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- Framerate, a social gaming video platform spread across Instagram, Facebook, and other networks, has been acquired by Super League Gaming.
- Super League Gaming will integrate Framerate into its amateur tournament offerings, using it to highlight top plays and promote its own events to viewers.
- Framerate shares videos such as esports highlights, game trailers, and user-submitted clips, and has amassed more than 100,000 total followers since launching in 2018.
Amateur tournament and league operator Super League Gaming has acquired Framerate, a social video network that shares an array of gaming and esports-related content.
Framerate has a presence across social media networks such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, where it shares a variety of gaming-related video clips including esports competition highlights, game trailers, original shows, and user-submitted content.
The company launched in 2018 and has accumulated more than 100,000 total social media followers to date. According to a release from Super League Gaming, video analytics firm Tubular Labs has named Framerate the “leading independent gaming media channel on Instagram over the last six months.”
Super League Gaming plans to integrate Framerate within its myriad offerings, using Framerate’s platform to highlight top players from Super League competitions while also tapping into Framerate’s following to promote its own events.
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“Framerate brings an exciting level of scale to Super League’s mission of celebrating amateur competitive gamers across all aspects of the esports lifestyle,” said Super League Gaming chief commercial officer, Matt Edelman, in a statement to The Esports Observer. “We can now offer players in Super League experiences the chance to have their gameplay highlights seen by millions of fans, and also help Framerate’s audience of passionate viewers find opportunities to practice their esport of choice through in-person and digital competitions produced by Super League.”