Engine Media's esports live streaming data expert wins Digital Executive of the Year Award
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The co-founder of Engine Media’s esports live streaming and data analytics experts Stream Hatchet – Eduard Montserrat – has scored the Digital Executive of the Year Award at the 2020 Esports Business Summit.

The Tempest Esports Business Awards were revealed virtually this week with Montserrat in the digital executive category with executives from NFL Gaming and Esports, iRacing, Wizards of the Coast, and Super League Gaming.

Montserrat and the team from Stream Hatchet have established the Engine Media company as the industry leader in the measurement of gaming live streaming data across all platforms and provides valuable data insight for esports teams, gaming studios, and major brands invested in gaming.

Montserrat’s nomination was one of three nominations for the Engine Media group. UMG – Engine’s tournament and broadcasting experts – collaborated with FAZE Clan for the Fight2Fund COVID-19 fundraising event earlier this year and was nominated in the Best Amateur/Semi-Pro event while Engine Media’s groundbreaking World’s Fastest Gamer competition and documentary series was nominated in the Esports-themed Program/Documentary (Non-competitive).

“We are extremely proud of Eduard for receiving this prestigious award. It is great recognition for what he and his team have achieved,” Engine Media Executive Chairman Tom Rogers said.

“The data analysis and analytics expertise provided by Stream Hatchet has been invaluable for all our Engine Media brands. The company is now renowned as the industry experts in providing esports teams, game studios, and brands investing in esports with the data and intelligence they need for important business decisioning,” said Co-CEO Lou Schwartz.

Held virtually this year, the Esports Business Summit brings together esports executive management, streaming companies, teams and leagues, venues, sponsorship managers, game publishers and more over a three-day virtual conference.

Prominent industry leaders presented at the conference included the gaming studios behind Valorant, Call of Duty, Overwatch, Fortnite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and NBA 2K, plus key industry leaders Twitch, PepsiCo, Electronic Arts, Turner Sports, NASCAR, Norton and Stream Hatchet.

Director of Strategic Partnerships Bobby Baird and Chief Revenue Officer Jake Phillips showcased Stream Hatchet’s expertise with a presentation at the Esports Business Summit entitled “Measuring the global esports footprint through COVID with Stream Hatchet.”

 

SOURCE Engine Media Holdings, Inc.

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