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Allied Esports Sees Success with 24-Hour Twitch Content Strategy



Allied Esports

One of the more popular esports teams that utilize the Amazon owned Twitch platform is Allied Esports, and they are boasting some incredible results following a recent 24-hour Twitch content strategy.

According to an official press release, Allied Esports officially surpassed 13 Million Live Views and 7 Million Unique Views since the launch of their channel back in November 2020. Those number are incredible for any of the twitch channels on the platform.

“The market for esports content is growing rapidly, and we are all-in on delivering our popular tournament broadcasts to fans across a diverse set of digital platforms,” said Jud Hannigan, CEO of Allied Esports. “As the past several months have proven, gaming fans want to watch competitive, high-quality content and with weekly productions across multiple continents, we have the ability to grow our distribution library and reach new audiences quickly and broadly.”

Allied Esports’ around-the-clock Twitch programming includes a wide selection of recent and classic Allied Esports event broadcasts from North America and Europe. Highlights include online and LAN community competitions such as Knockdown! featuring Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, Frags featuring Fortnite and the Strafe Series featuring VALORANT; top-tier competition from the Legend Series and other professional tournaments; and original high-profile event productions, including Ninja Vegas ’18 and PlayTime™ with KittyPlays.

More than 250 hours of competition broadcasts from HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas and international online tournaments are now available on the Allied Esports channel on OTT platforms RAD.Live, AiryTV, FreebieTV and KlowdTV, joining previously announced streaming services Herogo, RiverTV and SportsTribal.

Anthony DiMoro is the creator of Sports Rants and the CEO of Elite Rank Media. He is a former Contributor for Forbes and the Huffington Post where he covered sports, social media, and SEO. Anthony formerly hosted the 'Forbes SportsMoney Podcast'.