2020-10-29
TransRockies Gravel Royale Announces Felt Bicycles As Presenting Sponsor
 TransRockies Race Series announced Felt Bicycles as the presenting sponsor of the TransRockies Gravel Royale. The stage race will take place in British Columbia on August 23-26, 2021. “We couldn’t be more excited to have Felt join us as a presenting sponsor,” said Aaron McConnell, President of TransRockies. “Their commitment to creating versatile, modern and fast gravel bikes makes them a great partner for our newest event.” The TransRockies Gravel Royale covers the Panorama Mountain Resort, Nipika Mountain Resort, The Village of Canal Flats, and finishes in the City of Fernie, B.C.These four stages will take riders on secluded gravel roads through the Canadian Rocky Mountains and traditional home to the Ktunaxa Nation Indigenous people.  Felt Bicycles has recently changed its brand focus strictly to drop-bar bikes and is prioritizing its latest gravel and adventure bikes for 2021 and beyond. “We believe that racing is an inalienable component of the cycling experience. It helps us produce the best bikes, and it forges the connection to the athletes that truly inspire us,” said Eric Sakalowsky, VP Global Marketing, Felt. A number of Felt athletes will compete in the Gravel Royale including women from its Team Twenty20. TransRockies’ goal for its inaugural event is to ensure that the roster is made up of at least 33 percent women, which is 3 percent away from the current percentage. Source: https://sgbonline.com/pressrelease/transrockies-gravel-royale-announces-felt-bicycles-as-presenting-sponsor/Organizations:Transrockies Race SeriesFelt...
2020-10-28
BioSteel to Become the Official Sports Drink of the Dallas Mavericks
The company's sports drink to hydrate players on the sidelines, during games and practices, in the training facility and in the locker room BioSteel today announced a multi-year partnership with the Dallas Mavericks as the team's official sports drink partner. The multi-year agreement includes prominent BioSteel branding at the American Airlines Center for all Mavericks' home games, in addition to naming rights and signage at the team's state-of-the-art BioSteel Practice Facility. Brand integration at these facilities will include a variety of elements such as digital and static signage, practice jersey sponsor, home and visiting team chairbacks, and the courtside LED end pad TV signage. The company's logo and branding will also be featured on coolers, cups, squirt bottles and towels on the sidelines beginning in the 2021 season. BioSteel was founded in 2009 with a focus on all-natural, sugar-free, and nutritious products. This year, BioSteel has rolled out a ready-to-drink electrolyte-packed sports drink in eco-friendly tetra paks, with a range of flavors. Trusted by professional athletes globally, BioSteel's premium sugar-free sports drink has been designed in the most natural way possible. The brand recently inked distribution deals with mega distributors Reyes Beer Division and Manhattan Beer, alongside several other partnerships through Constellation Brands' distribution network, to bring a new generation of sports hydration products to consumers in key U.S. markets. "BioSteel has seen tremendous, rapid growth across the U.S. as a leader in healthy sports hydration," said Ryan Mackey, Sr. Vice President of Corporate Sponsorships at the Dallas Mavericks. "Sports nutrition is of the utmost priority to the Dallas Mavericks and we look forward to working with BioSteel as it continues to lead the wave of healthy hydration for professional athletes globally." "It's an exciting time for the brand to team up with the Dallas Mavericks," said Michael Cammalleri, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, BioSteel. "We commend the Mavericks for making a healthy choice by partnering with a sugar-free sports drink company as this creates a tremendous opportunity for BioSteel to play a role in hydrating some of the best basketball players in the world." Originally formulated for professional athletes, BioSteel's products have gained popularity amongst consumers due to the authenticity of the brand's partnerships and the quality and efficacy of its products. This relationship allows BioSteel to continue to tell its authentic story that started in the locker room and is now spilling over to the mass retail market as it expands in the U.S. through the brand's recently signed distribution agreements. Click here to view the Dallas Mavericks' profile.Click here to view BioSteel's profile....
