Logan McLean, Esports Advisor, for NGame Esports talks about the Mogul and Tier One Entertainment partnership.
Australian esports platform Mogul has announced a partnership with Philippines-based esports talent agency Tier One Entertainment. The partnership will enable influencers and streamers signed with Tier One Entertainment across Southeast Asia to run esports tournaments for their fans, giving them creative control over the events. What value does this bring to Mogul?
This deal is an excellent way for Mogul to monetize it’s fanbase, at $2 for monthly access to compete on the platform, it is a scalable tool for Mogul to measure its fanbase and their interaction with the organization.
How can talent from Tier One Entertainment take advantage of this and engage more with their fans?
Tier One Entertainment will have its own branded hub on Mogul’s platform to enable fan membership, monthly subscribers, and online tournaments for their roster of gaming streamers and influencers throughout Southeast Asia. Influencers with a large enough fanbase simply have to drive users to the platform to start collecting compensation.