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Leading e-sports community and content platform: Super League Gaming (SLGG)

Super League Gaming, Inc. (NASDAQ:SLGG) was founded as Nth Games, Inc. on October 1, 2014, and changed to its current name on July 13, 2015, headquartered in California, USA Santa Monica, with 46 full-time employees, is a leading amateur e-sports community and content platform, a leading amateur e-sports community and content platform, according to NewZoo’s statistics, to provide a personalized experience for 2.3 billion gamers.

Super League Gaming

Super League Gaming (SLGG):

Super League games are the world’s preferred platform for amateur gamers to experience their games like professionals. Through sixteen city clubs organized in four regions across the country, gamers of all ages and skill levels can participate in teams in local and national competitions that blend face-to-face and digital games.

Super League Gaming cooperates with the publishers of top games such as League of Legends, Minecraft and Clash Royale to operate the league, and each Super League season culminates in its iconic National City Championship.

Super League Gaming connects gamers and brand partner networks through the company’s proprietary cloud-based technology platform to achieve local, social and competitive e-sports that can be uniquely broadcast through the company’s platform. The company offers daily and seasonal products, and amateur competitive gamers can build meaningful connections in these products while improving their skills.

SLG CEO Ann Hand (Ann Hand) said:

Globally, the popularity of e-sports has ushered in explosive growth, but currently players and enthusiasts still lack an open and convenient channel for easy contact with each other. Through the online activities we organize, players can access e-sports in a safe, fun and very social way. In addition, we also have clubs in different cities, creating convenient conditions for e-sports fans to gather.

In June 2017, Super League Gaming received US$15 million in Series C financing, led by Nickelodeon. So far, the company’s cumulative financing has exceeded US$28 million.

Super League Gaming (SLGG) investment:

Super League Gaming, Inc. (NASDAQ:SLGG) submitted its IPO prospectus on 1/4/2019, and plans to log on to Nasdaq on 2/26/2019. The issue price is US$11.00, and 2,272,727 shares will be issued. Capital of $25 million, underwriting by Northland Capital/Markets Lake Street.

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