Esports community and content platform Super League Gaming has partnered with event production company Production Resource Group (PRG).
According to the release, the partnership seeks to provide a ‘full spectrum of event support to the esports community’.
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Matt Edelman, Chief Commercial Officer, Super League Gaming, commented: “The esports ecosystem is extremely broad and varied, and decidedly global. Together, Super League Gaming 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. With PRG’s global network of locations and resources, Super League Gaming can now activate anywhere at scale.
“PRG’s capabilities offer us the opportunity to help reimagine game releases and showcase gaming worlds like never before. Leveraging this new technology alongside our Virtualis Studios cloud-based remote production system will enable a new suite of solutions designed to deliver lasting memories to fans all over the world.”
As a result of the deal, PRG will provide Super League Gaming with its production services, including camera, virtual production, audio, broadcasting, operations and content team to help the platform with operating tournaments and producing esports broadcasts with shareable digital content.
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John Davidson, Director of Business Development, Esports for PRG, said: “PRG’s extensive capabilities in live, hybrid and virtual events and our cutting-edge technology allows us to break barriers and create unforgettable experiences.
“Together with Super League Gaming, we will create events that are more enjoyable for fans and effective for teams, leagues, and sponsors.”
Based in New York, PRG focuses on providing services and solutions for entertainment and events, including virtual production and xR (extended reality). Besides supporting a handful of esports competitions, PRG currently provides its services for the ongoing Fortnite Spotlight Series.
Esports Insider says: This marks another addition to Super League Gaming’s growing roster of partners, as the platform continues to expand its audience reach. Given the PRG’s area of expertise, this collaboration will surely help elevate Super League’s broadcast production.