Torque Esports rebrands
Toronto-based competitive video gaming company Torque Esports has undertaken a rebranding initiative. The company has changed its name to Engine Media Holdings. The firm specializes in live competitions and interactive gaming experiences for consumers. It maintains corporate partnerships with various media companies and provides online services focusing on monetization. The company’s brands and subsidiaries include UMG, Stream Hatchet, Eden Games, Ideas & Cars, The-Race.com, WTF1 and Allinsports, as well as Frankly and its subsidiary Frankly Media.