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G-Loot partners with KRAFTON for a $50,000 PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS tournament
Swedish esports platform, G-Loot, has announced that it has partnered with KRAFTON, Inc. for its $50,000 Season 5 tournament in PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS. The announcement follows a major update to G-Loot last year, which saw its tournament platform, GLL, merged into the main product.
How G-Loot is using data to "level up" online gaming.
G-Loot is in a unique position to see how gamers behave across different games, and even platforms. Here's how the team is using this to create a safer and more unique esports experience.
G-Loot named one of 50 leading start-ups in the Nordics
G-Loot has been selected as one of 2020’s leading start-ups and growth companies in this year's Techarenan Challenge.
GLL Auto Chess Off Season – Extended
The GLL Auto Chess Off Season will now extend to the end of May.
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The days when competitive gaming was restricted to large-scale offline tournaments are over. With more than 2.6 billion gamers in the world, and an increasing number of amateur streamers and aspiring professionals, the old methods are no longer sustainable.
G-Loot brings esports to everyone, whether they dream of competing at the top level or simply want to play with friends. With a multi-platform approach, and a wide variety of supported games, G-Loot lets each gamer shape their esports experience.
120 employees based in Stockholm
G-Loot was founded in Sweden, in 2015 with the dream of helping everyone, not just professional players, earn money from competitive gaming. We now have over 120 team members from more than 20 different countries, enabling us to draw on a wealth of professional experience across a wide variety of sectors.
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