The deal also includes selected GINX eSports TV content being simulcast on the SuperSport channels.
Live blocks will be broadcast on DStv with Mondays and Fridays featuring live show ‘The Bridge’ and Saturdays and Sundays featuring five-hour broadcast slots.
Gideon Khobane, CEO of SuperSport said: “The deal with GINX is a massive leap forward and signals our intention to embrace the newest sport out there. There is a real buzz around eSports and we want to be part of that.”
Michiel Bakker, CEO of GINX eSports TV said: “We’re delighted to bring GINX eSports TV to South Africa. It’s an exciting time to be launching in a country with such a rapidly growing eSports scene. GINX eSports TV will provide South African fans with the biggest and best events from around the globe. We also look forward to working closely with MultiChoice and SuperSport to broadcast local eSports events.”