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Super League’s Galentine’s Games Wins 2021 Tempest Award for Best Diversity and Inclusion Initiative

Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 1:00pm

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Super League Gaming (Nasdaq: SLGG), a global leader in connecting consumer brands with video gamers of all ages in-stream, in-game, and in-content through creator communities, proprietary platforms, and esports properties, was named the winner of the 2021 Tempest Award for Best Diversity and Inclusion Initiative for the companys third annual Super League Arena Galentines Games, held this past February.

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  • SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Super League Gaming (Nasdaq: SLGG), a global leader in connecting consumer brands with video gamers of all ages in-stream, in-game, and in-content through creator communities, proprietary platforms, and esports properties, was named the winner of the 2021 Tempest Award for Best Diversity and Inclusion Initiative for the companys third annual Super League Arena Galentines Games, held this past February.
  • Each of the teams winnings went to support a womens-focused charity they selected, including Black Girls Code , Girls Who Code , Live Your Dream , and California Breast Cancer Research Program .
  • We are thrilled to be honored with this award, particularly for this very special initiative, said Ann Hand, Super League Chairman and CEO.
  • The tournament is a perfect example of Super Leagues mission to create inclusive opportunities for competitive gamers from often under-represented communities.

Esports Betting Industry On PC-Based Games Is On The Upswing

Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 1:55pm

A recent article on iGamingBusiness.com said that: "The issue for sportsbooks offering esports options is that now is not the right time to roll out betting options on mobile gaming.

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  • A recent article on iGamingBusiness.com said that: "The issue for sportsbooks offering esports options is that now is not the right time to roll out betting options on mobile gaming.
  • Most of the money is still in traditional esports played on PCs, and the industry has not adapted tournaments on a massive scale to mobile."
  • The esports betting industry on PC-based games is on the upswing, and sportsbooks need to capitalize on that while keeping an eye on the future.
  • In addition to Esports Technologies, sports betting industry leaders Draft Kings and Penn National as well as top retail and technology companies will be participating in the conference.

Esports Betting Industry On PC-Based Games Is On The Upswing

Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 1:55pm

PALM BEACH,  Fla., Oct. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- For a long time, the conversation in the gaming world was focused on mobile being the future of the industry. Now, in 2021, the future has officially arrived.  Our society is becoming more dependent on smartphones, with more than 90% of Americans owning a smartphone, and the rest of the developed world is only slightly behind the United States' pace. It is not a surprise that revenue from mobile gaming is rising, but the growth rate is something sportsbooks need to keep an eye on in the future. The more the common gamers pour their money into mobile gaming, the more sportsbooks will need to be ready to pounce. Already more than 40% of smartphone owners are paying at least $50 per month on games, which translates to $600 per year. That isn't a small sum for most people, and a quarter of the users are up to at least $1,000 per year on mobile gaming. Simply put, the future used to be mobile gaming, but it is becoming increasingly apparent that the future is here and the switch from PC gaming to mobile gaming is vital.   A recent article on iGamingBusiness.com said that: "The issue for sportsbooks offering esports options is that now is not the right time to roll out betting options on mobile gaming. While most users are starting to use mobile gaming more than PC or consoles, the competitive gaming world has not made the switch yet. Most of the money is still in traditional esports played on PCs, and the industry has not adapted tournaments on a massive scale to mobile." Active gaming and tech companies in the markets today include:  Esports Technologies (NASDAQ: EBET), Skillz (NYSE: SKLZ), Super League Gaming (NASDAQ: SLGG), Elys Game Technology, Corp. (NASDAQ: ELYS), Golden Nugget Online Gaming, Inc. (NASDAQ: GNOG).

Key Points: 
  • A recent article on iGamingBusiness.com said that: "The issue for sportsbooks offering esports options is that now is not the right time to roll out betting options on mobile gaming.
  • Most of the money is still in traditional esports played on PCs, and the industry has not adapted tournaments on a massive scale to mobile."
  • The esports betting industry on PC-based games is on the upswing, and sportsbooks need to capitalize on that while keeping an eye on the future.
  • In addition to Esports Technologies, sports betting industry leaders Draft Kings and Penn National as well as top retail and technology companies will be participating in the conference.