2020-10-27
SECRET DEODORANT KEEPS WOMEN’S HOCKEY AFLOAT DURING COVID-19 WITH $1 MILLION COMMITMENT TO PWHPA
Secret leads charge for equality in Canada’s beloved sport with the largest corporate commitment ever made in North American professional women’s hockey historyOver the last six months, no organization or individual has been immune to the COVID-19 crisis. And as we look to the future of our ‘new normal’, it’s become apparent women will face a disproportionate negative impact in their daily lives and in sport. As noted by Canadian Women & Sport*: “Huge revenue losses, deep cuts and a tight focus on ‘core business’ threaten initiatives dedicated to leveling the field for women. Marketers, media and investors may gravitate toward the ‘safe bet’ of men’s sport. And heightened competition for scarce resources—such as places to play and train—may leave more women and girls sitting on the bench.” While many men’s professional sports have continued to push forward defying all odds, women’s professional hockey has taken a back seat and is in jeopardy of losing all momentum.Secret® Deodorant believes equal sweat deserves an equal opportunity and is committing $1 million to the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA), the largest corporate commitment ever made for professional women’s hockey in North America. This funding is integral to ensuring the sport’s top players are given an opportunity to play and are given a spotlight to advocate for a new and equitable professional women’s hockey league.“As a brand committed to empowering and emboldening women, we can’t stand by and see gender equality unravel. Secret® proudly stands with the PWHPA and its players to fight for a new professional league to ensure all players – regardless of gender – are given the same chance and support to play,” says Secret® Senior Brand Director Lisa Reid. “Hockey is Canada’s sport, and this issue is both symbolic and pervasive. Countless women are being told they don’t deserve the same opportunities as men; tackling professional hockey equity is our first, but not last, fight. The PWHPA and its players represent the top athletes in the sport who deserve to have the same opportunities as the men.”While these players shine on the Olympic stage, the years in between are very different. Until 2019, women’s professional hockey lacked adequate access to training facilities, equipment, ice time, salaries, support teams, marketing support and broadcast visibility. And last year, it got worse, with the shutdown of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. This instigated the formation of the PWHPA and its first Dream Gap Tour. Secret® was one of the first brands to step up then, as they are now, to bring this issue to the national stage.This year, 125 of the sport’s top players, including 38 Olympians like Marie-Philip Poulin, Natalie Spooner, Sarah Nurse, Kendall Coyne Schofield, Hilary Knight and Brianna Decker will take the ice in the Secret® Dream Gap Tour with teams in Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Minnesota and New Hampshire. Through a series of six Showcase events across North America, for the first time ever, players will compete for cash prizes and the Secret® Cup. Events like these are critical to bring attention to the incredible talent of these athletes and the need for better infrastructure to support girls’ and women’s hockey.  The full player roster is now available on the PWHPA website.“Thanks to brands like Secret®, players are given access to the necessary training facilities and resources and opportunities to compete, that professional sport demands. And fans are given the chance to cheer on their favourite athletes and rally behind their home teams,” says PWHPA Operations Consultant Jayna Hefford. “COVID-19 affected our positive momentum and threatened our upcoming season. We’re so thankful for Secret’s ongoing support of the PWHPA. The PWHPA is made up of the best hockey players in the world, the fans deserve a chance to watch these women play and our players deserve to be treated equitably. This is a pivotal moment to create real change in women’s professional sports.”Click here to view PWHPA's profile.Click here to view Secret's profile....
