Myesports Ventures Ltd, owners and operators of Canada's first esports arena, and Super Channel have officially announced a partnership where The Gaming Stadium will be producing Canadian content to be shown exclusively on GINX Esports TV Canada, Canada's only 24-hour esports and gaming TV channel.
GINX Esports TV Canada currently features live events, news and gaming lifestyle programming from around the world. TGS will provide educational content, industry insider interviews, features on pro players and teams as well as engaging stories from the TGS community. All content will be produced and developed in Canada.
"As esports in Canada continues to grow, it makes perfect sense to partner with the great team at GINX Esports TV Canada to bring new and diverse content to viewers across the country," says Spiro Khouri, VP of sales and marketing. "Our venue allows us the chance to connect with the gaming community on a level never seen before in this country. By doing so, we will be able to share amazing stories of those individuals and teams through the GINX Esports TV Canada platform."
"We are very excited to take our Canadian esports programming to the next level by partnering with The Gaming Stadium," said Don McDonald, president and CEO of Super Channel. "Since launching in 2017, GINX Esports TV Canada is the only channel in Canada to offer viewers 24/7 broadcast-quality esports and video gaming coverage. We are thrilled to now be able to bring new and engaging esports content from a Canadian perspective to our subscribers."
Dan Rudolph, director of programming and strategy at GINX Esports TV Canada, will be at The Gaming Stadium's grand opening and is available for media requests and interviews.
The Gaming Stadium opens its doors June 28 with grand opening festivities open to the public starting at 5 p.m., with free advance tickets available now. The entire event will be live streamed on The Gaming Stadium's Twitch channel.