Hulu has picked up four new series that are centered around e-sports, according to Variety.
The network-backed streaming service, which has been coming in hot lately with an Emmy-winning original drama and a push toward more back-log seasons of popular series, purchased the rights to about 15 total hours of content from ESL.
The series include:
- Player v. Player: a talk show with eSports casters and influencers who talk through various topics while also earning points based on their knowledge. (Ten episodes, 30 minutes each)
- Bootcamp: a documentary series that follows one of the great CS:GO teams (The Immortals) through scrimmages and practice sessions, as well as life at the team house, in the lead-up to the Intel Extreme Masters Oakland tournament at Oracle Arena in November. (Six…