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Logo of the website DingIt.tv.png
Type of site
Video hosting service
Website www.dingit.tv
Alexa rank Increase 225 March 2017)[1]
Commercial Yes
Current status Active
Founded 2014 (2014)
Website www.dingit.tv

DingIt is a video games and eSports video-hosting website headquartered in London, England.


Founded in 2014[2] by Mark Hain, DingIt put on a variety of original live e-Sports events[3] and launched at the end of February 2015 with 7,000 viewers and grew to over 170,000 viewers by the end of April 2015.[4] The company has received two rounds of funding to date, the first consisting of $1.5M follow-on seed funding[5] and the most recent round taking place in July 2015.[6]

In 2016, DingIt changed their content to focus on short-form highlights, instead of long format tournament videos.[7]

At the start of 2017, DingIt’s parent company renamed to Level Up Media[8] in order to grow a portfolio of owned and operated sites and syndication partner network within gaming. DingIt continues as the flagship site in the Level Up Media network.


DingIt is available on Android and iOS platforms. In addition to viewing via the Android and iOS app, DingIt.tv was made accessible via mobile web and HTML5 player as of October 2016.

Content and audience[edit]

DingIt.tv hosts video gaming and eSports content. Videos featured on the website go through a quality control team before going live. The website hosts thousands of video highlights with more being uploaded each day.

DingIt partners directly with eSport teams, influencers and content creators. Additionally, users can submit their own high-quality gaming highlights and video content. After quality checks, which ensure the clips meet their Terms and Conditions, these videos are published live to the DingIt platform.

Partner Program[edit]

On 09/29/2016 DingIt became the official video partner of professional eSports team Splyce.

Splyce were the launch partner of Dingit.tv’s new partner program for eSport teams, event organisers and larger content creators. Under this program, partners are given branded Partner Portals on Dingit to host their content, paid a flat fee licence for their content and also a bonus based on the video views they drive to Dingit content.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Dingit.tv Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved March 8, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Funderbeam". www.funderbeam.com. Retrieved 2017-02-09. 
  3. ^ Stubbsy, Mike. "DingIt's rise through the streaming ranks". Retrieved 2017-03-08. 
  4. ^ "Dingit, Twitch, Azubu capitalize on eSports to attract investors". Fortune. Retrieved 2017-02-09. 
  5. ^ "DingIt.tv raises $1.5 Million follow-on seed funding". 2015-04-27. Retrieved 2017-03-08. 
  6. ^ "DingIt.tv | crunchbase". www.crunchbase.com. Retrieved 2017-03-08. 
  7. ^ "How Twitch rival DingIt is using 'bite-sized content' to get casual gamers into eSports". PCR Retail. Retrieved 2017-02-09. 
  8. ^ Cooke, Sam (2017-02-14). "DingIt TV evolves into Level Up Media". Esports Insider. Retrieved 2017-03-08. 

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