International tech company Microsoft has recently acquired the esports platform Smash.gg. The latter is known for providing organizational services and support for amateur and professional gaming tournaments.
“Since we started in 2015, our goal has been to build active esports scenes around the games peope love to play. Today we’re excited to take the next step in that journey by joining Microsoft to help strengthen our existing relationships and explore new opportunities. Smash.gg will continue as a self-service esports platform available to tournament organizers from all game communities,” Smash.gg said on its website.
“With this acquisition, the Smash.gg community and tournament organizers will continue to benefit from the Smash.gg platform, while our team will now benefit from additional resources and support as part of the Microsoft Content Services team. For now, it’s business as usual as our combined team continues to support our community and expand Smash.gg’s reach and scale,” the esports platform commented on Twitter.