Enthusiast Gaming’s esports organization, Luminosity Gaming, was recently ranked by Streams Charts as the most popular esports community in March of this year on Twitch. Luminosity Gaming reported 40 million hours of content watched, which was 15 million more hours than the next closest esports organization.
“The surging popularity of Luminosity is a testament to the incredible talent of our players and creators, as well as the loyalty of our fans,” said Adrian Montgomery, the CEO of Enthusiast Gaming. “Luminosity Gaming is a strategic asset and a critical component of the integrated customer offering in our overall flywheel of diversified media and entertainment properties, adding an exciting and tangible element to our overall growth potential.”
Enthusiast Gaming is the largest gaming media platform in North America, reaching over 300 million monthly users. In February, Luminosity Gaming finished as the second-most-watched esports organization on Twitch.
Luminosity Gaming is one of the biggest globally recognized esports organizations in North America. They have seven teams and over 50 competitors with a fanbase of 70 million gamers.
The Profit‘s Take:
Luminosity can thank xQc for their position on Twitch’s most-watched list. xQc’s stream has been on fire lately and experienced massive growth. If his success continues, he will bring Luminosity along for the ride. Smart signing by Luminosity.
(All information was provided by Yahoo! Finance and Luminosity Gaming)
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