ESEA has added new datacenters in Roubaix, France and London, United Kingdom, and now host gather and practice servers in both.
ESports Entertainment Association has been growing steadily in Europe ever since its return to Europe in August with the initial launch based in Stockholm, Sweden and Frankfurt, Germany.
With over 70 teams competing in the Open Counter-Strike: Global Offensive division and an additional twelve in the global Invite division, many of Europe's top gamers are already in the system.
ESEA has gained popularity among professional players as well, with the likes of Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund and Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom frequently spotted on the gather servers.
More servers have been added for all locations with the number of Premium users increasing. ESEA next plans to expand with datacenters in Spain to cater to the Southern European market.