#HomeSweetHome welcomes RuHub as broadcast partner
Event organiser Relog Media and information supplier GRID have partnered with RuHub for the upcoming #HomeSweetHome event.
The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive occasion can be broadcast in Russian as a part of the deal.
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#HomeSweetHome has a $320,000 (£276,081.60) prize pool and can happen over eight weeks, commencing with its opening event between March 31st and April fifth. $30,000 (24,086.71) will go the winner of every of the standalone tournaments, which comprise of a double-elimination group stage that leads into single-elimination playoffs.
The purpose of the occasion collection is to fill the hole left by coronavirus, the worldwide pandemic that has had a drastic impact on many esports tournaments. Both ESL Pro League and team-owned league FLASHPOINT have been affected by the continuing outbreak.
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Anton Oleinik, CEO of RuHub, spoke on the partnership: “We are happy to announce our partnership with the #HomeSweetHome tournament series. Now we face a difficult challenge: to hold as many interesting events as possible in an online format and try to fill in the gaps from the cancellation of events as much as possible. Take care of your health, take care of your family, and watch the games of your favorite teams from home — this will be the best support for the esports industry.”
RuHub acquired the Russian broadcast rights to FLASHPOINT earlier this month, planning to broadcast the occasion on its Twitch channel.
Esports Insider says: It’s good to see Relog Media and GRID decide to filling the hole left by COVID-19 with this collection, and bringing in companions such as RuHub is actually efficient in extending its potential attain. We’re intrigued to see how the broadcast appears to be like for the collection with these specific corporations concerned.
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