MTGx is the world leader in esports entertainment, providing unrivaled experiences through live events, pro gaming leagues and international tournaments, all available to follow live on a dedicated global 24/7 TV channel, esportsTV, which is now available across the Nordic and Baltic regions through Viasat and via other TV operators in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Slovakia.
Responsible pro gaming
In 2016, ESL and DreamHack joined Esport Integrity Coalition (ESIC), that deals with doping, cheating and fraud in professional gaming. That same year ESL, along with a number of high profile founding organizations, established World Esports Association (WESA) to oversee standardised tournament regulations, player representation as well as revenue sharing for teams.
DreamHack is the world’s largest digital festival and one of the leading esports companies in the Nordics with offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Denver, Tacoma, Montreal and soon in Tours, France.
DreamHack’s festival experience includes BYOC LAN parties, expos and esports circuits, as well as music concerts, cosplay championships and hackathons.
ESL, a brand of Turtle Entertainment, is the world’s largest esports company. ESL’s online leagues, like ESL Pro League, and mega-events, including ESL One and Intel® Extreme Masters circuits, beat records in attendance and online viewership with each new event, and feature top international teams and star players.
ESL is one of the biggest digital broadcasters of esports on multiple online streaming platforms, including Twitch and YouTube. ESL also leads the industry in esports broadcasts on TV channels around the world, including Globo (Brazil), Nova Sport (Bulgaria), Prima COOL (Czech Republic), YLE (Finland) and ProSieben Maxx (Germany).
EsportsTV is the world’s first 24/7 dedicated esports channel available through Viasat’s satellite platforms across the Nordic and Baltic regions, as well as through third-party suppliers such as Telia and Com Hem (Sweden), Telenor (Sweden and Norway), Waoo (Denmark), M7 Group (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Slovakia) and soon in Africa through Econet Media’s sport platform Kwesé Sport.