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Super League Gaming (SLGG), the world’s premier platform for amateur gamers, has partnered with fiber network company NetLevel to bring esports to more movie theaters across the United States.

According to info shared with us, NetLevel will absorb Super League Gaming’s theater network connections into NetLevel’s nationwide private fiber network infrastructure. The partnership will more than triple Super League’s current number of movie theater locations throughout the country.

“NetLevel is building an exciting business that brings great value to Super League and our movie theater partners,” said Super League Gaming CCO Matt Edelman. “Our goal is to make it possible for every amateur gamer to play in esports experiences in a venue near where they live. NetLevel has created a scalable, cost-effective network infrastructure that ensures movie theaters have the potential to transform into Super League powered esports arenas.”

Notably, the public announcement marks the coming out party for NetLevel, which has been in stealth mode for the previous three years developing their nationwide fiber network infrastructure for out-of-home entertainment.

“Esports is growing exponentially, and we’re thrilled to be able to give gamers at all levels access to a state-of-the-art digital theater experience,” said Ray Bell, the founder and CEO of NetLevel. “Super League has all of the elements in place to make amateur esports competitions mainstream. We are honored to be a part of their growth and help enable their vision.”

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