theScore Celebrates 1M YouTube Fans Mark
Accessibility and making everyone to feel welcome to engage in eSports is the ultimate key to its success; and this includes the fact that the company now enjoys the support of more than one million YouTube subscribers; says top eSports content powerhouse Score Media and Gaming. Breaking down the barriers between pro and casual players has been the firm’s core mission right from the start. By producing content for all types of players; from the hard-core to the absolute beginner, Score has effectively blasted open the channels of accessibility for all.
The firm certainly appears to have held fast to a particularly humble and practical approach, and its “the largest dedicated eSports content team anywhere” is without a doubt much more a statement that what it is a boastful claim to fame.
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Premium eSports Storytelling
It all comes together thanks to more than 30 top content creators who put together absolute showstopper events and up to 8 videos each week. theScore eSports franchise include channels like “Esports Shorts”, The Story Of” and “Don’t @ Me”. Significant to note is the fact that whenever any new storyline or channel is introduced on theScore, its only but a matter of days before seven-figure viewership numbers are reached.
The very success of the channel is that it not only broadcasts live tournaments, but also a variety of special features relating to the world of eSports in general. Programs include news events, features from across the world of competitive video gaming the world over, storytelling, and more. Brand integrations play a major role too and theScore teams up with a variety of industry top dogs; with the latest additions to the alliance-family being big names the likes of Ubisoft and Nvidia.
Thanking The Fans
Vice President of Content and Marketing Aubrey Levey says that what the team is most proud of is the incredible growth rate across the franchises. Levey also said that the team is absolutely thrilled by the way in which audiences have responded to the platform and its approach to eSports storytelling.
Exciting opportunities have been created by the open accessibility approach and even so for the top brands to have entered into working partnerships with the company, said Levey. The VP concluded his statement by thanking theScore’s loyal fan base for its unwavering and ongoing support; the kind of support that has now officially launched the company all the way into the millions club.