Broadcasting the best
from the top
Team Fortress 2 events

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We are EssentialsTF

For over 4 years we have powered and produced the largest events in Team Fortress 2.

In 2015, starting as a production partner of TeamFortress.TV, we provided hardware that powered the broadcast of Multiplay’s Insomnia55 TF2 tournament to fans around the world.

Since then we have expanded to organising our own online competitive TF2 events with sponsored prize pools and becoming the primary production organisation for the TF2 tournament at GAME’s Insomnia Gaming Festival events working alongside Player1 Events for the past 3 years running.

We've worked with multiple organisations, from event partners
to tournament sponsors and further...

We’re looking for sponsors and event partners to work with. Our aim is to grow competitive Team Fortress 2 as an esport and further develop what it could be in the future.

We’re deeply involved with the competitive community, maintain direct links to the top teams, and bring the experience of video production and tournament organisation for multiple events both offline and online to create a TF2 esport event to remember.

If you are a LAN/gaming event organiser or a sponsor looking to get involved with Team Fortress 2, get in touch!

We’re also looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our production team, so whether you’re wanting to get up front with the action of shoutcasting or game analysis, sit behind the scenes as a content producer or camera operator, or create fantastic visual stories with graphic design or SFM production, please get in touch!

Through the events we’ve worked on with, we’ve helped launch the careers of multiple talented and brilliant esport professionals who started on our team and who have since progressed to working with large esports such as Overwatch League. If you’re looking for a career in the gaming industry, join our team and we’ll help develop your potential!

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