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Enthusiast Gaming expands gaming community reach with Omnia Media

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Our parent company Enthusiast Gaming announced yesterday that it has acquired Omnia Media, a global YouTube gaming platform that creates, manages and operates a multi-channel YouTube content network. With these combined powers, Enthusiast Gaming has created the largest entertainment, electronic sports, and gaming media platform in North America for users, drawing 300 million fans of video games and electronic sports each month.

Adrian Montgomery, CEO of Enthusiast Gaming, had the following to say about the acquisition:

Omnia is a transformative acquisition for Enthusiast Gaming and adds immediate strategic and financial value to our platform. The addition of Omnia Media positions Enthusiast Gaming as the largest gaming media platform in North America, with more touch points to connect players to unique content experiences than any other gaming company. The combination is in the strategy and it has many expected synergies with our existing audience and advertising and distribution partners. We look forward to welcoming and working much more closely with the Omnia team in Los Angeles to continue to deliver on our strategic growth drivers.

About Omnia Media

The Omnia media platform is one of the most visited platforms on YouTube for video game content. The company produces and schedules more than 30 shows weekly on advertising-based video-on-demand (AVOD) and over-the-top (OTT) channels. The company also represents more than 500 gaming influencers on both Twitch and YouTube.

Omnia’s distribution network reaches more than 90 million unique viewers and has “a significant US market inventory of more than 1,000 channels, more than 500 million subscribers and more than 3.2 billion total monthly video views.” according to the acquisition press release.

As for Enthusiast Gaming, it includes about 100 gaming websites (including Daily Esports!) And 900 YouTube channels. The company also owns an esports division, Luminosity Gaming, consisting of seven professional esports teams, including the Vancouver Titans. Supervision team and the Seattle Surge Call of Duty equipment.

The combination of these two powers only consolidates their individual presence in the gaming media.

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