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Rogers targets gamers with new e-sports content, peering deals

News | 05/25/2017 4:58 pm EDT
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Rogers Communications Inc. has begun marketing itself as the Internet service provider (ISP) of choice for gamers, acquiring exclusive e-sports content for its Sportsnet streaming service and entering into peering agreements with gaming platforms.

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