Some of the top eSports ogranizations have banded together under a common cause: Creating better tournaments for teams and sponsors. In an email sent out to top competition organizers, the newly created Team Union have listed their demands for 2016, and they're pretty steep.
Kinguin have pulled all sponsorships from eSports, until latest September. Flag bearers such as Fnatic, TSM and Nihilum are just a few affected by the restructuring, as well as their very own CS:GO team.
ESL have announced the world's first 24/7 Counter-Strike streaming channel, streaming Counter-Strike around the clock using a new cloud-based content management system. Is this bringing eSports broadcasting one step closer to Television?