ResetEra purchased by MOBA Network for £3.3million

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Forum was established in 2017 and has “great growth potential”

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ResetEra – the hugely popular gaming forum with over 45 million posts and 55,000 members – has been acquired by the MOBA network for approximately £3.3million ($4.55million).

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The announcement was made today (October 14) with Press release Saying that the platform has “great growth potential”. Founded in 2017, ResetEra will be paid out by 31 December this year with an initial £2.58million ($3.55million) payment and a following £728,000 ($1million).

“’s revenue is generated through advertisements and member subscriptions. The MOBA network sees significant opportunities to increase advertising revenue through a high share of direct sales, the implementation of new ad formats, and a long-term product development strategy. Therefore, MOBA Network anticipates that can drive significant growth in sales in 2022,” the release reads.


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The move is a way for MOBA Networks – a company that owns several online esports and gaming communities – to expand “its position in the gaming industry”, also citing that ResetEra is involved in console, PC and mobile gaming. Covers extensive discussion.

“We are extremely excited and proud to welcome – one of the largest gaming forum and community brands in the world – to the world,” said Bjorn Mannerquist, CEO of MOBA Networks. “ has considerable growth potential, and we see significant opportunities to grow, driving traffic flow, improving sales growth, and driving synergies within the MOBA Group.”

“Growing through the acquisition and creating more relevant communities with engaging, growing target groups is another step in our strategy to which many companies want to expose themselves,” Mannerquist said.

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