The popular esports title is back at Gfinity for another season.
Providing credibility for the space and keeping the best players playing at the highest level means ensuring everyone who plays games recreationally can see that there is a clear path to being a professional player.
Having the ability to see EA Sports’ data on who is playing as your team gives clubs the ability to leverage the game’s popularity in a way they have never been able to before.
A look back at Digital Sport London’s esports special last week, where our panel discussed which traditional sports league is doing it best when it comes to entering into esports.
Guest post from Joe Hills, Strategic Partnership Director at Infinite Esports & Entertainment & host of the Esports Roundtable podcast. You can see Joe in person at tomorrow night’s Esports
The French Open at Roland Garros becomes the latest sporting event to announce its own parallel esports tournament.
Other football leagues around the world are creating their own esports leagues – surely it’s only a matter of time before the Premier League does the same.
Scottish Esports League is another example of the different approaches to esports growth.