Owner-operated PEA wants to improve player pay in esports
Seven major esports teams are uniting to form a new league to specifically address issues like player compensation and stability.
The Professional Esports Association was created by seven North American franchises: Team SoloMid, Cloud9, Team Liquid, Counter Logic Gaming, Immortals, NRG Esports and CompLexity Gaming. Its owner-operated structure mirrors those of the NBA, NFL and MLB.
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The first league to come out of PEA will be in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive starting in January 2017. No details have been announced about the structure of the tournament or the participation of other teams. Read more…More about Team Liquid, Cloud9, Team Solomid, Counter Strike, and Gaming
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