eSports1 will go live on Thursday as part of the operator’s MySports Pro premium offering which will carry the channel exclusively.
MySports already broadcasts and weekly eSports show, Arena eSports, supplementing it earlier this year with the self-produced series Good Game – die (e)Sports-Revolution.
eSports1 will include at least 1,200 live hours of eSports events annually, as well as highlights and magazine programmes produced in-house. Programming will be managed by a specialised editorial team in collaboration with experts and influencers from the German-speaking eSports community, according to the company. eSports events will be covered in German and broadcast from an in-house eSports studio, with coverage given to key titles such as League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter Strike, Overwatch and FIFA.
eSports1 will take the place of Sport1 US in the operator’s German-language package. US NHL and NBA games will continue to be broadcast on the group’s Sport1+ channel.
Steffi Buchli, director of programming, MySports said: “In addition to the classic types of TV sports, from the very start of broadcasting we have included this new kind of sport. The creation of the new channel eSPORTS1 shows that we were right on target. By integrating eSports1 in the MySports Pro channel package, we are making a significant further expansion to our offerings for the eSports-minded target group.”
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