Esports launches new titles in the PC game catalogue within its Silver Slam tournament series. This comes in addition to the recently announced mobile and console game titles well supported on Mogul.gg platform.
In the media release dated 17 January 2019, the company reported that its four in-demand PC game titles will join the three existing titles that are already integrated on Mogul.gg. The list of additional PC game titles added to Mogul unbox ‘Overwatch’ with 40m+ players worldwide, ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’, ‘Rainbow Six Siege,’ and ‘StarCraft II’ that has recorded 8.3 million watch hours on Twitch in March 2018.
Esports Mogul Managing Director Gernot Abl stated that the company would be able to release the final update of additional game titles that would coincide with the launch of Silver Slam by the next month.
Now with seven PC titles in place, the company has seen six of its titles appearing in Newzoo’s list of the most popular games for December 2018. In the launch weekend itself, the company has witnessed US$500 million sales worldwide for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Mr. Abl added that the company firmly believes that these game titles will drive user acquisition and it is looking forward to releasing current user numbers for all Mogul service offerings in due course.
The company further informed that Mogul has already been integrated with three of the most popular PC titles of all time, that includes CS: GO, Dota 2 and League of Legends. Mogul now hosts total 16 games titles, including mobile, PC and console and proves its potential to support any game title on any platform. It not only reflects the company’s target to expand its tournament platform, but the vast nature and versatility of titles and tournaments integrated on Mogul.
As per the company’s information, PC game titles account for 24% of the global gaming market and in 2018 were expected to generate $32.9 billion with a massive worldwide audience playing these games daily.
Currently, the company can be seen trending towards its aggressive strategy for user acquisition and gaining attractions from gamers all across the globe. The long-awaited launch of Silver Slam tournament is expected to be held in February 2019. It’s an AU$275,000 tournament in partnership with Razer Inc that will sport an extensive list of 16 PC, console and mobile titles.
The launch of new PC titles has led to bullish trend over the ESH trade on ASX. The stock price shot up by 5.263% to last trade at $0.020 on 17 January 2019. Esports Mogul Asia Pacific Limited (ASX: ESH) stock has witnessed an attractive performance change of +18.75% over the past 12 months including the surge of 5.56% in one month trade.