About LetsPlay.Live


What is LetsPlay.Live?
LetsPlay.Live (also known as LPL) is an online platform that offers competitive gaming leagues across a variety of titles and skill levels. We are also an esports broadcast production company, creating world-class esports series’ and entertaining content for gamers year-round.

LPL offers gamers of all skill levels the chance to compete in an esports environment from casual to professional televised LAN events. Test your gaming skills across many different FPS, moba, sim-racing, and sports titles on PC, console and mobile. Play for bragging rights, as well as cash prize pools, and even pathways to international world championships! The competition is always improving – are you?

Who is LPL?
Based in New Zealand, LPL is an esports media company which operates on a global level.

Our goal is to build an ecosystem that will underpin the continued growth of global esports. We strive to empower players, viewers and partners alike to find purpose in competitive video games.

Our work takes the form of online and linear television broadcasts, event production, IP ownership and talent management. Through unique partnerships, we create esports and gaming projects that deliver outstanding experiences to our audience – and measurable commercial results for our partners.

How can I participate in LPL esports?
LPL hosts three seasons of esports tournaments throughout the calendar year, with a mini-season in November-December. If you're keen to test your skills against other gamers and even play for the chance to win prize money, head to the Play page on our website. There you can select the title you wish to compete in, sign up for your chosen division and get started!

Who have we worked with?
LPL delivers high visibility, world-class tournaments for brands and publishers. Publishers we have worked with include Activision, Ubisoft, Epic Games, Bandai Namco, Blizzard Entertainment Inc, Riot, Sony, Valve and 2K. Brands include NRL, Pringles, New Zealand Rugby, Logitech, NZME, Fonterra, PlayStation NZ, Carl’s Jr. and more.

LPL’s purpose-built esports broadcasting studio is based inside Auckland's Sky Tower at SkyCity. The Sky Tower is hard to miss – it’s the most iconic building in New Zealand and a key tourism destination.

Our studio delivers 4K and HD broadcasts and allows LPL to present live esports events held at the studio, at SkyCity Theatre (700pax), and at the New Zealand International Convention Centre Theatre (3,000pax), once opened.

Dedicated soundproof PC, console and commentator booths house ANZ esports competitions and play host to streamers and influencers. The studio links to most major venues in Australia and New Zealand allowing LPL to coordinate and broadcast events throughout the Asia Pacific region.

CyberGamer & LPL Today
In late 2018, LPL acquired Australian online esports tournament platform CyberGamer.com, founded by Jeremy "Asterix" Klaosen and James "[email protected]!" Burroughs in 2007. Originally, the goal of CyberGamer was to create a home for the Call of Duty community in Australia by supplying leagues, ladders and forums. As members of the community had gaming interests outside of the Call of Duty series also, CyberGamer began supporting a variety of games. Post-acquisition LPL strives to build upon the strong foundation laid by CyberGamer, keeping on top of the gaming scene by continuing to add new support for exciting upcoming titles while maintaining quality support for long-running titles.

The LPL community is currently 385,000 members strong!

If you have a query or question about a tournament, please open a support ticket here. If you’d like to get in touch with someone from the LPL team please use the contact form here, or join the LPL Community Discord here.