Super League Gaming Acquires Metaverse Ad Platform Bloxbiz

Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 1:15pm

Super League and the founders of Bloxbiz, Sam Drozdov and Ben Khakshoor, established a working partnership earlier this year, with Super League running multiple Roblox campaigns with top tier entertainment and streaming brands seeking fresh ways to connect with young audiences.

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  • Super League and the founders of Bloxbiz, Sam Drozdov and Ben Khakshoor, established a working partnership earlier this year, with Super League running multiple Roblox campaigns with top tier entertainment and streaming brands seeking fresh ways to connect with young audiences.
  • We believe the acquisition of Bloxbiz is game-changing for Super League, said Ann Hand, Chairman and CEO of Super League.
  • The more time we spent with the Super League team, the more we realized that being a part of what they are building is the most energizing way to advance our vision for Bloxbiz, said Sam Drozdov, Co-Founder and now Director of Bloxbiz at Super League.
  • Roblox is just the first stop on our mission to support creators across metaverse environments, added Ben Khakshoor, Bloxbiz co-founder and now Technical Director of Bloxbiz at Super League.

PRG and Super League Strike First-Of-Its-Kind Esports Events Production Partnership

Monday, September 13, 2021 - 1:00pm

The level of collaboration between PRG and Super League is singular and one-of-a-kind for the industry.

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  • The level of collaboration between PRG and Super League is singular and one-of-a-kind for the industry.
  • Together, Super League and PRG can leverage our diverse strengths and networks to push past current boundaries of the esports event fan experience, elevating all touchpoints from gameplay to sponsorship activations to live music to digital-to-physical engagement, said Matt Edelman, Chief Commercial Officer, Super League.
  • Within this strategic partnership, PRG will bring its 360 production services, including camera, virtual production, audio, broadcasting, and content team and operations to complement Super Leagues deep experience running tournaments and producing premium esports broadcasts and accompanying shareable digital content.
  • Together with Super League, we will create events that are more enjoyable for fans and effective for teams, leagues, and sponsors, said John Davidson, Director of Business Development, Esports for PRG.

Super League Sets September 2021 Financial Conference Schedule

Thursday, September 2, 2021 - 1:00pm

To schedule a one-on-one meeting, request a conference invitation, or receive additional information, please contact your conference representative or Super League Gamings investor relations team at +1 949.574.3860 or SLG@gatewayir.com .

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  • To schedule a one-on-one meeting, request a conference invitation, or receive additional information, please contact your conference representative or Super League Gamings investor relations team at +1 949.574.3860 or SLG@gatewayir.com .
  • Super League Gaming (Nasdaq: SLGG) is a leading video game entertainment and experiences company that gives tens of millions of players multiple ways to create, connect, compete, and enjoy the video games they love.
  • Through partnerships with top consumer brands, in-game player and brand monetization, and a fully virtual cloud-based video production studio, Super League is building a broadly inclusive business at the intersection of content creation, creator monetization, and both casual and competitive gameplay.
  • For more, go to superleague.com .

Super League Establishes Young Gamer and Core Gamer Audience Networks; Bolstered by Acquisition of Bannerfy, a Creator Monetization Platform

Thursday, August 12, 2021 - 1:00pm

The company also created a custom in-game Roblox campaign for Nickelodeon to promote the launch of the Patrick Star Show.

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  • The company also created a custom in-game Roblox campaign for Nickelodeon to promote the launch of the Patrick Star Show.
  • Recent sponsors choosing to grow awareness and engagement with 18-34 year-old gamers through Super League have included Hyundai, Sega, and Square Enix.
  • The increased level of excitement about Super League from ongoing and new partners since closing the acquisition of Mobcrush has been remarkable, said Matt Edelman, Chief Commercial Officer of Super League Gaming.
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