11 Jun 2018

NETGEAR Expands its Partnership with Gen.G to Include All Esports Teams

NETGEAR, the global computer networking company based in San Jose, California, has announced that it is expanding its partnership with Gen.G (formerly KSV eSports). NETGEAR  will now sponsor all of Gen.G’s teams, which include League of Legends, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, Heroes of the Storm, and Clash Royale. NETGEAR will provide all teams with networking hardware and […]

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06 Jun 2018

Creating Experiences at Esports Events

Last year, the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) – World Championship, held in Katowice, Poland, was attended by 173,000 fans. That’s up from the 113,000 that attended the year before. (It also became the most streamed esports event in history with 46 million unique viewers.) This year’s event drew 169,000 attendees.

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31 May 2018

Mark Cuban Believes Esports is a “Fueling Industry” for North Texas

Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and the NBA 2K League team Mavs Gaming, recently participated in a debate whether university esports programs should be housed in the athletics program. After the discussion, Cuban was interviewed by the Dallas Business Journal, where he stated his belief that, besides Silicon Valley, North Texas is […]

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