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Whether you’re new to eSports or involved with it for years, many competitions are vying for your attention. There’s a lot at stake in money and fame just like what you get with NBA odds, so knowing which companies are top dogs in eSports can help you decide who to root for.
They are kings in the field, leading the way and pioneers who have made it big. Below are some of the top eSports Companies:
Cloud 9 was founded in 2013 by Jack Etienne when he was still a teenager. As an avid gamer, he started selling computer hardware and software through his website, which soon became one of the largest eSports platforms.
He founded Cloud 9, an organization dedicated to supporting professional teams and casual gamers alike through coaching and training programs and other services such as travel arrangements and equipment rentals.
Today, Cloud 9 has become one of the biggest names in eSports, with over 20 million followers across social media channels like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter — not to mention their website.
Activision Blizzard is the largest video game publisher globally, and it also owns several major esports teams, including Team Liquid and Cloud9. The company entered the esports space in 2015 by acquiring Major League Gaming (MLG).
At that time, MLG had been hosting events for almost a decade, but it was still considered an upstart compared to its competitors like ESL or MLG Pro. MLG eventually changed its name to Activision Blizzard Media Networks (ABMN), which operates under its umbrella. 
ABMN now oversees all esports activities for ATVI, including the Overwatch League and Call of Duty World League (CWL).
Twitch was founded in 2011 as a live streaming platform for video games. Amazon acquired the company in 2014 for $970 million and now employs over 1,000 people. 
In 2017 alone, Twitch had more than 2 million active streamers broadcasting more than 15 billion minutes of content. BetUs players also credit Twitch for its simplicity.
Electronic Arts was founded in 1982 as California Pacific Computer Company before being renamed Electronic Arts Incorporated (EAI) in 1985. 
EA is known for developing popular sports games like FIFA Soccer and Madden NFL, among others, as well as first-person shooters like Battlefield V: Battle Royale Edition.
Riot Games is a game publisher and developer. The firm was started in 2006 by passionate gamers who think that the player experience defines a great game. Riot’s League of Legends was released to widespread acclaim.
Over 100 million individuals play the game monthly, making it the most widely known PC game globally. Players are the cornerstone of our community, and it is for them that the League of Legends gameplay continues to expand and improve.
This is a video game publisher, development, and electronic distribution organization. Portal, Left 4 Dead, and Team Fortress are among the company’s best-selling game series. Valve also creates video games (Source Filmmaker) and hardware gadgets (such as Steam Machines).
Valve is best known for developing Half-Life 2 (2004), a science fiction first-person shooter with a highly lauded plot and gameplay. Between 1998 and 2004, Half-Life garnered over 50 Games of the Year honors from major gaming publications.
Tencent Holdings is a Chinese investment holding conglomerate among the world’s largest technology companies by revenue. 
It offers a variety of internet and mobile products and services, including social networks, online advertising, entertainment, and payment services. 
Tencent’s online retail services are integrated with its gaming ecosystem.
This is an American game and Software Company based in Cary, North Carolina, founded in 1991, Ltd. Epic Games was established as a video game developer in 1995. 
The company has 300+ employees in North Carolina, Europe, and Asia, including its headquarters in Cary, North Carolina.
Nintendo is the largest game firm by revenue. It develops, markets, and distributes video games for its popular Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Wii video game systems, and the Nintendo 3DS handheld system. 
Nintendo has created legendary characters such as Mario, Link, Donkey Kong, and Pikachu.
Nintendo also owns a majority stake in The Pokémon Company, which manages the Pokémon brand outside Asia. The company has also been involved with theme parks and other entertainment ventures.
Here we’ve listed some of the largest and most prominent eSports companies to provide an accessible database for anyone interested in entering the field. Hopefully, these sites and the BetUs guide can help you on your journey.
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Leading global crypto platform Coinbase expands partnership with BIG and acquires main-partner rights in one the of the largest esport club deals within Europe.
Following a productive collaboration that started in August 2021, Coinbase has now become the main partner of Germany’s most successful CS:GO team.
