LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Jun 6, 2017) - This year, Facebook is expected to stream over 5,500 hours of live esports content. As Facebook continues to grow as a business communications channel, American Leisure Holdings, Inc.'s GG Media Network (OTC: AMLH) is announcing a series of Facebook Live Sessions to share business updates and key insights from the world of esports and gaming.

"Core to our culture is transparency and keeping the lines of communication open so we can hear from and share information with our stakeholders," said Christian Bishop, chief executive officer, GG Media Network. "What Facebook is doing with esports speaks to the importance of this community and the value of the channel as a tool for sharing updates."

The series of Facebook Live Sessions will cover business updates and key insights from major gaming events. The sessions will be hosted Wednesdays at 11 am Pacific Time, 2 pm Eastern Time.


While subject to change, upcoming sessions are expected to include:

Date   Time   Topic
June 7   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Quarterly Business Update
June 14   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Live from E3
July 19   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Quarterly Business Update
August 23   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Live from XLive
September 6   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Live from PAX West
September 13   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Live from eScon
October 4   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Live from GamesBeat
October 25   11 am PT, 2 pm ET   Quarterly Business Update

About GG Media Network
GG Media Network is an esports production company that is redefining how news and information about esports and gaming are covered and shared. Unlike any other company, GG Media Network provides the tools and resources for gamers, fans and enthusiasts to connect and interact with the games they love and the content that feeds their passion. In 2017, GG Media Network acquired American Leisure Holdings Inc. (OTC: AMLH).

To learn more about GG Media Network visit our website: Get to know us, Like GG Media Network on Facebook: @GGMediaNetwork and follow us on Twitter: @GGMediaNetwork and @MrCBishop.

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