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Swisscom eSports & Gaming

Swisscom has joined forces with ESL to bring you a new Swiss eSports league for amateur and professional gamers. Swisscom TV has a dedicated games area and is adding more games channels. Discover Swisscom's eSports and Gaming world now.


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Internet L

  • Perfect for gaming & streaming
  • 1 Gbit/s max. up & download2
  • Ultrafast response time
  • Stable connection

90.– /mth

Television
for gamers

On its soon-to-be-launched eSports area, Swisscom TV will be presenting all the latest news from the gaming world at a glance. From 16 October, you will find the newly added channels ESportsTV and Ginx TV as well as a number of gaming apps.

Swisscom TV

With Internet from

70.– /mth

The best network dedicated to gaming

No network has impressed more customers and testers for more than 20 years. It also offers gamers everything they could desire. Top speeds, swift response times and exceptional coverage.

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inOne mobile M

  • Unlimited surfing, calls, SMS
  • Highspeed Internet up to 700 Mbit/s
  • 60 days' roaming in the EU/Western Europe (6 GB)
  • Use additional devices from 3.–/mth

90.– /mth

For everyone under 26

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eSports & gaming news

Swisscom eSports partner

Our partner ESL is the biggest eSports event organisers in the world and runs tournaments for over 50 different games with amateur and professional players online and offline.

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1 Valid for new inOne home Internet L, M or S subscribers
2 The available speed depends on the local optical fibre expansion and the router in use. A Swisscom connection with an optical fibre line to the home is usually required for identical upload and download bandwidths.