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Thursday July 19, 2018

and this is your weekly early morning

Esports briefing.

YouTube star

Preston Arsement is picking up a piece of Dallas-based

Envy Gaming, where he will now serve as an investor with plans to produce content featuring the Envy brand across his video and social media channels. Arsement launched a YouTube presence in 2010 and has built a social media following of more than 11 million fans.

 

“Preston embodies the core values and brand pillars of our organization. The authentic connection to fans and the path he took in becoming a premier gaming celebrity is just incredible. Preston is arguably the biggest gaming personality in Texas but has stayed humble and committed to his craft. We are thrilled to have him onboard as a partner in our organization and know Preston will help Team Envy grow significantly,” said Mike Rufail, owner and CEO at Envy Gaming.

 

“Having one of the most respected esports organizations in the world located in my backyard in Dallas is really special. I’m very selective of where I attach my brand but with Envy I have known and respected what they stand for since I first started playing Call of Duty,” said Arsement. “My goal has always been to inspire my viewers, fans, and my family and friends with quality content that shows a passion for what I do – and I’m excited to take that to the next level with a world-class organization like Envy that shares my love for gaming.”

   

COMPETITION and VENUES

Hi-Rez Studios saddled up its esports plans for battle royale title

Realm Royale, formally launching two major competitive series that will be played on a weekly basis – the Realm Royale Invitational as well as 100K Thursday tournaments. Both competitions will be produced by Skillshot Media with the Thursday endeavor serving as a partnership with Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem. In a video released by Hi-Rez Studios, the company stated that the Realm Royale Invitational will be held every Wednesday starting at 3p, with each offering dangling a prize pool of $10,000. The other competition will be held every Thursday starting at 4p. Both series will be live-streamed by Skillshot Media hosts and casters on the Realm Royale

Twitch and

Mixer channels, as well as the participating broadcasters on their personal channels.

 

In late news, Epic Games will reportedly host a $500,000 Fortnite tournament for solos, according to a report from Rod Breslau, tomorrow. The competition will play host to pro players and streamers but running opposite KEEMSTAR’s popular Friday Fortnite tournament. He also reports that with Epic’ tournament not yet officially announced, Friday Fortnite will continue as planned.  

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CynopsisEsports.com, featuring data, news, calendar, team directories, video and a slate of partnerships that will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks, offering white papers, thought pieces, how-tos and more!

  Valve is making

IEM

Katowice the host of its 14th CS:GO Major in 2019 where the top 24 teams from around the world will compete across a three week span starting Feb. 14 with a prize pool of $1 million on the line in addition to the IEM World Championship. The Championship Stage kicks off on Feb. 28 and runs through March 3.  “IEM Katowice has grown to become one of the most iconic esports tournaments in the world,” said Michal Blicharz, Vice President of Pro Gaming at ESL. “I expect that coupling the heritage of IEM with the gravity of a Valve Major Championship will elevate the tournament to what will be the most incredible IEM event in history.”

  The

East Coast Conference is poised to introduce

League of Legends as a sport and host its own seasons in 2019 and 2020. In addition, the

Peach Belt Conference will also be bringing three more seasons of College League of Legends to their players in the 2019, 2020, and 2021 seasons. Starting next January, schools from both conferences will compete in their own respective conferences in a regular season before advancing into their own conference championships.

 

Speaking of collegiate esports, the American Video Game League is launching the first

Fortnite esports league at the university level, starting with four online pre-season tournaments before the league officially opens its doors in the fall. The format for the league will be 2v2 in a double elimination bracket. The Fortnite Fall league will add to the portfolio of over 20 online college esports leagues that the AVGL has launched across game titles with 1,200 colleges.

 

OpTic Gaming and Infinite Esports & Entertainment is enrolling with the

High School Esports League in a move to “support aspiring young esports athletes” with OpTic Gaming itself adding $25,000 of scholarship funds for the prize pool. The High School Esports League features competition in games like League of Legends, Overwatch, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and others. The “Powered By OpTic Gaming” program will incorporate competitive titles that reflect OpTic Gaming’s invested interests – including DOTA, CS:GO, Call of Duty, League of Legends, Gears of War, Fortnite Battle Royale, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

  Across the Atlantic, the

British Esports Association unveiled plans for its first full competitive gaming Championships for schools, colleges and alternative provision schools, unlocking a partnership with Twitch Student to grow the British Esports Championships and “help give students support and opportunities. The British Esports Championships is for students aged 12-19, with each school or college allowed to enter teams for three different games with the first confirmed game being 5v5 League of Legends. Play begins on Oct. 10 and will run for two seasons, the first consisting of eight weeks of fixtures with breaks for half term and the second running in the New Year. The first six weeks will feature a Swiss tournament format, with Playoffs taking place during the remaining weeks.

  Blizzard is now dealing up another round of

The Hearthstone Global Games, with teams competing and representing as a nation.  The tournament will stream on the official Hearthstone Twitch channel every week with the company lining up casters Simon “Sottle” Welch, Alex “Raven” Baugley, Neil “Lorinda” Bond, Dan Falcone, Dan Gaskin, and Darroch Brown to call the action. Overall, 48 teams will compete in this year’s edition with each team sporting four players with play now underway. This year’s format will now see all countries competing in one Swiss bracket, playing six rounds and going against teams with the same record after a first set of random pairings. The top sixteen will then advance to a double elimination group bracket.

 

ELEAGUE serves up a match between two previous ELEAGUE Major champions as Astralis (Denmark) takes on Cloud9 (USA) to launch the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018. Live tournament coverage will begin Saturday at 2p on the ELEAGUETV Twitch channel, and will also be available free of charge on B/R Live. In addition, live coverage will be available through ELEAGUE’s Game Command mosaic video player, which gives viewers access to thousands of different in-game viewing angles. A multi-part feature series revisiting the tournament’s best moments will be presented starting Aug. 24 on TBS.,

 

Esports Arena DRIVE, North America’s first and only mobile esports touring arena, is teaming with

HyperX to bring Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 attendees two days of gaming action with an event the will run today from 9a-9p. The event is free and open to the public and takes place at Park at the Park Wiffle Ball Field at Petco Park. The state-of-the-art, 80-foot, 18-wheel, 35-ton semi-trailer, which transforms into a mobile esports stage, production studio and rooftop lounge will host a total of 21 hours of action-packed competition featuring Street Fighter V.

   

INSIGHTS

Last Sunday, France defeated Croatia 4 – 2, winning their second FIFA World Cup. Our insights focus on the Twitch discussion during the match.
  • France was the most popular team during the event, generating four times as many mentions as Croatia.
  • Teams were a more popular topic than players. France and Croatia were mentioned more than Griezmann, Mbappe and Modric.
  • Griezmann celebrated his first goal with a dance emote from Although this appealed to the broader gaming audience, Mbappe was mentioned more times across more channels.
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