Tag "digital sport"

Why esports publishers must provide players with a path to pro

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.

Digital Sport London: Esports Special

After covering OTT and VR/AR so far this year, the third big topic we’re going to look into is the role esports has within the sports industry. It’s a topic we’ve covered

Are we going OTT about OTT? What we learned from Digital Sport Manchester

What you need to know about live streaming but were too afraid to ask.

Digital Sport Manchester: Are we going OTT about OTT?

The first Digital Sport event of the year brings us to Manchester for the first #DSManchester event, bringing a regular Digital Sport event to a second city!

2017 Review: The Top 10 #DigiSport stories of the year

Our top ten stories of the year ranked by pageviews – the perfect way to see what’s made a storm in #Digisport this year.

Your Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Tuesday 28th Nov

This is the first in what is hopefully a long daily series where I put together and share a list of articles I’ve been reading. Providing a filter for you

Digital Sport London – World Cup 3.0 Breakfast

World Cup 3.0 – acquiring, engaging and monetizing Russia 2018 In this month’s Digital Sport London event we kick off the breakfast style events with a bang. In this two

Digital Sport London – The Future of (Digital) Sports Broadcasting

Sponsored by;         The Digital Sport London monthly networking events are back after a gap of a couple of years! With a new home at the London Sporting

AS Roma trial new Twitter League

AS Roma have proved recently they’re not shy when it comes to testing out fan engagement opportunities on digital. From crowdsourcing ideas for their new website on Reddit to parodying

The Definitive list of eSports in Sports Organisations

One of speakers at #FECbrighton, Mario Leo of RESULT Sports, has released a new study looking at sports organisations and those involved with eSports. You can see the current list here…