Tundra Esports strikes streaming partnership with Streamcoi

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British esports organisation Tundra Esports has announced a partnership with streaming management company Streamcoi.

Through the collaboration, Tundra Esports will utilise Streamcoi’s technology to expand its commercial partners’ reach to new audiences.

Specifically, the agreement allows Tundra Esports to leverage Streamcoi’s tools to automate various existing processes, such as launching dedicated campaigns and accessing real-time reports. According to the press release, this level of automation is expected to elevate streamer management and monetisation to ‘new heights’.

Tundra Esports is a British esports organisation most known for winning The International in 2022. Alongside, Dota 2 the organisation fields teams in Fortnite and Rocket League. Streamcoi has become the latest company to join the organisation’s growing roster of partners, which boasts the likes of PSG Esports and sports betting operator Winline, among others.

Streamcoi is a reputable partner for numerous esports organisations and companies, specialising in software development that enables streamers to automate tasks, freeing up their time for content creation. The company’s services also include stream analytics and simplified brand integrations which aims to enhance overall streaming experiences.

Berlin International Gaming (BIG) and FURIA are amongst the esports organisations to have partnered with Streamcoi. Just earlier this year, the company also teamed up with Team Vitality to boost its visibility on Twitch.

Craig Wood, Senior Marketing Manager of Tundra Esports, commented on the partnership: “Tundra Esports is making great strides in our digital output, and we recognise the importance of leveraging technological tools to handle our rapidly expanding roster of players and talent.

“Streamcoi provides us with the essential tools to manage asset integration across our active streams, helping to drive exposure and value to our partners.”

Radina Koutsafti
Radina has been a Freelance Journalist for Esports Insider since 2021. When not playing Apex Legends, she enjoys writing about tech, equality and education in esports.