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Esports Business Network unveils 65,000 square foot esports facility in Malaysia

South-East Asian esports organisation Esports Business Network (EBN) has announced the launch of the EBN Esports City, Malaysia’s new 65,000 square foot facility designed for hosting international esports events and tournaments. The company introduced a new esports facility in Malaysia’s capital of Kuala Lumpur, with the aim to establish an esports ecosystem in the country, as well as developing

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The Most Valuable Esports Companies 2020

It’s been a tough year for esports. Soaring valuations have flatlined, investors have cooled, and companies are scrambling to reboot. Video games might be all the rage during the pandemic, but pro video game teams are not. A year ago, esports companies—which play competitive versions of games like Fortnite and Call of Duty, sometimes in front of crowds

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Skillz Soars in Trading Debut as Investors Bet on Mobile Esports

Skillz Inc. shares jumped in its trading debut as investors embraced a business billing itself as the first publicly traded mobile esports company. The stock climbed 29% to $22.73 on Thursday following a deal with a special-purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, that allowed it to go public. Skillz lets 2.7 million players a month compete with others

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Esports Business : Astralis Group and Logitech G extend Esports partnership

Esports Business – Astralis Group & Logitech G : Astralis Group and Logitech G have just announced a new, significant commercial partnership which solidifies the common long-term ambitions of the two companies. Astralis Group and Logitech G have extended their cooperation for another three years. The international esports powerhouse and one of the world’s leading

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Play One Up Launches Tournament Partner Program

Esports competition app Play One Up has come forward to give anyone who wants to run their own esports tournament a chance to do so with its new Tournament Partner Program. This program gives aspiring hosts the tools to run an esports tournament. To get started, those wanting to be tournament organizers will pay a

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Esports Futuri™ Announces First-of-its-Kind Podcast Network

 Esports Futuri Podcast Network, a new podcast company, announced the launch of the first podcast network focused entirely on the trends and business of esports, featuring leading industry voices and stories. The podcast debuts with three shows and many more to come over the coming year — all available on Esports Futuri’s website and anywhere

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Member Spotlight: Nathan Larrivee

How did you get started in esports? I started following eSports the summer of 2017 when Fortnite came out. I was introduced to the Twitch platform through Fortnite and enjoyed watching some of the best players and creators play the game. The Fortnite World Cup was the event that really changed my mind about eSports.

Member Spotlight: Brandon Brunhammer

How did you get started in esports? I originally got involved in esports in Highschool. It started with Call of Duty and from there just grew I really enjoy smash brothers and any type of racing game. Since you’ve entered the esports industry, what has been the biggest industry change or trend that you’ve seen?

Member Spotlight: Jacob Miles

How did you get started in esports? I was at the first public esports event hosted by Nolen Bushnell, a technology pioneer, entrepreneur and engineer who is often cited as the father of the video game industry, best known as the founder of Atari Corporation. He invited me and several other Kenner Products toy engineers