Calling all brave knights, samurai, Vikings and reporters, Ubisoft and The ESL have announced the first ever eSports event for the critically acclaimed For Honor game. Audition submissions are now open for both players and wannabe professional commentators looking to cash in on their medieval fighting skills.
CD PROJEKT RED, creators of The Witcher series of games, announce GWENT Challenger — an official GWENT: The Witcher Card Game tournament organized in partnership with ESL. The tournament will pit 4 best players from the community against professional gamers: Trump (Jeffrey Shih), Lifecoach (Adrian Koy), Noxious (Kacem Khilaji) and ppd (Peter Dager). GWENT Challenger finalists will compete for a total prize pool of $100,000. “It’s a real privilege to observe how active GWENT players are in the realm of competitive gaming. Community-powered tournaments like The Passiflora Championship, The Seven Cats Brawl or The Gwentlemen’s Open are a source of … Continue reading Official 100k Top Prize GWENT Tournament Announced
Today, ESL and The Cybersmile Foundation announce the launch of an exciting new partnership that is part of a wider incentive to address toxicity within the gaming and tech industries. ESL and Cybersmile will work to make sure that everyone can enjoy everything that the amazing world of technology has to offer without fear of threats and abuse. ESL, a part of the international digital entertainment group MTG, is the world’s largest esports company and hosts many of the world’s major gaming tournaments. Hundreds of professional esports teams compete globally every year in fiercely fought contests for huge prizes. ESL … Continue reading Cybersmile and ESL Announce Abuse-Fighting Charity Partnership
AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company and ESL, the world’s largest esports company, today jointly announced a strategic long-term global partnership that will align each company’s assets to further broaden the reach of esports around the world.
Yahoo! Inc. today announced that Yahoo Esports is entering into a two year agreement with ESL, the world’s largest esports company, to bring esports to mainstream audiences via distribution across Yahoo’s properties. Additionally, Yahoo Esports and ESL will collaborate on the development of new tournaments to be covered and distributed by Yahoo, with new exciting integrated sponsorship opportunities for advertisers.
ESL, the world’s largest esports company, recently concluded a successful decade of Intel Extreme Masters events around the world when Season 10 came to a conclusion at IEM Katowice in March. But that is just the beginning, because with Season 11 on the horizon, a bigger and better IEM is on the way.
ESL, the world’s largest esports company, has partnered with Ubisoft and Xbox to host the global Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Pro League competition starting the first week of March 2016 for Xbox One and Windows PC.
ESL, the world’s largest esports company, has confirmed it will host at least two premier US$100,000 Heroes of the Storm tournaments in conjunction with Blizzard Entertainment in 2016.
The ESL Announces Company of Heroes 2 Open Tournaments