Whether you grew up watching competitive gaming online or you’re still trying to wrap your head around the idea of esports, Esports Summit is crafted to provide a valuable experience to all attendees.
For those who are unfamiliar with esports, this two-day conference is an invaluable crash course that covers all aspects of the esports industry. For those already in the esports or gaming space, Esports Summit is a must-attend networking event with colleagues and innovators who continue to shape the landscape.
Get up to speed on all aspects of the esports industry and where it is headed.
Though esports is built around video games, you don’t have to be a gamer or a gaming-focused company to engage in the industry. There are multiple partnership opportunities for non-endemic companies to get involved and reach a currently unreachable demographic that doesn’t consume media via the traditional avenues. Learn how your company can fit into the bigger ecosystem and engage with esports audiences.
If you’re thinking about starting a competitive or recreational esports team at your high school or university, Esports Summit will provide you a birds-eye overview of all the disciplines that go into building an esports organization. We cover everything from team dynamics to supporting your esports athletes with health and fitness regimens to improve their gameplay. There will be plenty of opportunities to learn from the experts, and college students are encouraged to attend, too.
In 2017, esports generated more than $696 million in revenue. It is expected to increase over 32% by 2020 with an estimated revenue of $1.48 billion in the United States alone. At Esports Summit, investors will gain first-hand information from industry veterans about several business verticals within the esports economy. Whether you’re already invested or looking to get started, this conference arms you with knowledge and connects you with key players to inform your strategy.
As a company embedded in the gaming scene, you know that the esports industry currently occupies 1% of a $140 billion industry with astounding growth projections for 2020 and beyond. Join us as a thought leader in discussing the past, present, and future of esports.