The mainstream media have hit considerably by Gaming and e-Sports. So, you can find live tournaments of FIFA on TBS and ESPN is advertising Counter Strike. It has been considered one of the Global Offensive games as if they were championship boxing events. Sony and Twitter have started jumping into the profitable industry and it was a matter of time prior to joining the contest from Facebook. An announcement was made today by the e-Sports leader. The ESL has announced that it has made a deal with the social networking giant to stream exclusive events and content in 6 languages. All of them will be centered for the elite Rank S Counter-Strike (Global Offensive competition).
A press release indicated that ESL will bring at least 5,500 hours of e-Sports content to Facebook with more than 1,500 of exclusive to the platform. These contents will include the elite Rank S Counter-Strike (Global Offensive matches, ESL One and Intel Extreme Masters events). All events will be streamed in 6 languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Polish and Portuguese. An original 30-minute Facebook Live series has also announced by the social giant. It will look back at CS/GO matches highlights and a showcase of top players including a rapidly rising talent. The e-Sports of ESL and Facebook programming will start streaming from the month of June 2017. It will be viewed from the Facebook page of ESEA.