Our passion for esports & casual gaming helped us sucessfully working with companies like ESL, TaKeTV, Freaks4U, Western Digital, Red Bull, Gerolsteiner and many more. Our belief is that proper guidance and expert advice adds genuine value to these companies.
Besides our own events we help big companies create the ultimate experience for their clients at trade-fairs, tournaments and events. To name a few events: Red Bull Gaming Ground, Gamescom, IFA, Red Bull Best Plays, WD Black Monster Cup.
We have been working with pro’s, commentators, hosts, Twitch and Youtube celebrities at events like Gamescom, Red Bull Gaming Ground, IFA and many more.
Our next big project is a multi-setup gaming bus. Finally this year we will get it running and you will see it on trade-fairs, twitch.tv, game release tours and many other occasions. Follow at Gamingbus.de
Modern esports is a powerhouse industry, with teams worth multi-million dollars and the best players enjoying near-celebrity status. The glossy, pre-packaged esports of today hasn’t been around for very long and therefore still very attractive to new investors. The esports economy has gone from being relatively obscure and unmonitored 10 years ago, to generating revenue of about $750m last year. Tech companies, streaming services such as Twitch, and ESPN all now cover esports, while game publishers and even sports drinks companies are now deeply involved in helping to fund, sponsor and normalise esports as a part of mainstream culture. Today we have highly organised continental leagues, global tournaments and celebrity pro gamers. Newzoo estimates 131 million esports enthusiasts follow games and events regularly, and another 125 million occasional viewers tune in mainly for the big international events. The history of esports is fascinating, but it is surely nothing compared to what is coming next.