Manila/Singapore, 24 November 2021 – TechStorm, the region’s leading and fastest growing 24/7 esports, gaming and tech media organization records a successful year of further unprecedented growth, seeing a year-on-year uptick in both aggregate audience and number of partner platforms across Asia through 2021.
The company has announced a total of 122 partner platforms year-to-date, registering a stellar platform count Growth Rate of 458% as of November 2021, just north of two years since launching in early 2019. TechStorm has also demonstrated strong progress in executing towards their target of partnership expansion, adding a total of 25 new partner platforms in the past eleven months of 2021. The Philippines has emerged as the frontrunner with a total of 102 platform partners in a single market.
“We are proud to say we have accelerated to category leadership position as the dominant 24/7 media entertainment destination across the key subject matters of esports, gaming and tech in the region. Not only is the Philippine esports market home to a tremendous 43 million active gamers community, the country has also racked up the most top-tier esports achievements within Southeast Asia. We’re pumped to be able to bring TechStorm’s first and exclusive content line-up, with a pronounced focus on esports and gaming to our young, loyal core audience in the Philippines and across Asia, and soon to add topics of interest on the metaverse and the crypto world,” comments Debbie Lee, CEO & Founder of TechStorm.
This milestone record of 17 new platforms across the Philippines – both within and beyond Metro Manilla – comes hot off the heels of consecutive announcements across Asia in 2021, including its most recent market launches in Myanmar and Bangladesh.
TechStorm is currently available on the region’s leading, dominant platforms including: Binge OTT and Toffee OTT in Bangladesh, Cellcard TV OTT, SingMeng TV Channel 251 and Splus mobile TV in Cambodia, Cable TV Channel 610 in Hong Kong, First Media Channel 333 and FirstMediaX, Genflix OTT, Telkom’s IndiBOX OTT, IndiHome TV SD Channel 209 / HD Channel 947 and UseeTV GO, Telkomsel’s MAXstream, Transvision Channel 302 in Indonesia, Sirius TV Channel 10, Telekom Malaysia’s unifi TV Channel 505 and unifi PlayTV in Malaysia, SkyNet HD Channel 39 in Myanmar, Cablelink Channel 311, Cignal TV Channel 148, Cignal Play and SkyCable Channel 212 in the Philippines, Singtel TV Channel 260 / Channel 18, Singtel TV GO and Singtel CAST in Singapore, Dialog TV Channel 62 and Dialog ViU in Sri Lanka, 4gTV Channel 109 and GtTV OTT in Taiwan, AIS PLAY Channel 251 and AIS PLAYBOX in Thailand and via Omnicontent Management Inc. across 99 leading MSOs and provincial cable systems including Converge Vision Channel 45 and GSAT Channel 55 in the Philippines.