What Does The Fortnite World Cup Mean For The World Of Esports?

Several schoolchildren became instant millionaires thanks to their success at the Fortnite World Cup in New York on Sunday night. Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, a 16-year-old from Pennsylvania, took home a cool $3 million after surging to victory ahead of 99 rivals in the solo tournament. It catapulted him up to 10th in the list of the highest earning esports stars of all time and turned him into an over...[Read More]

How Fun Is Betting Online On Esports?

Hundreds of millions play online games, and these games can get very competitive. It only makes sense that betting is becoming a big deal now in esports.     The first League of Legends tournament 8 years ago had a prize pool of $100,000 with 1.6 million spectators, this number shot up to $6.5 million with over 43 million viewers in 2018. Just like with any sport, adding the element of w...[Read More]

Should eSports Be Considered Real Sports?

When it comes to treating eSports games as real sports, things tend to get a little bit tricky. Some think that they should be seen as such, while others believe that they’re just gaming on a larger scale. In this article, we will discuss both perspectives.       eSports Games as Sports To get into eSports, you need to train yourself. Gaming is fun and relaxing when you just experie...[Read More]

Mobile ESports Raise the Platform

The development of eSports, where professional gamers play top video games in competition with other gamers, has hit the mainstream at light speed.  With revenues expected to be at over $450 million by the end of 2016 and over $1 billion by 2019, eSports viewership already surpasses the NBA finals and the MLB World Series and looks to surpass the Super Bowl by 2020.     ESports + Mobile ...[Read More]