Recent big-value rights deals in China for esports content have raised hopes for the emergence of a new market. But the dynamics between publishers, media platforms and audiences may not favour it.
Huya has moved to formally terminate a merger agreement with fellow live streaming service DouYu after China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) vetoed the proposed deal, citing concern o…
Esports tournament organiser Blast Premier has extended its exclusive media rights deal with Chinese streaming service Douyu for an additional year
The English Premier League has agreed a deal with Chinese video sharing platform Bilibili, coinciding with the launch of the league’s esports event in the country, according to SportsMoney.cn in China.
Huya has agreed a deal to acquire fellow live streaming service DouYu in a stock-for-stock merger deal that is set to create a live online gaming streaming giant in China
Esports organisations ESL and DreamHack have agreed a rights deal with Chinese streaming platform DouYu
Chinese streaming platform Douyu has acquired broadcast rights to esports’ Blast Premier 2020 Counter Strike tournament.
Chinese esports streaming platform DouYu, which is backed by social media and gaming giant Tencent Holdings, are planning to partner with global investment company Mitsui & Co