Over the past few years, a number of famous names from business, entertainment, and sports have invested heavily in esports. Here’s a rundown.
In a rising tide of funding for streaming firms, Genvid Technologies has raised $2.5 million to bring more interaction to live streaming.
A new report issued by the market research firm SuperData predicts gaming-related videos will earn $4.6 billion in revenue this year.
This week in esports industry headlines — NBA teams can’t get enough of esports and more investors are rallying around Immortals.
Higher-than-expected investments by esports publishers resulted in market researcher Newzoo updating its revenue outlook for 2016 upwards by 7 percent.
Even though it is among the most popular competitive eSports, prize money for CS:GO hasn’t been in line with other eSports titles. That’s about to change.
Deloitte, the global audit, tax, and consulting company, and one of the so called Big Four, has issued a report predicting the future of eSports. The company forecasts that “eSports will generate global revenues of $500 million in 2016, up 25 …
A fresh round of funding with such high-profile names as Mark Cuban sets the eSportsbook up to dominate the rapidly-growing world of online eSports betting.