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OnePlus Mobile Partners with Super League for PUBG Mobile North American 2019-2020 Season  | The Esports Observer

Shenzhen-based Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus will sponsor Super League Gaming’s North American PUBG Mobile League through 2020.  The league will play in over 16 major markets including Los Angeles and New York. OnePlus is Super League’s first mobile hardware sponsor. Super League Gaming has announced that global technology company OnePlus will serve as the official […]

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A Look at IEM Beijing-Haidian, ESL’s First Stadium-Level Tournament in China | The Esports Observer

On Nov. 9-10, global esports tournament organizer ESL, part of Sweden-based media giant Modern Times Group (MTG), hosted its first-ever standalone event in China: the $250K USD Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Beijing-Haidian. Held in the Beijing University students’ gymnasium, over 4,200 attendees witnessed Danish esports organization Astralis hoist their second IEM trophy this year.  Compared […]

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Riot Games, Tencent, Supercell, and More Invest $3.85M in Social Gaming App Bunch | The Esports Observer

Yesterday, video conference gaming company Bunch announced the close of a $3.85M USD second Seed financing round from investors, including Supercell, Tencent, Riot Games, Miniclip, and Colopl Next. Bunch’s previous investors include London Venture Partners, Founders Fund, Betaworks, Shrug Capital, North Zone, Streamlined Ventures, and 500 Startups. This funding brings Bunch’s total investment sum raised […]

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Gen.G add Clid, Bdd and Rascal | ESPN Esports

After releasing the bulk of their roster, Gen.G has added three big names in Bdd, Clid and Rascal. Read More Related posts: University of Kentucky Partners with Gen.G to Build Esports Program | The Esports Observer Teddy and Clid show a lighter side of T1 at the League of Legends World Championship | ESPN Esports […]

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