2020-10-26
TV stars rising while sports sponsorship recovery kicks-off in Q3, ONSIDE QSR finds
 Broadcasters Ryan Tubridy & Claire Byrne have emerged as two major winners under Covid-19 restrictions, while moves to allow sport’s return to play behind closed doors this summer helped curb wider sponsorship market declines, according to sponsorship consultants ONSIDE. The latest ONSIDE Quarterly Sponsorship Review found that while the rate of new reported sports sponsorship deals in Ireland dropped 19% year on year in the third quarter of 2020 versus 49% in the first half of 2020, these are ahead of declines of 38% in the overall volume of Irish sponsorship deals reported so far this year.  The new analysis found that sport continues to fare better than non-sport sponsorships, with 3 in 4 deals to date in 2020 in the sports space. Food & Drink and financial services brands have been most active so far this year, followed by automotive, supermarket / retail and professional services. John Trainor, Founder and CEO of ONSIDE notes: “With the return of sports, July has been the most active month to date in 2020 for related sponsorship deals.  However, any early signs of a recovery for non-sports sponsorship deals lagged until September, as non-sport platforms such as the arts continued to bear the brunt of restrictions.  Some significant deals began to emerge including the announcement of the Bank of Ireland Begin Together Arts Fund, providing €1 million to support artists and arts projects across the island. Opel’s new sponsorship of Today with Claire Byrne on RTE Radio also signalled seeds of renewed potential seen by sponsors in broadcast and media sponsorships.” Paying back on this restored investment in the market, the ONSIDE quarterly review also found that the return of live sport this summer delivered a 10% bounce-back in levels of Irish adults that saw a sports sponsor that appealed to them, versus a 4% increase in non-sports sponsors that resonated in the same period.  Rebooted investment by rugby sponsors Vodafone and Bank of Ireland caught the public’s attention, while GAA Senior Football partners SuperValu and Ladies Gaelic Football partners Lidl also made ground in the last quarter according to the ONSIDE survey.  “Supermarkets’ further surge in sponsorship appeal in quarter 3 is symptomatic of a wider trend that looks here to stay”, according to Trainor. SuperValu, Tesco, Aldi and Lidl retain the Top 4 positions for the second quarter in a row on the measure of sponsors seen by the Irish public to stand out specifically during the Covid-19 crisis by using sponsorship to help communities through the pandemic.  The National Lottery, An Post and the GAA also got singled out for special recognition by the Irish public in the latest wave. Broadcasters Ryan Tubridy & Claire Byrne have emerged as two major winners under restrictions, with Tubridy revealed by new ONSIDE research as the Irish personality gaining most significant increases in admiration among the Irish public in 2020.  According to Trainor: “The Late Late Show presenter doubled his avid fanbase this year to over ½ million adults that rate him as the Irish Television or Radio presenter they admire most”.  Claire Byrne was the other big mover in the 2020 edition of ONSIDE’s Star Tracker, jumping straight into the Top 10 for the first time this year at number 2 behind Tubridy. Ian Dempsey and Matt Cooper also joined the ONSIDE Top 10 TV & Radio Stars of 2020.  With a new era of endorsement deals on the cards in 2021, Katie Taylor stretched her lead as the undisputed ‘most admired Irish sports personality’ again this year, while Tour de France green jersey star Sam Bennett was the only new entry to the ONSIDE Top 10 Stars in Sport for 2020.  On the music and entertainment front, Daniel O’Donnell, Bono, Hozier, Christy Moore and Dermot Kennedy topped the Irish public’s most admired music stars in the research. Looking ahead, Trainor says: “The coronavirus pandemic is instigating a new dawn for all sides of the sponsorship industry in Ireland and Europe, driving a need to diversify revenues to plug gaps such as a potential drop in future sports broadcast fees. On the global stage you have emerging situations such as Wall Street bank JP Morgan in talks to provide €5 billion of debt financing to create a European Premier League featuring some of the continent’s biggest clubs in a project that would reshape global football.  In this wider shifting landscape of game-changing international masterplans, local rights holders in Ireland look set to course correct at pace to new and improved business models around e-commerce, memberships, merchandising, streaming, subscriptions, and ticketing to stay in touch.”  Source: https://sponsorship.org/tv-stars-rising-while-sports-sponsorship-recovery-kicks-off-in-q3-onside-qsr-finds/18/9/2019John Trainor, ONSIDEMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy...
