Each year, CES brings together professionals across different industries to talk about tech and the impacts on business. This year’s CES was all digital, which speaks both to how the world is reacting to COVID and what long term effects we can expect in the gaming and entertainment industries when delivering content. It’s sad to say, the days of seeing our favorite entertainers and shows have passed and likely will not return for a long while. The good news that has only been further confirmed by CES 2021 is that we are in a prime position to bring content to possibly more people than ever before by going digital.
Ultimate Gaming League and Antares Gaming Launch Inaugural Gaming Franchises Led and Owned by Current and Former NFL Players
Oakland-based esports media company Ultimate Gaming League and Ontario-based new media and entertainment startup Antares Gaming announced Tuesday the launch of four competitive gaming teams (“franchises”) led by current and former NFL players. The teams, which are being supported and managed using technology from Antares Gaming under the UGL banner, are Da Fam Gaming, Ochocinco Gaming, 4 Brothers Gaming, and Glitxh Gaming.
Ultimate Gaming League and Antares Gaming have teamed up to launch esports events in which professional gamers and influencers mix it up with former and current NFL stars and celebrities.
Jaguars cornerback Sidney Jones will be partaking in inaugural online gaming franchises with several other former and current players, taking another step forward in Esports with The Ultimate Gaming League and Antares Gaming.
Every year we find ourselves signing up to one or two new, trendy social media platforms. Most of these platforms come and go. We jokingly remark to our friends how we used to play with this or post on that. Whether the platform boasts statuses, 6- second videos, 60-second videos, pics, flicks, or stories, it inevitably will get copied and reproduced in some way by next year’s platform.