of partners for the league, which comprises over 1,000 students from 35 universities. Tim Paton, Chatime Australia Marketing Director, presented a joint statement about the partnership: “Chatime is a brand-oriented towards young people […]

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The contract for media rights for past Esports events between Activision Blizzard and Google has cost $160 million, sources suggest. This is the figure from several Esports Observer sources, which reports Call of Duty, Overwatch and Hearthstone. YouTube will broadcast solely sporting events for three years throughout these sports. The amount of money that reflects […]

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More details about the deal between Activision/Blizzard and YouTube have surfaced. The new Activision/Blizzard Esports media-rights deal with Youtube is valued at over $160M. This figure is projected over three years. That is a lot of moolah, and according to official correspondents briefed on the terms of this brand-spanking-new deal. This carefully-calculated partnership with Google […]

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Alan “SamuraiPanda” Bunney has confirmed that he will be full-time Chief executive of 1v1 Panda Global. The company is composed of teams in different games like Smash Bros., Hearthstone and Rivals of Aether. We also sign up for Mortal Kombat, Soul Calibur and Tekken game fighting professionals. With its 17,000 Twitter followers, SamuraiPanda shared the […]

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