2020-10-21
Ontario Science Centre's RBC Innovators' eAuction delivers WOAH moments for children
Ready, set, bid! The Ontario Science Centre's RBC Innovators' eAuction is back–and bigger and better than ever. This year's auction has many exciting items, from exclusive experiences and the latest tech to artwork inspired by science, technology and nature. This annual online event would usually be held in conjunction with the Science Centre's signature fundraising event, the RBC Innovators' Ball. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Science Centre has moved from its traditional ball to focus solely on the virtual auction. Funds raised will help the Science Centre to deliver WOAH moments of wonder and discovery for children, through new virtual programming and hosting online events that inspire passion for the human adventure of discovery. "The Science Centre has responded quickly to continue to bring educational experiences into our visitors' homes with virtual workshops, live events and do-it-yourself activities. By sparking curiosity and nurturing a love of learning, we are creating lasting WOAH moments for children," said Paul Kortenaar, PhD, CEO, Ontario Science Centre. "While our decision not to host our in-person event this year was difficult, we are excited to reach more supporters with our eAuction in a way that is safe and accessible." As in previous years, the eAuction, which opens for bidding on Monday, October 26 at 9 a.m. ET, will feature exclusive experiences and science-themed packages, including a video meet-and-greet with adventurer George Kourounis, the storm-chasing host of Angry Planet, and a chance to become an advanced certified drone operator with training from the pros at Altohelix Corp. For the first time in its history, the eAuction will also include jury-selected artwork contributed by 20 talented artists working at the intersections of art, science, technology and nature. Participating artists include former Ontario Science Centre Artist-in-Residence Elaine Whittaker, former Guggenheim Foundation Fellow Dornith Doherty and multidisciplinary artist Dr. David Griffin. The Ontario Science Centre and RBC, the title sponsor of the eAuction, are proud to announce that many contributing artists will receive a portion of the winning bid for their work. "Art is a powerful mode of communication," said Chair of eAuction Neil McLaughlin, Group Head, Personal and Commercial Banking, RBC. "It informs, inspires and delights viewers, and it challenges people to think differently. RBC is committed to fostering and supporting this type of creative thought, which sits at the core of innovation." For more than 50 years, the Science Centre has delivered innovative and engaging science experiences, delivering WOAH moments to children and adults alike. Every WOAH is a moment of discovery—a catalyst for new thoughts and theories that inspire the next revelation. To help the Science Centre achieve its goal of inspiring WOAH moments in young visitors, eAuction bidders are also invited to make donations that will enable the development of in-person and online programming that spark curiosity and a desire for life-long learning. The RBC Innovators' eAuction opens on Monday, October 26, at 9 a.m. ET. Bidding closes Monday, November 9, 2020 at 9 p.m. ET. For more information about the eAuction, including the items on the block and to make a donation, please visit bidsfortheball.ca. You can also sign up to receive email reminders and auction items status updates. RBC Innovators' eAuction Sponsors Title Sponsor: RBCVisionary Sponsor: Cossette Communications Inc.Pacesetter Sponsors: Air Canada, IBM, TELUSMedia Partners: Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, National Post, Astral Lifestyle, UB Media, Pattison and many other generous supporters and volunteers. Click here to view Ontario Science Centre's profile.Click here to view TELUS' profile.Click here to view Air Canada's profile.Click here to view IBM's profile....
2020-10-15
A TikTok star with 1.5 million followers explains how much money she makes working with brands like Olay and Revlon
Dana Hasson always wanted to work for herself and run a business on social media, but it wasn't until she became popular on TikTok that her pursuit became a full-time job. Hasson started posting seriously on Instagram after graduating college in 2018 and was slowly developing a following there. But it was in July 2019, when she decided to start posting videos on TikTok, that her business began to take off. "It was pretty much a dancing app at that time," she said of TikTok. "So when I joined and started posting food, beauty, and fashion videos, no one else was really doing that." Back then her goal was simply to use TikTok to grow her Instagram page, which had about 30,000 followers. But in August 2019, she posted a hair tutorial that trended on TikTok, gaining over 350,000 views, and she began to put more effort into the app. From there, she consistently posted between three to five videos every day to keep the momentum going, she said. By the end of 2019, she had three more videos that were widely shared, which helped boost her following: a pasta recipe (1.3 million views), a donut recipe (1.1 million), and a video of her morning routine (1.7 million views). Now she has over 1.5 million followers on TikTok and over 100,000 followers on Instagram. Some of her recent popular videos include a brownie recipe (16 million views) and a morning skin-care video (4 million views). Hasson earns most of her money by working with brands like Olay, Revlon, and Head & Shoulders on sponsorships, she said. "My main source of income right now is sponsorships," she said. "I feel like brands are more focused on TikTok right now, so my main income comes from TikTok. I would say TikTok is not on the same level with how much brands will pay on Instagram. Brands will pay way more for 1 million Instagram followers than they would for TikTok." When Hasson started her social-media business, she negotiated and pitched brands on deals herself.  "Before I had management, I would schedule emails to go out to brands every day, then following up, scheduling meetings with them, and attending events," she said. "Maybe 10% of that turned into actual sponsorships."  Now she has an agent at INF Influencer Agency who negotiates and secures brand deals for her. Managers and agents earn revenue by receiving a cut of an influencer's earnings, which typically ranges from 10 to 20%, depending on how much the manager does for the client, according to industry insiders. Having an agent has freed up some of her time, but she is still constantly involved in her TikTok business. "I'm always on TikTok — saving videos, interacting with others — because I want to get new ideas and see what songs are popular right now," she said, adding that she films and posts about five TikTok videos a day. "I want people to see a video and want to immediately share it with a friend or save it to potentially create the video later." Article by Amanda Perelli as posted on Business Insider.Click here to Procter & Gamble's profile.Click here to view Revlon's profile....
