D!ngIt is a relatively new streaming platform that has quite a few cool features (as well as what seems like some great revenue sharing rates). One of the big eSports organisations that are embracing the new service is the Ascended Star League (ASL), which kicks off today.
The ASL has seen some rapid growth and is slowly becoming one of the biggest StarCraft II events. The Prime League is the newest tournament to be created by ASL, which brings together 32 elite players from around the world to compete for a prize pot of $3500. The Prime League is viewable on D!ngIt from today through to the finals in January.
Justin Lindley, Executive Director of ASL, said:
“We are excited to be working with D!ngIt, who are offering a new and improved platform to not just their partners but also eSports and gaming fans. Their support and backing opens doors for us as it allows us to continue growing within the industry”
Then Rachel Parker, Marketing Director for D!ngIt, added:
“The partnership with ASL is exactly the kind of opportunity we are looking to be involved with. We want to be able to support Leagues that put on serious competitive tournaments whether that’s through offering them our services or via financial backing which additionally supports pro gamers and their teams.”
The stream kicks off here at 2PM PST.