NiMO TV to stream World Electronic Sports Games 2019
Global streaming platform NiMO TV is teaming up with Alisports for the World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) 2019. It will serve as the official broadcaster for the esports event, happening in Chongqing, China, from March 7 to 17.
As a game streaming platform, NiMO TV allows gamers from around the world to play and broadcast their games. It helps them build a community with like-minded audiences, and drive conversation and peer-to-peer rewards and recognition. Utilizing this interactive technology, WESG 2019 audiences can get a blow-by-blow update of the tournament from the comfort of their homes.
“We are excited of brining WESG 2019 to everyone via Nimo TV” says Henry Zhao, Nimo TV Overseas Executive. “[We] and Alisports share a common goal of bringing esports closer to the world, and we believe that this partnership made us achieve our goal,” Zhao added.
WESG opens battlegrounds
Alisports established the WESG series in 2016 as an international esports tournament. It currently holds the highest prize pool of any third-party competition across multiple titles amounting to $5.5 million.
As an “Olympic-style” tournament, WESG follows the Olympic standard where teams must consist of players from one nationality to emphasize national pride and encourage fans to partake in the competition. Among the title match games you can watch are Counter Strike: GO (CS:GO), HearthStone, DOTA 2, Star Craft II, Vain Glory, and PES 2019.
As the event’s official broadcast partner, NiMO TV remains true to its core of bringing exciting content for all of its subscribers.
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