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AT&T plans Mortal Kombat live tournament with WarnerMedia assets

Thursday 23 May 2019 | 14:59 CET | News
WarnerMedia announced plans for a live esports competition, sponsored by its parent company AT&T. The Mortal Kombat 11 tournament will be delivered by Eleague over Twitch, live from the RTX annual convention in Austin, Texas. This is AT&T's first attempt to bring together all its media assets and brands in an event. 

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Companies: AT&T / Warner Bros
Countries: United States
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