Team Liquid extend deal with streaming platform HUYA

Team Liquid extend deal with streaming platform HUYA

Team Liquid extend deal with streaming platform HUYA

eSports organisation Team liquid, have signed an extension that will see its streaming partnership with chinese platform HUYA coming through to 2022. As part of the deal, new faces and names from Team Liquid will be seen streaming on the platform, following all of the current terms set out in the original deal.

The original deal between both organisations was first signed back in June of 2019, as part of this deal the organisations League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Apex Legends, Hearthstone and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds players live streaming all of their gameplay on the chinese platform. In the deal, it has been said that 22 players and content creators have been involved in the signing of the new contract extension.

COO of Team Liquid, Mike Milanov, spoke on the extension: “HUYA continues to be a critical partner in Team Liquid’s expansion within China. The broader team has not only helped us navigate the region’s competitive streaming market, but make a real impact with a new audience. We look forward to the next chapter of our collaboration and producing more memorable content and experiences for this expanding fan base.”

Vice President of HUYA, Ziyang (Peter) Zhao, also spoke out: “We are very glad to renew our partnership and continue to work with Team Liquid. Through HUYA Team Liquid can continue bringing streams to Chinese audiences and different cultures can meet and communicate.”

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