Esports community and content platform Super League Gaming has announced a partnership with streaming service Trovo.
According to the release, the partnership is largely centred around Mobcrush, a streaming toolkit recently acquired by Super League Gaming. As a result of the deal, Mobcrush’s multicasting software will be completely integrated into Trovo.
Per the announcement, Mobcrush’s integration will make it easier for Trovo streamers and content creators to broadcast to additional destinations and expand audiences across multiple platforms at the same time.
Mike Wann, Chief Strategy Officer for Super League, commented: “Creators are always looking for new opportunities to grow their audience reach. Trovo’s new platform and its investments in creator tools and support align with our mission at Super League to help creators pursue their passion with confidence and belief in their future.”
In addition, the partnership also includes Mobcrush’s ‘Sponsored Live Breaks’ engagement solution. When a Trovo streamer is away from the stream during a live session, the system connects sponsors to AI-generated gameplay highlights that are produced in real-time.
Super League Gaming’s commercial portfolio includes the likes of Samsung and Netflix. Moreover, Trovo selected Allied Esports to create and produce a new esports tournament series this year.
Esports Insider says: Trovo is growing fast and partnering with them seems like a wise business move. Moreover, integrating Super League Gaming’s Mobcrush software should help develop Trovo’s platform even further.