NASCAR started its first esports league in 2009, long enough to see a cottage industry balloon into a global behemoth. Now they’re growing with it.
A vibrant esports economy has emerged in Central Florida, and an industry-leading esports arena at Full Sail is set to boost it even further.
Blast Pro Series launches its U.S. presence with a Counterstrike tournament in Miami, focusing on attracting casual fans to esports.
With 90 sponsors already, the league is looking at everything from finding ways to elevate the studio and venue experience to delivering more engagement.
As players associations start to form within esports leagues, leaders are hopeful they can start to help solve the issues facing players in the industry.
For Riot Games, the sponsorship strategy isn’t about stacking up sponsorship partners, but rather finding companies with aligned philosophical values.
We figured out what fans and gamers can expect from the world of competitive video games in 2019 with the help of a few industry professionals.
Gen.G, which is opening eyes around the industry, owns and fields teams across the world’s biggest competitions in the most recognizable gaming franchises.
Video gamers do not have to be professionals to enjoy playing competitively. Just ask GamerzArena, a company that is making its mark in the exploding space.
Los Angeles Lakers guard and avid gamer Josh Hart teamed up with gaming audio company Turtle Beach in new endorsement and consultant role.
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