As part of the multi-million dollar deal, Coinbase has acquired main partner rights to BIG’S CS:GO department as well as an extensive media rights package that includes a main-partner position on BIG’s official player jersey. Together with Coinbase, BIG will continue to do a wide variety of activations including community events, tournaments and money-can’t-buy fan experiences.
The deal comes following the multi-million dollar acquisition of membership slots in both the BLAST Premier and ESL Pro League circuits, indicating the attractiveness of these elite leagues to partners. As a partner team, BIG will continue competing in these circuits for the long-term future, continuing with the BLAST Premier Spring Final in Lisbon this Summer.
BIG’s CS:GO players will already wear the new jersey at their upcoming events, with multiple large LAN championships on the horizon for the team. The deal itself was facilitated by SPORTFIVE, to whom we are exceptionally thankful for their excellent cooperation!
Statement Daniel Finkler, CEO
The extension of the partnership with Coinbase as the new BIG CS:GO Main Partner is a significant milestone for our organization. The financial scope of the partnership demonstrates that the acquisition of the BLAST Premier and ESL Pro League Partner Slots in 2021 proved to be the best decision we could have made. Together with Coinbase, we will compete in the largest and most prestigious esports competitions globally.
It honors me a lot that we were able to win the world’s leading crypto platform as a long-term partner. Over the past few years, Coinbase has become a market leader in the rapidly growing and extremely exciting crypto market. As the main partner, Coinbase will contribute significantly to the further development and growth of Berlin International Gaming. Jointly, we have developed a very comprehensive rights package that will also be visually reflected on our channels. Additionally, Coinbase will have the main partner slot on the official BIG CS:GO Jersey. I am very grateful for the trust in BIG and look forward to working with Chris Grundy and the Coinbase team. A big thank you also goes to SPORTFIVE for the excellent cooperation and facilitation of one of the largest esport deals in the DACH region!
Statement Coinbase
“BIG has been a fantastic partner since summer 2021,” says Sascha Rangoonwala, Country Manager Germany at Coinbase. “This partnership with Germany’s leading eSports organisation, BIG, has proven to help us better reach digital natives and educate them about the benefits and risks of cryptocurrencies. That’s why we’ve now deepened the partnership and look forward to driving the awareness and adoption of crypto assets in Germany together.”
Eike Gyllensvärd, President Esports at SPORTFIVE:
„We are beyond excited to be able to bring together such two strong brands and further develop their partnership going forward. This announcement is a testament to the deep industry experience and esports expertise that SPORTFIVE offers to rights-holders and brands alike.”
By is one of the leading global providers across the whole spectrum of esports services, offering a full range of B2B solutions to betting operators worldwide.  Today, and its partner eRushIT are proud to announce a secondary stream expansion of the popular Rush Football Valhalla Cup Tournament.
The launch of the second Valhalla Cup stream will increase the available content, as well as the number of choices for bettors. First and second streams supplement each other as they start at different times, so when one stream has a break to prepare for the next match, the match on the other stream is already in progress.
What is the Valhalla Cup?
The Valhalla Cup is a 24/7 Rush Football Tournament, streamed live on the interactive streaming platform Twitch. The Cup is played by real players on a Playstation 5 and is organized by eRushIT, with supplying odds feed, risk management and integrity services. The matches between the players (who must all be 18+ years) are available for wagering, both pre-match and live.
The Valhalla Cup, launched in September 2021, has already gained a foothold in the global market and is offered by prominent operators such as, RETAbet, Picklebet, Thunderpick, and others. The Cup is immensely popular on mobile devices, with more than 80% of the Twitch views coming from mobile.
The success the Cup has been enjoying among bettors is attributed to the nature of the tournament with its quick 10-minute contests, the constant streaming of matches and, in turn, opportunities to bet. Every day more than 100 unique matches are broadcast.
Another, equally important reason for the Cup’s success, is the integrity of the games. Both and eRushIT are extremely strict when it comes to integrity monitoring, working closely with the esports regulatory body ESIC (Esports Integrity Commission). To this end, all Cup matches are closely monitored and supervised by referees of eRushIt while the betting activity is closely reviewed in real-time by through its risk management solution.
