This Friday GINX Esports TV’s Fight Night to be esports television’s first live ‘all-nighter’.
The 24/7 esports and gaming network – available in over 45m homes across 80 countries – is to stage a broadcast television first, by covering three live international esports events back-to-back and uninterrupted over the course of this weekend.
Beginning on Friday evening at 9pm BST, GINX will cover the OGN Apex S3 from Seoul, Korea; followed at midnight by live coverage of the Call of Duty World League in Anaheim, California; and ending the esports marathon live from Atlanta, Georgia at the much anticipated ELEAGUE CS:GO Clash for Cash rematch between Astralis and Virtus.Pro.
For the first time on broadcast television, esports fans will be able to watch three live major international events back-to-back, uninterrupted and commercial free.
Michiel Bakker, GINX TV CEO, told The Esports Observer “We’re delighted to bring three such important events to esports fans in the comfort of their front rooms. This is the one of many major programming events that viewers can expect to see on GINX Esports TV this year.”
GINX Esports TV is available for worldwide distribution.