Business Tips: The Future of esports Is Already Written

Business Tips: The Future of esports Is Already Written

Awesome Tip: The Future of esports Is Already Written

Competitive gaming is a rapidly growing industry that is still incredibly underestimated by the majority of people. In this panel exhibition, Gary does a Q&A session where he shares his thoughts on the current state of esports, where it is heading in the coming years, how he thinks it will grow and evolve and more. Be sure to check the comments for the full list of timestamps and questions asked… Enjoy!

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36 Replies to “Business Tips: The Future of esports Is Already Written”

    1:30 – What game should my son play to be successful?
    2:30 – Accountability and parenting rant
    6:30 – Why I invested in Call of Duty instead of bigger esport games?
    8:00 – Sports and music are the most underpriced areas of attention
    9:30 – How important is it that influencers play video games
    13:20 – Balancing execution and strategy
    17:00 – esports and higher education
    18:30 – How will new iterations of games affect esports?
    20:30 – How do non-gamers get interested in esports?
    24:53 – Where are the opportunities for live events and esports
    28:15 – How to get media dollars into esports?
    30:50 – How to take macro trends to make micro-decisions
    35:10 – Best platforms to market esports on?
    38:40 – The most interesting person I ever met
    41:10 – Any products/companies that we should pay attention to
    44:00 – How you can bring “Gary energy” to my audience
    49:50 – Will there be multiple esport “leagues” competing with each other?

  2. You don't have to look to Asia for the on-site esports events at scale: DreamHack, ESL Majors etc., they fill all the stadiums they want and they already do. For CSGO this is happening in the US as well, but – although sold-out events with high prize money – only the fans know.

  3. biggest problem is definitely the developers making a casual game with no competitive playlist / ranked mode for a $25 million league, people are playing a completely different game than what we are watching

  4. Gary it’s extremely unfair to bash the parents. Parents aren’t worried about the video games melting there brain. They are worried that the video games will take up ALL of there time hence not having time to do other important things in life like studying and doing homework and getting good grades so they can actually graduate high school.. I play video games a lot but I would never blame my parents for trying to get me off to study or to go outside or hang with friends etc etc… video games are obviously on the rise but it isn’t fair to berate parents who don’t want there children on there every second of the day. Honestly man, the chances of someone getting to the success and popularity of ninja is like the same odds of someone getting to the mlb or nba. I get what your saying but I’d pump the brakes a bit on blaming the parents

  5. a key thing gary vee forgets is that while "esports" might be forever. A league is only as good as the game people play and if a game dies so does the league! This isnt a "call of duty players in 50 years will be…" because who knows what we'll be playing in 50 years… i can tell you one thing tho…basketball will still be 2 hoops and a ball. And that is why esports is a bigger bubble then people realize. I think it'll last forever but across multiple games

  6. Gary is very on point with esports and gaming on the whole, but I really wish he'd dig more into which games actual gamers value. Siting that tiktok ppl like Call of Duty is like saying the guys at the bar enjoy beer pong so clearly there is future in table tennis. League has a way more promising future, along with CS GO, Starcraft, Dota, etc. Call of Duty is constantly pushing out a new game every year, just trying to capitalize on shallow players and the console market (not to mention everything activision touches goes downhill and the blizzard/activision merger has been very disappointing to watch it unfold). Everyone knows the future of gaming is PC, and the best games to start kids on would be CS GO and Starcraft brood war. But hey what do I know

  7. I heard most of this 20 years ago when I was in the middle of it. Although much has changed and grown….
    … much has NOT come true or can't come true because game publishers are (still) anti-esports. Sports = stable, almost unchanging rules and features. Publishers = Constantly churning out new products, changing rules and features.
    Therefore…the game industry itself is (still) keeping e-sports from becoming e-sports. Or gives it a 10 month life span.

    Imagine the NBA or FIFA changing their rules, environment and equipment every season. That is the reality!

    Solution? Power is not given, it is TAKEN. E-sports should be (made) separated from game publishers. Because game publishers are the PROBLEM, the "broken hyperdrive".

    I think I've already said too much but some of you might figure it out in the next 20 years.

  8. I don't know why, but everything that has been said here, I've already known. I felt like I've could learn something new for the e-sport industry. But nonetheless I did enter the industry way back at 2013. Hope you guys have learn so much. Cheers. Hope to learn more from other videos. Have a wonderful day guys

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