Marek Suchar, Co-Founder & Managing Director at comments on the new developments:Since its launch, bettors have embraced the Valhalla Cup and its potential for fun and wagering, any time of day or night, from anywhere in the world. At, we are happy to be the backbone of this stellar solution, offering what we do the best in the world: the widest selection of live markets and highest uptime,  along with a flawless risk management solution. We are thrilled to provide the Valhalla Cup’s second stream and we are certain that it won’t be the last”. is a world-leading B2B provider of esports odds feeds, risk management services, iFrame solution, marketing services, and more. The company maximizes its partners’ profitability by combining machine learning algorithms with advanced data science. features a team with 50+ years of combined experience in online betting and esports, with a track record of successfully business with some of the most complex global sportsbooks and platform providers, powering solutions for Betway, Yolo Group, EEG, Aspire Global, Altenar, Softswiss among many other sportsbooks and platform providers on a global scale.
eRushIT is a company organizing 24/7 esports events and live streams of sport simulators such as football. The company employs experienced professionals in Czech Republic. eRushIT is a member of ESIC (Esports Integrity Commission).
– The Tiny Digital Factory unveils metaverse motoring with real brands, real cars, and authentic skill-based driving experiences –
The Tiny Digital Factory, a leading developer and publisher of world-class racing and motorsport games, is thrilled to announce Infinite Drive – the world’s first real driving metaverse. Ushering in a new era of racing games fuel-injected by web3 technology, Infinite Drive rolls out worldwide on mobile devices in Q4 2022.
Testing players’ driving skills with high-octane fun, Infinite Drive combines accessible and authentic gameplay with stunning recreations of officially licensed cars. The Tiny Digital Factory has long-standing relationships with world-class carmakers such as McLaren, Porsche, Mercedes AMG, and Ford, while Infinite Drive’s showroom already includes high-performance cars from Renault, Alpine, Ruf and W Motors. Many more licenses are set to be confirmed within a few months, bringing Infinite Drive up to a full complement of over 150 officially licensed cars from more than 20 automotive brands.
Designed by racing fans for racing fans, Infinite Drive’s simulation-based gameplay brings the thrill of being in the driver’s seat to the mobile metaverse. Players will be able to feel, hear and experience each car’s unique characteristics out on track, competing online to earn the acclaim of being the number one driver. With the power of web3 technology, highly-skilled drivers can even ‘race to earn’; taking the wheel on behalf of other players, entering official races, competitions and even sharing in the winnings, just like a real-world racing team!
As well as ‘race to earn’, meaningful integration of web3 technology allows players to build, trade and own their own dream car collection as they compete for pole position on track. Starting in Summer 2022, Infinite Drive will offer an initial collection of licensed NFT cars from premium real-world brands, which will provide immediate access to the game’s closed Alpha phase. However, there is no requirement for players to own a car to enjoy Infinite Drive and hone their racing skill, and the full game will be free-to-play on iOS and Android.

Stéphane Baudet, Founder and CEO at The Tiny Digital Factory, commented:“With its game-first engine architecture and unique digital car ownership, Infinite Drive is the zenith of twenty years of making driving simulation games. For decades, racing fans have been staring lovingly at dream cars in virtual garages. So we’ve used web3 tech to make it possible for gamers to actually own and earn from their vehicles, alongside a stunning player experience out on track. Infinite Drive offers the accessibility of mobile games, combined with play and earn, providing the tools to reward passionate players who are already organizing racing events and helping us create the very best driving experience.”
Developed by industry veterans behind some of the most successful free-to-play mobile titles such as Jurassic World: The Game, Gangstar, Hitman Sniper, Fallout Shelter, and Rollercoaster Tycoon Touch, The Tiny Digital Factory team’s experience includes the chart-topping GT Manager and F1 Mobile Racing. It also worked with Animoca Brands to develop F1 Delta Time, a pioneering web3 driving game, as well as the renowned REVV Racing game. Built with this motor gaming development pedigree, Infinite Drive delivers a unique blend of exhilarating racing, missions, and achievements, with web3 digital supercar ownership and trading.
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