2020-10-13
SWAC Announces Multi-Year Partnership with Academy Sports + Outdoors
The Southwestern Athletic Conference has announced a new multi-year sponsorship agreement with Academy Sports + Outdoors.The agreement between the SWAC and Academy Sports + Outdoors is centered around impactful community focused initiatives that will be highlighted by youth outreach and mentorship programs in local communities across the country."Academy Sports + Outdoors has made a significant investment within our league and local communities with this partnership," said SWAC Commissioner Dr. Charles McClelland. We're extremely excited to welcome Academy Sports + Outdoors to our family of sponsors as our overall core values and principles align in many facets and we view this partnership as one that's mutually beneficial.""Many corporations publicly state support for progressive change within communities but fall short of that goal. Academy Sports + Outdoors has continued to offer its support and backed it with the resources needed to positively impact our youth and local communities. This partnership is another example of Academy Sports + Outdoors' overall commitment to the minority community through its partnership with the Southwestern Athletic Conference."In addition to this partnership, Academy Sports + Outdoors will also support community based programs with "Adopt-a-Youth" and "Market Moments" designed to provide additional support for HBCU's and their surrounding local communities."Academy Sports + Outdoors has long served fans of the Southwestern Athletic Conference who have a passion for having fun, spending time outdoors, and creating memories together," said Lawrence Lobpries, Academy Sports + Outdoors' senior vice president of marketing. "We're proud to continue serving our local communities through this new partnership's grassroots initiatives and mentorship programs."Click here to view Southwestern Athletic Conference's profile.Click here to view Academy Sports + Outdoors' profile....
2020-10-13
Supporting Local Artists in Vancouver Mural Festival 2020
We have always believed that creativity has the power to bring communities together, allowing people to share their stories of love and hope in times of extreme darkness. We at Wondershare are dedicated to helping individuals re-imagine the way they tell these stories, in ways that can inspire others and build a community. That’s why we’ve sponsored five local artists to share their creative hearts with us and paint some joy back into the Mount Pleasant neighborhood, through colorful murals organized by Vancouver Mural Festival (VMF).The Vancouver Mural Festival is an annual program dedicated to protecting and preserving arts and culture in the Lower Mainland. The program is meant to build connections between art and people, and offer new perspectives to how individuals perceive public art in the city. The theme for this year’s VMF is climate change, so many contributing artists wanted to raise awareness in some of their murals.Our sponsorship – as part of our charitable initiative #WondershareCares – directly supports talented artists of all ages, whose unique murals both inspire and celebrate individual creativity. Each artist has their own story to tell, in diverse styles, designs, and methods. We wanted to give the spotlight to these creators and help them share these special stories. We hope that in doing so, we can inspire people to share a part of themselves through their art and be a part of this wonderful community that we have created.Click here to view Vancouver Mural Festival's profile.Click here to view Wondershare's profile....
