Esports Entertainment Group Inc. signs 60 affiliate Esports streamers

The licensed online gaming company, Esports Entertainment Group Inc, which specialises in Esports betting, announced during gamescom 2017, that it signed over 60 affiliate streamers. These streamers represent an audience of Esports viewers which attributed to more than 250 million online video views in the last 30 days.

Gamescom 2017, is considered to be the largest event for video and computer and games worldwide. This year the gamescom, was attended by 350,000 visitors, 650 journalists and 900 exhibitors from 106 countries. The conference is renowned as meeting point for international companies within the entertainment industry and the global gaming community.

The Esports Entertainment Group was represented by eight full- and part-time employees in a premium 10×20 booth. The presentation of the Esports wagering platform to Esports streamers, had a major impact on their signings.As partners of the Company, Esports streamers will be able to earn commission on all Esports gaming clients, which are registered and play with the Esports Entertainment Group.

As stated by Grant Johnson, currently in the position as CEO of Esports Entertainment Group, explained that the: “gamescom 2017 far surpassed our expectations. The overwhelming response from Esports streamers has served as further confirmation that our position as the safest, most secure and transparent Esports betting platform on the planet will be very well accepted. We are excited as we are set to launch with all of our new affiliate partners.”

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