The Esports Championship Series have partnered up with YouTube which will be the exclusive broadcasting platform for the tournament.
The partnership will start on the 25th March and is set to last over multiple years.
ECS and FACEIT have been longstanding partners with Twitch, now ECS will join the ESL Pro League streaming on YouTube.
“YouTube offers fans of the ECS an unmatched online viewing experience,” FACEIT Chief Business Officer and co-founder Michele Attisani said in a statement.
“YouTube is by far the most watched platform for gamers in the world and continues to innovate and lead on video technology, making it a great place for us to call our new home for the Esports Championship Series”.
“This is our most significant investment into esports to date and illustrates our continued commitment to growing esports with the hundreds of millions of gamers watching YouTube each day,” Ryan Wyatt, Global Head of Gaming Content at YouTube, added.
“The ECS revenue sharing and co-ownership structure reinforces our belief that all players should have a voice. We know the CS:GO community is already watching clips, highlights, and rebroadcasts on YouTube, so we are excited to be able to bring them all this same action live.”