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E-Sports

Unparalleled access to major gaming operators & productised affiliate network unlocks the $1.5bn e-sports market.

The Esports’ market, which may be viewed as “competitive gaming”,…is estimated to surpass $1.5bn by 2023, and the recent coronavirus pandemic has seen sportsbooks and broadcasters come alive to the opportunity. While Esports may
have once stood for a subset of sports culture, it has grown into a full industry.

That shift has been powered by championing from mainstream celebrities like Michael Jordan, Drake, DJ Marshmello and sports stars such as current F1 drivers taking part in virtual Grand Prix. There has also been an increasing amount of coverage from traditional outlets like ESPN, and the breakneck rise of Fortnite and other key games’ titles has contributed much to the awareness of the opportunity.

The net result is that Esports has matured from its roots in arcade gaming to the complex digital ecosystem it is today, and the gaming industry is again looking at cost-effective acquisition models to bridge the divide from social “gamer” to betting client.

The Company is working with award-winning UK games’ developer Milky Tea to adapt their existing titles and back catalogue for global sportsbooks. Of immediate interest are Coffin Dodgers, a hi-speed racing game and Hyperbrawl, and MME-style tournament. Again, using our productised affiliate network and access to major global gaming operators, this is a hugely exciting opportunity.

The global online gambling market is expected to reach $102.9bn by 2025 and the industry has proven to be robust in the current Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Esports’ market, which may be viewed as “competitive gaming”, is estimated to surpass $1.5bn by 2023, and the recent coronavirus pandemic has seen sportsbooks and broadcasters come alive to the opportunity. While Esports may have once stood for a subset of sports culture, it has grown into a full industry.

The Esports’ market, which may be viewed as “competitive gaming”, is estimated to surpass $1.5bn by 2023, and the recent coronavirus pandemic has seen sportsbooks and broadcasters come alive to the opportunity. While Esports may have once stood for a subset of sports culture, it has grown into a full industry.

That shift has been powered by championing from mainstream celebrities like Michael Jordan, Drake, DJ Marshmello and sports stars such as current F1 drivers taking part in virtual Grand Prix. There has also been an increasing amount of coverage from traditional outlets like ESPN, and the breakneck rise of Fortnite and other key games’ titles has contributed much to the awareness of the opportunity.

The net result is that Esports has matured from its roots in arcade gaming to the complex digital ecosystem it is today, and the gaming industry is again looking at cost-effective acquisition models to bridge the divide from social “gamer” to betting client.

The Company is working with award-winning UK games’ developer Milky Tea to adapt their existing titles and back catalogue for global sportsbooks. Of immediate interest are Coffin Dodgers, a hi-speed racing game and Hyperbrawl, and MME-style tournament. Again, using our productised affiliate network and access to major global gaming operators, this is a hugely exciting opportunity.

The global online gambling market is expected to reach $102.9bn by 2025 and the industry has proven to be robust in the current Covid-19 pandemic.