XLEAGUE.TV Announces Prize Funds

7th Aug 2007 (London, United Kingdom) - XLEAGUE.TV, the UK’s first dedicated eSports television channel and website, is proud to announce it will be giving away£80,000 in cash prizes over the next six months.

Between now and the beginning of 2008 XLEAGUE.TV will give away a combined total of£80,000 in prize money from their leagues and tournaments.

“We are proud to announce, and be able to offer such an incredible amount of cash prizes, all of which will be available to our winning competitors on XLEAGUE.TV” says Ray Mia, Channel Head of XLEAGUE.TV.

Check out www.XLEAGUE.TV or tune into Sky Channel 279.


XLEAGUE.TV is the UK’s first dedicated eSports channel and fully integrated website launched in May 2007. The revolutionary channel, which broadcasts on Sky channel 279, offers a comprehensive range of services to its members including leagues and tournaments, customisable user profiles, match scheduling and club and team creation. By competing on www.xleague.tv, gamers can win the opportunity to be invited to the studio for the chance to play on television.

The channel was launched at a cost of£5 million and is part of the Portland Media Group. XLEAGUE.TV has a wealth of In-house facilities include production, post-production and play-out, as well as an advertising agency, a media buying and planning department and a modelling agency.

For further press information or interviews please contact Sam Espensen at Limelight PR - 0207 821 9210 sam@limelightpr.co.uk or XLEAGUE.TV Marketing Manager, Lee Catania– 0207 308 5271 lee.catania@nasnet.co.uk

Games PressGames Press is the leading online resource for games journalists. Used daily by magazines, newspapers, TV, radio, online media and retailers worldwide, it offers a vast, constantly updated archive of press releases and assets, and is the simplest and most cost-effective way for PR professionals to reach the widest possible audience. Registration for the site and the Games Press email digest is available, to the trade only, at www.gamespress.com.