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Hulu signs streaming deal with ESL

Tuesday 10 October 2017 | 07:49 CET | News
Hulu has signed a partnership deal with ESL, bringing the esports company's premium content to the a streaming video on-demand service for the first time. The deal will include four new esports series, Player v. Player, Bootcamp, Defining Moments and ESL Replay, and will also mark Hulu's first foray into esports. All titles will be developed and produced by ESL, and will premiere exclusively on Hulu later this fall.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Hulu / Premiere
Countries: United States
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