The esports tournament organizer ESL Gaming recently announced it had extended its partnership with the production company Maincast until 2027. According to a press release, Maincast will maintain the exclusive rights to broadcast all ESL tournaments in Russian as well as other CIS languages. These rights cover the entire ESL portfolio, including the ESL Pro Tour and ESL Mobile tournaments.
A partnership between both entities was first announced in 2020. That deal was originally set to expire in 2023.
“Maincast is one of our biggest media partners and expertly localizes our competitions to fans all over the CIS region. They are great to work with and we are particularly excited to see, through this seven-year partnership, how committed they are to significantly invest in esports long-term,” said Frank Uddo, the Senior Vice President of Global Media at ESL Gaming. “It is a testament to how integral esports has become within the region and we look forward to building even more success in the future with them.”
Maincast is one of the most well-known esports production companies in Eastern Europe. The organization was founded in June of 2018.
(All information was provided by Esports Insider and Maincast)
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