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Super League Gaming Launches “Spring Break” In Minehut

At the beginning of April, Super League Gaming announced the launch of Minehut’s “Spring Break,” a customized gameplay experience for the organization’s Minecraft community. “Spring Break” will include three simultaneous adventures, two in a continued partnership with Moose Toys, and a third supported by the Logitech G Color Collection.

“The past year has been so hard on kids. We’re thankful to be able to continue offering young gamers a fun way to escape difficult daily routines and socialize with friends in a kid-safe environment,” said Matt Edelman, the Chief Commercial Officer of Super League Gaming. “With the support of our terrific partners, almost 200,000 players per day within Minehut can enjoy creative in-game experiences that exemplify the positivity of gaming.”

According to SLG, Minehut is a “freemium” server provider which can be viewed by over 250,000 users a month. Minehut provides every user with 2 free servers, they have 12 plugin slots, 10 max players, and 1GB of ram allocated.

The Profit‘s Take:

Absolutely no one should be buying Super League stock. This is the worst investment in all of esports. I would rather you buy a 100 Thieves hoodie. However, I am thinking of starting a competing Minecraft server considering the market seems to value this at hundreds of millions of dollars.

(All information was provided by Super League Gaming and Globe Newswire)

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