Beyond the Summit (BTS) is a new-media company based out of Los Angeles, California that creates and broadcasts high-quality eSports content. Since its founding in March 2012, BTS has organized, hosted and commentated many of Dota 2’s most prestigious tournaments, including Valve’s $18.4 million The International 2015.
ESL's official channel for CS:GO tournaments, including the IEM series. ESL, originally Electronic Sports League, is an eSports company which organizes competitions world-wide. ESL is the world's largest esports company, and the oldest professional esports organization that is still operational. Based in Cologne, Germany, ESL has eleven offices and multiple international TV studios globally. ESL is the largest eSports company to broadcast on Twitch.
DreamHack (DH) is the world's largest computer festival, a local area network gathering with live concerts and competitions in digital art and gaming. It is arranged twice per year at the Elmia Exhibition and Convention Centre in Jönköping, Sweden. It holds the world record (as recognized by the Guinness Book of Records and Twin Galaxies) for the world's largest LAN party and computer festival, and has held the record for the world's fastest Internet connection, and the record in most generated traffic. The Internet connection record was beaten in 2012 by the second largest computer festival in the world: The Gathering in Norway.
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DreamHack continues to expand the Hearthstone Grand Prix Circuit, hosting tournaments at more DreamHack events than ever in 2017. The Hearthstone Grand Prix is featured at seven DreamHack events, each stop hosting a major open swiss tournament for everyone willing to compete. The 16 top players move on to single elimination, vying for honor and a slice of the $25,000 prize pool.
VGBootCamp is one of the largest Smash Bros. channels in the world.
The official channel of Hi-Rez, the developers of SMITE.
The ASUS ROG DreamLeague is a new League by DreamHack and ASUS ROG as well as Roccat, TheGDStudio and Swedish TV channel TV6. The long-term goal is to create the world’s most prestigious Dota 2 league with focus on Europe and North America. DreamHack will work closely with the team organisations and make them partners to the league, but also keep them independent. On top of getting top exposure at Twitch.TV and TV6, DreamLeague also provide teams with travel support to LAN finals, stream and broadcast statistics, and also kick-back on specific revenue streams.