Video game development is a more diverse industry than one might expect, but not nearly diverse enough. That’s why the wonderful people over at Humble Bundle have put together their Black Game Developer Fund, an annual $1 million fund meant to empower and unite communities through gaming.Read More →
Audiences for linear live TV and many websites – particularly news channels – have quickly enjoyed double-digit audience growth. E-sports are also experiencing a surge in popularity, regularly attracting audiences in the tens and hundreds of thousands.
While professional sports have gone dark in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s one form medium that is growing and helping both athletes and fans alike to fill the void — Gaming.
Are you letting a $200 million opportunity pass you by? Is there a $1.5 billion business you’re ignoring? If so, then it’s time to think again about eSports. 20 years ago, it was common to see video games as an expensive waste of time.
Competition is a prominent element in both the worlds of marketing and esports. For an esports player as well as for a brand, the ability to find and pursue opportunities is what determines success.
Continuing from our previous article about the multitude of genres that esports has to offer, we present a few more. If you thought that esports had only four genres to offer, you were wrong.