GINX Esports TV is an international multilingual television channel exclusively dedicated to Esports, available in 10 languages in 50 countries in 55 million countries. The channel releases a series of espor programs such as This Week and First Time at Esports, as well as live Esports tournaments from around the world.
Ginx TV History
Ginx TV was founded in 2007 by Alistair Gosling (founder of the extreme sports channel), Udi Shapira and Cosmo Spence , but since then they all left their everyday work roles.  Since April 2010, the channel has been led by Michelle Bakker, former Executive Vice President of Viacom International Media Network.
In August 2008, Ginx TV was launched on the Romanian satellite TV platform Boom TV.  As of December 2012, Ginx TV operates in Southeast Asia, East Africa and Europe.  Ginx TV in two regions in Indonesia and Turkey is represented by the Dori Media Group.   In 2011, Hispasat 1E temporarily simulated a high-definition channel called Ginx HD.  On July 30, 2012, the channel again became available in HD on StarHub television in Singapore. 
In August 2010, Ginx TV announced that the channel plans to go through Sky and Virgin Media in the UK and Ireland, where more than 12 million viewers are waiting for a potential audience. In October 2010, Red Bee Media was appointed to create a new identifier and on-screen presentation for the channel. 
In March 2011, it was announced that the launch was delayed.  Ginx TV was released on July 9, 2013 at Virgin Media, UK.  As of May 26, 2011, BT Vision provided video services upon request.  The company’s programs are also distributed worldwide to third-party publishers such as TVNZ U in New Zealand, Zee Trendz in India, OSN in the Middle East and North Africa and EGO in Israel.
On August 27, 2011, all Ginx TV content ended in a fight in England and Ireland. The latest show is part of The Blurb, which appeared on the same day. Both GameFace and Ginx Files previously moved from Bravo to broadcast on the Challenge. After completing the deal with Challenge, Ginx TV offers to download The Blurb episodes to YouTube, among other things, on Wednesday at noon (GMT). On December 12, 2011, Ginx TV agreed to license part of its content on The Escapist, an American video game site.  In May 2012, Ginx TV was released on ZON TV Cabo, and in October 2013 it was released in Cabovisao, Portugal.
On January 7, 2013, The Blurb returned to the Challenge for the second episode with new host Lizzy Huang. In the February 25 episode, Lizzie regularly replaced Lucy James. In the same month, Ginx TV was launched on KPTV on IPTV in the Netherlands. In August 2013, Indovision terminated the contract with Ginx TV for no reason; the channel has been replaced by MNC Kids.
In October 2013, Ginx TV acquired Poker Channel Limited, adding 19 million homes to household access in Europe, bringing the total to 26 million. As part of this process, Ginx added 13 million households in France with Free, Orange, SFR, Numericable and Bouygues IPTV and cable systems. Later that year, Ginx TV began broadcasting on TelkomVision in Indonesia. Initially, it only broadcasts as a preview channel for several hours each day. In December, Ginx TV was released on BiG Television in Indonesia.
On March 30, 2014, a new show called the Video Game Nation was unveiled at the Challenge. Originally organized by Tom Deacon and Emily Hartridge, the show’s regular series has been expanded to include Nathan Caton, Steve McNeill and John Robertson. From August 2014 to the end of the show in June 2016, its owners were Aoyf Wilson, John Robertson and Dan Maher, as well as a returning interviewer.
On May 23, 2014, Ginx TV launched TransVision in Indonesia. In June, Ginx joined the BARB research group in the UK to support the advertising window. On July 4, 2014, the presenter and participant Lucy James officially left Ginx TV.
In 2015, a new website with optional payment functionality was introduced, allowing customers to pay a monthly, quarterly or annual fee for access to Ginx TV and individual VOD shows.
In June 2016, it was announced that Ginx TV should be transformed into GINX Esports TV by turning the focus of Ginx TV into eSports in collaboration with Sky and ITV. With this change, the channel was launched at Sky on June 24, 2016, in addition to viewing on Virgin Media.
On February 15, 2017, Canada’s Super Channel Pay-TV service was announced to launch a linear gaming channel instead of one of its multi-storey channels.  GINX Esports TV Canada, which replaced Super Channel 4, was released live on May 4, 2017, in the Canadian edition of The Bridge.
In the same month, GINX Esports TV partnered with Partner 4GTV and entered Israel.
On March 14, 2017, GINX Esports TV announced a new partnership with DStv Now and SuperSport.com. With this partnership, GINX Esports TV has become South Africa’s first private eSport channel.
In October 2017, GINX Esports TV signed a new partnership with Telekom Austria Group to make the channel available on Eutelsat 16A across Europe. For this reason, GINX Esports TV applies to most branches of the Austrian telecommunications company.
In October 2018, GINX Esports TV announced the termination of its contract with Virgin Media, claiming that it did not act in the spirit of an agreement between Ginx and VM, which aimed to launch the channel in High Definition format.
|Position||Satellite||Beam EIRP (dBW)||Frequency||System||SR FEC||Encryption||Packages||Language||Source|
|108.2°E||SES 9||NE Asia 0||12341 H||DVB-S2|
|91.5°E||Measat 3b||Indonesia 0||12643 V||DVB-S2|
|68.5°E||Intelsat 20||SOUth Africa 0||11594 H||DVB-S|
|Irdeto||DSTV South Africa||Eng||Anonymous|
|68.5°E||Intelsat 36||South Africa||11808 V||DVB-S2|
|Irdeto||DSTV South Africa||Eng||Anonymous|
|16.0°E||Eutelsat 16A||europe B 50||10928 H||DVB-S2|
|Conax||Antik Sat||Eng||N Schlammer|