- Allied Esports’ 24-hour Twitch stream has yielded success as the company reports numerous views
- In total, Allied Esports have received almost 50,000 new followers, 7,6 million unique visitors and over 13,4 million views
- Following the deeply-appreciated attention the stream has received, the company will look to expand its operations
Allied Esports has marked an important milestone for its 24-hour live streams success.
An Investment That Paid Off
Esports entertainment company Allied Esports has excitedly revealed that its project to stream a 24-hour program on Twitch has been successful: Since its launch in November 2020, the program has gotten Allied Esports almost 50,000 new followers. Additionally, the stream has received over 13,4 million live views and 7,6 million unique visitors.
Allied Esports’ CEO, Jud Hannigan, commented on the achievement. He is happy to have reached so many people and is thankful to all the video game fans who keep on watching Allied Esports’ premium content. Hannigan is looking forward to growing Allied Esports’ 24-hour stream by including even more unique productions and hopes to reach new audiences.
On its non-stop stream Allied Esports includes all kinds of exclusive content as well as exciting tournaments, produced by the company. As a part of its partnership with MuxIP, Allied Esports also streams on four other OTT platforms in order to reach a wider audience. The company boasts over 250 hours of tournament footage on AiryTV, FreebieTV, KlowdTV, and RAD.Live OTT platforms as well as on the Herogo, RiverTV, and SportsTribal streaming services.
The biggest tournaments are streamed across several days and feature notable and memorable moments from the said esports events.
A Leading Esports Visionary
Allied Esports is one of the biggest and most innovative esports companies. It often hosts all kinds of events that give the spotlight to professional players, content creators, team,s and the like.
The company owns one of the biggest esports venues – the HyperX Arena in Las Vegas. Thanks to its resources and infrastructure, Allied Esports produces numerous original events or supports other tournaments as a sponsor. In recent times, for example, Allied Esports teamed up with the streaming platform Trovo for its anniversary tournament.
Jud Hannigan envisions doubling down the company’s efforts on storytelling. In an interview with Esports Grizzly, the chief executive revealed that thanks to its rich variety of players, Allied Esports has a lot of stories it would like to tell.