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LPL to broadcast weekly programming on Sky Sports

12 Feb 2019

Let’s Play Live (LPL) has now announced it will broadcast weekly programming for the rest of 2019 on the Sky Sports channel from Sky TV. 

Season One begins on February 14th, 2019 starting with the first episode for the LPL Pro CS:GO ANZ Championship at 8pm. You can view the event live on Sky Sports this Thursday or via the official Let’s Play Live Twitch channel. 

SKY director of sport, Richard Last says: “We’re extremely pleased to see the continued growth of esports in New Zealand and Let’s Play Live have played a key role in this. They’re a great partner to work with and we’re really excited to continue to broadcast their local e-sport tournaments LIVE on SKY Sport.”

LPL will continue weekly programming with Project Cars 2, DOTA 2 and Rainbow Six Siege tournaments that are also being held later this year. LPL will announce even more video game tournaments in 2019 so stay tuned for all of the latest information. 

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