Super League Gaming Continues to See Dramatic Audience Growth; April 2020 Year-To-Date Already Larger Than All of 2019

SANTA MONICA, Calif., May 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Super League Gaming (Nasdaq: SLGG), a global leader in competitive video gaming and esports entertainment for everyday players around the world, continues to see unprecedented audience growth across new user registration, total hours of gameplay, video views, and digital advertising impressions. With significant increases in all areas, April 2020 proved to be a record-breaking month for the company, helping to propel year-to-date numbers to higher levels than was achieved in all of 2019.

“The growth we are seeing is a reflection both of the strength of our platforms and the overall strength of the gaming business right now,” said Ann Hand, Chairman and CEO of Super League Gaming. “We are encouraged by the high level of engagement and believe it represents an increase in passionate gamers who are excited to be part of the Super League community. The surge in activity also provides a richer set of opportunities to monetize our expanding audience.”

“Super League is delivering on our promise to players, which is to provide premium gameplay and content experiences that capture their passion,” said Matt Edelman, Super League’s Chief Commercial Officer. “In these isolating times, gaming has proven that one of its super powers is helping friends stay connected with each other and with the broader world outside of their homes. We are confident that engaging with Super League will continue to be a bright spot in their days.”

Super League’s year-to-date audience metrics include:

  • 259% growth in monthly visitors between December and April to Minehut, Super League’s Minecraft community, showing the unparalleled excitement around the platform and the continued growth of one of the most passionate and creative communities of Minecraft players;
  • 62% increase in registered users across Super League since December;
  • 435% growth in monthly video views vs. December on Framerate, Super League’s social video gameplay highlights network;
  • More than 16 million monthly gameplay hours on the Super League platform in 2020 through April, which represents nearly 10% more gameplay hours than all of 2019;
  • 205 million monthly video views and digital ad impressions across Super League’s network of digital and social channels in April, 70% more than all of 2019

About Super League Gaming
Super League Gaming, Inc. (Nasdaq: SLGG) is a leading esports community and content platform for competitive, everyday gamers, fans and friends of all ages and skill levels. With a focus on positive and inclusive gameplay, Super League enables players to experience their sport like the pros while also developing sportsmanship, communication and team-building skills. Powered by a proprietary technology platform, Super League operates physical and digital experiences in partnership with publishers of top-tier games. Local movie theatres, PC cafes, restaurant and entertainment venues are transformed into esports arenas where gamers compete, socialize, spectate and celebrate the amateur esports lifestyle. Super League’s platform offers unique amateur esports experiences that not only ratchet up the competition for avid gamers, but also attract audiences with elite amateur broadcasts that transform physical venues as well as fuel SuperLeagueTV’s Twitch and YouTube channels.

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