The American call of Duty Chicago Huntsmen and the US army have entered into a partnership agreement. The team announced this on Twitter. Details of the collaboration are unknown.
In December 2019, the military Department changed the budget allocation for 2020, abandoning television in favor of digital technologies. Two months later, the US Navy announced a partnership with DreamHack and ESL, and in March, it became known about the army’s collaboration with the organization Evil Geniuses. Another similar deal was reported in April — when the US national guard became a partner of the Complexity Limit Guild from World of Warcraft.
Chicago Huntsmen is an American club that was founded in September 2019. It is owned by NRG eSports. Since 2020, the team participates in the professional Call of Duty League, in which it became the champion of the second week of the competition in Atlanta. For the first place, the Chicago Huntsmen earned $50 thousand.
“We are interested in cooperation” – the organizers of BEYOND EPIC appealed to bloggers on YouTube
The management of Epic Esports Events turned to bloggers who publish highlights and other materials from the BEYOND EPIC Dota 2 tournament on their YouTube channels. According to the organizers, they are open to cooperation, but ask to fulfill certain conditions, which you can learn more about by email.
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Epic Esports Events:
“Dear YouTube bloggers! We know that many of you are fans of our EPIC tournaments. This is a small but extremely important message — for you.
We are interested in collaborating and sharing content — including within the framework of the BEYOND EPIC tournament. You can publish videos with our commentators ‘ voice-overs, match highlights, and other content on your channels if you meet simple conditions.
If you are interested in cooperation, please contact email@example.com specifying a link to your YouTube channel. We will tell you what you need to do to prevent your videos from getting strikes.
Let’s share a beautiful DotA!»
BEYOND EPIC for Europe and the CIS runs online from June 15 to 28. Teams play a prize pool of $200 thousand.