Major League Gaming is a digital network to promote eSports globally through premier competition and to deliver premium gaming content to viewers anytime, anywhere through its global streaming platform. It operates MLG.tv, an online broadcast network for professional level competitive gaming; the MLG Pro Circuit, the longest-running eSports league in North America; and GameBattles, the largest cross platform online gaming tournament system with 9 million registered users across the globe.
Each month, Major League Gaming reaches millions of fans via web, mobile, connected TVs, and gaming consoles. It was launched in 2002 by Sundance DiGiovanni and Michael Sepso. The network is based in New York, N.Y.
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