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Super League Gaming puts one's favorite gaming titles on the big screen and provides players with fun, social opportunities to join a local league. Super League Gaming’s mission is to give gamers an entirely new way to enjoy the games they love. The Company's competitions take place in state-of-the-art movie theaters which allows players to compete as they socialize in a face-to-face environment while playing a variety of popular games. All the action is played out on big screens and bolstered with thundering sound systems

TypePublic
Founded2014
HQSanta Monica, US
Websitesuperleague.com

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Jun 2019)49(+5%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)$1 M(+421%)
Share Price (Oct 2019)$3.9 (+2%)

Super League Gaming Office Locations

Super League Gaming has an office in Santa Monica
Santa Monica, US (HQ)
Santa Monica, CA, USA
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Super League Gaming Financials and Metrics

Super League Gaming Revenue

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Super League Gaming's revenue was reported to be $1.05 m in FY, 2018 which is a 420.1% increase from the previous period.
USD

Revenue (Q2, 2019)

223.0k

Gross profit (Q2, 2019)

110.0k

Gross profit margin (Q2, 2019), %

49.3%

Net income (Q2, 2019)

(5.5m)

Market capitalization (16-Oct-2019)

33.0m

Closing stock price (16-Oct-2019)

3.9

Cash (30-Jun-2019)

16.2m
Super League Gaming's current market capitalization is $33 m.
Annual
USDFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

269.9k201.2k1.0m

Revenue growth, %

(25%)420%

Cost of goods sold

1.5m1.5m684.1k

Gross profit

(1.2m)(1.3m)362.3k
Quarterly
USDQ2, 2019

Revenue

223.0k

Cost of goods sold

113.0k

Gross profit

110.0k

Gross profit Margin, %

49%
Annual
USDFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

2.9m1.7m2.8m

Accounts Receivable

113.7k

Prepaid Expenses

41.2k780.1k487.1k

Current Assets

2.9m2.6m3.7m
Quarterly
USDQ2, 2019

Cash

16.2m

Accounts Receivable

470.0k

Current Assets

17.9m

PP&E

272.0k
USDFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Net Income

(12.4m)(15.0m)(20.6m)

Depreciation and Amortization

963.0k1.2m1.1m

Cash From Operating Activities

(8.3m)(9.0m)(10.7m)

Purchases of PP&E

(1.4m)(327.4k)(254.8k)
USDY, 2019

Revenue/Employee

4.6k

Financial Leverage

1.1 x
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Super League Gaming Online and Social Media Presence

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Super League Gaming News and Updates

Super League Gaming teams up with ggCircuit to turn gaming center customers into esports fans

Amateur esports entertainment startup Super League Gaming and ggCircuit are announcing a broad expansion of their successful existing partnership.

Super League Gaming and Tencent will start PUBG Mobile amateur esports

Super League Gaming and Chinese game giant Tencent have partnered to create amateur local esports competitons for the PUBG Mobile game.

Super League Gaming Acquires Framerate, One of the Fastest Growing Independent Social Video Networks in Esports

With 25 million video views in 2019 from gamers around the world, Framerate accelerates Super League’s position as a leading amateur esports community, content and gameplay platform With 25 million video views in 2019 from gamers around the world, Framerate accelerates Super League’s position as a l…

Esports platform Super League Gaming, in first post-IPO deal, buys Framerate

The amateur esports platform Super League Gaming Inc has acquired the fast-growing social video network Framerate for $2.5 million in cash and stock, according to a corporate filing on Friday.

Super League Gaming Reports First Quarter 2019 Results

SANTA MONICA, Calif., May 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Super League Gaming (Super League or the Company) (NASDAQ: SLGG), a leading community and content platform enabling gamers to compete, socialize, spectate and celebrate the amateur esports lifestyle, reported recent operational developments an…

Super League Gaming triples its esports movie theater presence with NetLevel

The two companies are working together to make esports tournaments more accessible to amateur players around the country.
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Super League Gaming Blogs

Starting a Collegiate Esports Program: UCLA Esports

For insight into the process of creating and expanding a collegiate esports program from the ground up, Super League checked in with Sunny Yen, Founder and Director of UCLA Esports at the University of California, […] The post Starting a Collegiate Esports Program: UCLA Esports appeared first on Sup…

Collegiate Community Spotlight: TAG at UC Irvine

In celebration of this back to school season, Super League shines a light on collegiate esports organizations throughout the U.S. that help make the esports scene what it is today. This week we jumped in […] The post Collegiate Community Spotlight: TAG at UC Irvine appeared first on Super League Gam…

My Extremely Realistic Wishlist for Tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct

Today Nintendo announced a 40-minute Nintendo Direct presentation scheduled for 9/4 at 3pm PT. So, naturally, I’ve compiled a wishlist of extremely reasonable and realistic announcements that should definitely be included in tomorrow’s broadcast:   […] The post My Extremely Realistic Wishlist for To…

Wait… Did Someone Say Clash Nights?

Yep, you read that correctly. Super League Clash Nights are back for one night at Topgolf Las Vegas! Find details down below, and read more about everything else going on at Super League!     […] The post Wait… Did Someone Say Clash Nights? appeared first on Super League Gaming.

Your Way to Win | August 12-18

Whether you’re making your way to Metarama, repping your alliance in Battle for the Bridge, coming out in-person to Super League Arcade, or upping your game with our YouTube tutorials, Super League is all about […] The post Your Way to Win | August 12-18 appeared first on Super League Gaming.

Hungry for More | August 5-11

This week Boston ends their City Exhibitions drought, we up our ARAM Social game, and two CRL West players make their way to Super League TV. Read on to learn more about what’s happening at […] The post Hungry for More | August 5-11 appeared first on Super League Gaming.
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Super League Gaming Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Super League Gaming founded?

    Super League Gaming was founded in 2014.

  • How many employees does Super League Gaming have?

    Super League Gaming has 49 employees.

  • What is Super League Gaming revenue?

    Latest Super League Gaming annual revenue is $1 m.

  • What is Super League Gaming revenue per employee?

    Latest Super League Gaming revenue per employee is $21.4 k.

  • Who are Super League Gaming competitors?

    Competitors of Super League Gaming include N3TWORK, Keywords Studios and Mad Catz.

  • Where is Super League Gaming headquarters?

    Super League Gaming headquarters is located at Santa Monica, CA, USA, Santa Monica.

  • Where are Super League Gaming offices?

    Super League Gaming has an office in Santa Monica.

  • How many offices does Super League Gaming have?

    Super League Gaming has 1 office.