ESE signs multi-year production agreement with Dome

By Gambling Insider

ESE Entertainment has entered into a memorandum of agreement with media company Dome Productions, a three-year deal that will see the two companies collaborate on a range of broadcast and event projects.

Per the terms of agreement, both ESE and Dome will pool their respective industry contacts and experience in a joint effort that will see several productions delivered across each of the three years.

ESE CEO, Konrad Vasila, said: “We are proud to partner with a top-tier organisation like Dome Productions. [It] has the execution capability and [necessary] scale, with the support of Rogers Media and Bell Media.

"Dome Productions provides a unique ecosystem of infrastructure and technology, which will help us continue to scale globally. We are excited to grow our technology and platform with a new long-term partner.”

ESE will provide Dome with first right of refusal for ESE’s North American broadcast facilities. In return, Dome will provide preferred pricing, technical workflow support and offer access to engineering design services.

Dome SVP and GM, Mary Ellen Carlyle, said: “We are extremely pleased to enter into a partnership with ESE Entertainment to collectively bring top-tier broadcast and event productions on a North American [and] global scale.

"Dome and ESE share the vision and passion to execute at the highest level and look forward to bringing esports fans a gold standard of entertainment.”

ESE reported a $3.8m gross profit for Q2 2022, a 2,748% increase from the $0.1m gross profit of Q2 2021. Operational highlights for the quarter included the acquisition of Gameaddik and partnerships with Opera, Waveform Entertainment and Cowana.

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