Maincast secures ESL Pro Tour rights in Russia and CIS

Members of the Pittsburgh Knights, and other teams, compete in the ESL Mobile Open during DreamHack Atlanta 2019 (by Chris Thelen/Getty Images)

Esports broadcast and content production company Maincast has secured exclusive rights in Russia and CIS markets, including Ukraine and Georgia, to esports properties operated by ESL and DreamHack.

The three-year deal will run through to February 2023, and covers ESL and DreamHack’s joint Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) tournament circuit, ESL Pro Tour, as well as DreamHack’s DreamLeague and ESL’s Dota 2 tournament circuit.

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