MENLO PARK - Facebook is going to stream eSports matches. ESports company ESL will broadcast 5500 hours of matches. This includes the game Counter Strike: Global Offensive.
ESL has its own Counter Strike competition, Rank S. Each month, the leader gets an amount of $ 40,000, converted over 36,000 euros.
Facebook has also signed a deal with the Major League Baseball, the world's leading baseball competition. There will be 20 matches live on Facebook this coming season. Facebook streams one duel every Friday, which is only available to users in the United States. Twitter stream women basketball and Amazon has American football.