SuperSport has announced that it will be broadcasting the ELeague - which is great news for CS:GO and esports lovers.
The league, which began this week, has a $1.4-million prize pool - meaning it's no small tournament.
The ELeague will feature 24 CS:GO teams from around the world.
"ELeague is at the forefront of eSport and we're looking forward to charting this new frontier on both digital and television platforms," Gideon Khobane, CEO of SuperSport, said in a statement.
"Our debut broadcast of eSport earlier this year was very well received throughout the gaming community. Over 200 million people watch eSport annually - we hope to add to that impressive number."
Craig Barry, Chief Content Officer of Turner Sports said that SuperSport's decision is reflective of the increasing openness of sports channels to esports.
See the broadcast schedule below:
Week 1: Final
Week 2: Final
Week 3: Final
Week 4: Final
Week 5: Final
Week 6: Final
Week 7 – BYE
Week 8: Last Change Qualifier
Week 9: Quarter Finals
Week 10: Semi Finals