Torque Esports in Broadcast Deal with Eurosport

Torque Esports in Broadcast Deal with Eurosport

Eurosport has signed a content partnership deal with Torque Esports to show its All-Stars esports racing championship.

Created by Torque Esports, The Race All-Star Series – Fully Charged by ROKiT Phones will now be carried by Eurosport into more than 150 countries and territories across its channels including cable, satellite, IPTV and simulcast over the internet and mobile, VoD and catch up.

The new broadcast deal follows the recent announcement of Torque’s content partnership with ESPN. Torque Esports also has additional highlights content partnerships making the All-Stars esports events available via more than 70 additional networks, with a potential reach of 610 million homes.

Torque Esports has done a great job in capitalising on both the drought of traditional sports and the growing awareness of esports, especially when it comes to sim racing. 

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