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Daily Digest: Real Madrid learning to think like a digital media company and DAZN to broadcast World Cup highlights in Germany

Real Madrid going from sports team to media company, Facebook allows live rewind and DAZN to show World Cup highlights in Germany.

F1 announce that the Formula One Esports Series is back for another season.

The popular esports title is back at Gfinity for another season.

Digital Sport London: Esports Special

After covering OTT and VR/AR so far this year, the third big topic we’re going to look into is the role esports has within the sports industry. It’s a topic we’ve covered

Digital Sport London: Join us for an exposé on esports

Digital Sport London is back in March with an event on our monthly topic: Esports. Join us at Gfinity in London on March 27th for an expose on one of the rising stars of the sports industry.

UNILAD Esports to take the final roster spot in Gfinity’s Elite Series Season Three

Gfinity yesterday announced that UNILAD Esports, backed by its global media powerhouse namesake, has signed-up to the Elite Series for Season 3 replacing Reason Gaming. With a £250,000 prize pot

Gfinity expands roster with Hashtag United joining Elite Series Season Three

Hashtag United joins Gfinity Elite Series for Season Three.

Fnatic announces its participation in Gfinity’s third Elite Series

Fnatic have announced that they will join Gfinity’s expanded 10-team league as it returns for its third season.

Gfinity Elite Series Scores EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Qualifying Spots

Gfinity has announced that EA SPORTS™ FIFA 18 will be joining the Elite Series for Season 3 when it launches in March 2018. The addition of the world’s most played sports

F1 Esports World Championship shows potential of partnerships when done right

Yesterday, the first ever F1 Esports World Championship semi-finals took place at Gfinity in London. 40 ‘drivers’ were battling it out for the 20 grid positions available at the grand

Esports comes to the BBC in first of its kind deal

‘Big announcement,’ reads the first sentence of the BBC’s statement. And they’re not wrong. For the first time, the British national broadcaster will show live Esports on their now purely