Major League Gaming's CEO Talks About The Future Of E-Sports
Major League Gaming's Spring Championship in Anaheim, California took place the weekend after E3. Over 20,000 passionate fans showed up in person and 4.7 million tuned in online to watch the competitions in Starcraft II, League of Legends, and several fighting games. The man overseeing this colossal endeavor is the CEO of MLG, Sundance DiGiovanni. We spoke to him about the company's road up to the record-breaking spring championship, what E3 taught him about future games that will be added to the roster, and why we might see Starcraft 2 matches on television sooner than you'd think.