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BoomTV raises $10 million for its esports livestreaming platform

BoomTV has raised $10 million for its livestreaming platform for automating esports event production. The Redwood City-based BoomTV has built a platform that enables organizers to create and manage their own events, particularly smaller community events.  The company launched the BoomTV platform on the strength of the Code Red pro-amateur esports series. Boom. tv wants to make it easier to produce high-quality production of esports events and help the underserved community of civic groups, youth sports organizations, and school clubs share competitions with their audiences. BoomTV runs a popular biweekly event series called Code Red, which reaches millions of monthly users.

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https://venturebeat.com/2020/06/09/boomtv-raises-10-million-for-its-esports-3d-livestreaming-platform/

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