January 10th, 2019
Esports, an entertainment sector on the rise, is the competitive scene of video games. Compared to traditional sports, you don’t need to attain a specific physique or attend a high-profile university to get scouted for playing professionally. You just need proficiency at playing a video game.
With esports gaining in popularity, so too has the viewership. In August 2018, a global survey asked respondents, “How much of your online video viewing time is spent watching sports?” and “How much of your online video viewing time is spent watching people play video games online?” 65.5% of those surveyed watched sports, and 35.5% watched esports. Read More