Major esports content company finalizes merger


Major esports content company finalizes merger

31st Mar 2017

American Leisure Holdings, Inc. and GG Media Network have finalized a merger, creating even more momentum for the parent company of GG Studios ??' a rising esports media production company. Christian Bishop, co-founder of GG Studios, will remain in management and server as the CEO for American Leisure.

GG Studios works with publishers and sponsors to create and distribute original eSports content for both television and digital platforms. The Company intends on becoming the industry leader in development of premium content for eSports fans.

GG Studios is focused on non-scripted content production. It provides specialised production for television and digital platforms. As for talent management and brand sponsorship this is a segment of esports which is growing at a fast pace, with large non-endemic sponsors coming in this means the money is flowing and players especially are well placed to grow their personal ‘brands’.

The company has three divisions detailed on their company portfolio:

GG Studios | Non-scripted Content Production: Provides specialized production on a wide range of hand-picked projects related to the eSports industry, it’s players, and the fans that fuel its exponential growth. GG Studios creates non-scripted content for television and digital platforms.

Talent Management and Brand Sponsorship: Focused in areas such as product, cross-promotion, digital rights management, monetization/sales, and audience development with the goal of providing both amateur and professional video game players, the services and proprietary tools to help manage their channels and grow their audience, while simultaneously garnering brand deals.

eSports Events Management Division: Manages and promotes running officially accredited video game tournaments garnered through partnerships and collaborations with developers, vendors, and sponsors.

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