2020-10-09
IBM Enters Esports Arena with Activision Blizzard in New Multi-Year Deal as the Presenting Partner of the Overwatch League Grand Finals
IBM to help power interactive and analytical content for the Overwatch League, engaging fans and players through cloud, IBM's Watson artificial intelligence, and machine learning Today, IBM and the Overwatch League™, the world's first global esports league with 20 city-based teams, announced its first-of-a-kind multi-year deal to bring IBM's cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI) technology to esports. A sponsorship component kicks off at this year's 2020 Overwatch League Grand Finals, which started Oct. 8 and run through Oct. 10. With the agreement – IBM's first-ever esports deal – the technology leader becomes the official AI, cloud, and analytics sponsor of the Overwatch League. The deal covers the 2020 Grand Finals and the entirety of the 2021 and 2022 Overwatch League seasons. Through the course of the deal, IBM and the Overwatch League plan to leverage IBM's suite of advanced cloud and AI products. Starting in 2021, IBM and the Overwatch League will be working closely to develop technology solutions leveraging IBM's expertise in natural language processing and machine learning to improve the league's rankings system, and utilize IBM's Watson AI capabilities to create live and in-broadcast predictive analysis, with specific solutions currently under development. "We're constantly striving to give fans the ability to more meaningfully engage with the Overwatch League, and teaming up with IBM enables us to do just that," said Brandon Snow, Chief Revenue Officer of Activision Blizzard Esports. "IBM's cutting-edge AI and machine learning, underpinned by cloud technologies, will help enable us to bring interactive and innovative engagement opportunities to our fans and teams. This is a fantastic benefit to our viewers, and we're very excited to be announcing it during the biggest event of our season." "We're thrilled to bring our world class Cloud platforms and Watson portfolio to one of the leading esports platforms in the world," said Noah Syken, Vice President of Sports & Entertainment Partnerships, IBM. "The solutions we're partnering to create can help the organizations, players, and fans enjoy an even more immersive, engaging experience. We look forward to working with the Overwatch League, to bring innovative solutions at scale, to broad and relevant audiences." The sponsorship with the Overwatch League will kick off in 2021 and include new solutions, that plan to be hosted on the IBM Cloud. Those solutions, which are currently under development, will leverage IBM's suite of analytics tools to process in-match data, adding Watson's AI capabilities through the use of Watson Machine Learning and the AutoAI functionality within Watson Studio. Additionally, the solutions will find new ways to showcase the wide array of historical statistics that the Overwatch League gets from live play. The announcement of IBM and the Overwatch League teaming together is IBM's first foray into the global world of esports and joins an impressive list of sports and entertainment partnerships that IBM technology powers around the world. IBM has been a part of gaming history as a hardware manufacturer, chip creator, and software provider for developers since 1985. Over the past 35 years, IBM has worked with gaming and esports entities through PowerPC processors, NLP, and cloud technology. IBM has been a long-time partner to a range of sports organizations, teams, and events, including tennis (US Open and Wimbledon), golf (The Masters), football (via ESPN Fantasy Football), and the GRAMMY Awards. Through IBM's partnerships, including IBM's new engagement with the Overwatch League, IBM is able to reimagine sports, and entertainment experiences for fans, players and coaches alike, leveraging the flexibility of the hybrid cloud, and other AI-powered solutions. Click here to view Blizzard Entertainment's profile.Click here to view IBM's profile....
2020-10-08
ESE Entertainment Announces NHL Superstar Evander Kane as Brand Ambassador
ESE Entertainment Inc. (TSXV: ESE) (the "Company" or "ESE"), is excited to announce that it has signed Evander Kane ("Kane"), professional hockey player for the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League ("NHL"), as a global ambassador for the Company's Esports brands. As a brand ambassador and shareholder of ESE Entertainment Inc., Kane will help support ESE's growth and success while partnering with ESE's various Esports brands. Kane will attend ESE live activations throughout the year, and challenge other NHL players to team play with the Company's Esports teams or partners. Kane's participation is anticipated to be live streamed publicly. Kane will also contribute to building out the Company's professional player and influencer roster. "We are excited to announce this strategic relationship and welcome Evander Kane into the ESE family" said Konrad Wasiela, CEO of ESE. "As a globally recognized athlete and an avid gamer who was featured in NHL video games, Evander is a perfect fit for us. With a growing roster of gaming influencers and esports professional athletes, we are very happy to add a star athlete to our roster." "ESE is a fast-growing company with esports brands in Europe and across the world. As a brand ambassador of ESE, I look forward to helping expand the business through my network and experience," said Evander Kane. "In addition, I'm excited to create content and increase my exposure to the streaming and gaming sectors, both of which are growing rapidly." Evander Kane was selected fourth overall in the first round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft by the Atlanta Thrashers. Internationally, Kane has won gold medals with Team Canada at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament and World Junior Championships. Evander's favorite video game is FIFA. ESE Entertainment's diverse platform of gaming assets allows the Company to create reach. With a key focus in Europe, ESE powers a significant platform which is lucrative to advertisers. Click here to view ESE Entertainment's profile....