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Major League Gaming

mlg.com

Founded Year

2002

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$72.88M

Valuation

$0000 

About Major League Gaming

Major League Gaming (MLG) is a professional video game league. The company is creating a sports media business that provides players, developers, publishers, media partners, and advertisers a connection to the video game lifestyle. Major League Gaming operates a multi-city US Pro-Circuit and hosts a website that aims to bring together a community of online players and fans, online tournament play, and media content (video, editorial, photos, pro statistics and user generated content). Major League Gaming develops original programming which is aired on USA Networks and distributed through its broadband business at www.mlgpro.com.

Headquarters Location

420 Lexington Ave Suite 2240

New York, New York, 10170,

United States

212-370-1444

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Latest Major League Gaming News

343 Industries and Major League Gaming join together in new Halo Esports partnership

Dec 15, 2017

eSports are a massive deal. In a new partnership, Major League Gaming is joining forces with 343 industries to bring Halo’s eSports scene into the future. The HCS (Halo Championship Series) enjoyed record viewership over the past year, and the team behind it have been taking a brand new hands-on approach to communicating with fans and creating a full eSports experience. The partnership means that 343 will be hosting the Halo Championship Series on MLG’s GameBattles service. We’re excited to announce a brand new partnership between two old friends. @Halo and @MLG are back in 2018. Get the details here: https://t.co/D3ZhlEjMNd pic.twitter.com/iM7mgcJMw5 The reasoning for the partnership comes down to MLG’s long history with the Halo franchise, dating back to the beginning of MLG where Halo: Combat Evolved was one of the favored games. 343 was vague about just what kind of improvements MLG will bring to the table for fans of Halo eSports, but they were specific about one thing: this year’s HCS will premiere Jan. 13 on GameBattles.

Major League Gaming Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Major League Gaming founded?

    Major League Gaming was founded in 2002.

  • Where is Major League Gaming's headquarters?

    Major League Gaming's headquarters is located at 420 Lexington Ave, New York.

  • What is Major League Gaming's latest funding round?

    Major League Gaming's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Major League Gaming raise?

    Major League Gaming raised a total of $72.88M.

  • Who are the investors of Major League Gaming?

    Investors of Major League Gaming include Activision Blizzard, Oak Investment Partners, IDF CAPITAL, Legion Enterprises and Ritchie Capital Management.

  • Who are Major League Gaming's competitors?

    Competitors of Major League Gaming include Caffeine and 4 more.

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