The Major International Esports Events are Available for Free on MEGOGO
MEGOGO the international media service begins cooperation with Maincast, the leading European producer of esports content. From now on, its users will be able to watch all major international esports tournaments in Dota 2, CS: GO, and other relevant games both live and recorded.
Esports are available on MEGOGO in the “Sports” section on Smart TV. A separate “Esports” section will appear on mobile devices and the media service’s website. All tournaments are free.
Additionally, three interactive channels will appear for the convenience of MEGOGO subscribers. The first one will feature entirely Dota 2, the second – CS: GO, and the third – FIFA, Overwatch, and other competitions.
“Esports is becoming as popular as traditional sports across the globe. In the next few years, we will witness a change in the entire sports media landscape. Esports is no more something exotic and has already won a huge fanbase around the world. The tournaments are astonishing in scale, top esports players are already more popular than some world rock stars, and prize pools are even bigger than in the majority of traditional sports. For our viewer, this direction is something new. We are truly happy to partner with Maincast, because our viewers will now be able to watch all the major events in the global industry,” comments Ivan Shestakov, strategic development director at MEGOGO.
“Maincast is happy to announce a strategic partnership with MEGOGO. We aim to create maximum convenience for fans, who watch esports content. Whether you watch games on your phone or SmartTV with friends, MEGOGO will always offer games of the biggest tournaments and your favorite teams, as well as unique content that we have created together with our colleagues. Our cooperation is aimed at the long term, which will allow us to create a high-quality product for all esports viewers and fans,” says Andrey Grygoriev, CEO at Maincast.
The ESL Birmingham 2020 Online playoff (Dota 2) is the first tournament to become available to MEGOGO users. On June 7, the media service will show three grand finals at once: Europe, China, and America, where $295,000 is spread among the teams.
From June 8 to June 14, the main part of DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Europe will take place. Following the group stage, 12 strongest teams, including NaVi, Fnatic, Astralis, Vitality, FaZe Clan, NiP, and others, will compete for the champion title and prize pool of $ 160,000.
Announcements of upcoming events will gradually appear on the MEGOGO media service.