Esports tournament organizer BLAST Premier has announced expansion of its media rights portfolio for the competitive season 2021
BLAST Premier, a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) esports tournament series, has announced its media rights deals for the season 2021. It has secured eight new media rights deals for this season.
The media deals include Linear television channels SportsMax, Nordic Entertainment Group and BOLT+ lead group of eight companies. With this its total media rights portfolio to more than 35 partners. This tournament will be broadcasted in number of regions including Canada, India and Lithuania. This tournament will be shown in 150 territories in 18 languages.
Vice President of Distribution and Programming at BLAST, Alexander Lewin commented on the deals – “We are thrilled to see so many new partners join the BLAST network of leading TV and online channels. These deals will offer even more fans the opportunity to tune in to watch BLAST Premier from around the world, which is now accessible in over 150 territories and 18 languages. We expect to continue our path of expansion during an exciting period of viewership growth at BLAST Premier and in esports.”
BLAST Premier is one of the largest CS:GO tournament series in the world.
It has been a successful and impressive year 2021 for BLAST Premier as far as growth and expansion is concerned. BLAST has appointed Andrew Haworth as Commissioner, who expanded existing deals with CS.MONEY and audio device company EPOS. It has also secured the deals with L33T Gaming and Gaming Supplement Firm MADMONQ.
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