iGaming Key-players will gather to discuss the current market situation in the e-Sport industry at the Esports BAR summit in Canes this fall.
The betting industry turned to esports in order to curb the effects of the pandemic on their business in 2020 due the cancellation of traditional sports events around the globe.. For esports, these unusual circumstances created an opportunity to reach new audiences, including those it might not have otherwise reached at all. Market Insight Reports predicts that the size of the global esports betting market is expected to reach US$13.05bn by 2025, with a compound annual growth rate of 13.1% over the forecast period of 2020 to 2025.
With this perspective in mind, most betting companies started to look for the best ways to open up to esports. As a result, B2B collaborations began to boom. In the process of replacing traditional sports, and increasing the betting volume, sportsbooks added more competitive esports events to their portfolio, which secured data providers with wider coverage.
Mickael Shahinyan, One.Fun co-founder will join the Esport BAR as moderator of one of the sessions where the following questions would be discussed:
– What are the current trends in esports betting?
– What are the synergies when cross-selling sports and esports games?
– What are the threats faced by betting companies in esports?
– How do you handle betting and the young esports audience?
Mickael Shahinyan says: “Discussing the current market situation with industry key-players we may find answers the Esports industry really needs. As a One.Fun co-founder I do have access to users’ and clients’ feedback we have collected after hitting the beta of our project. This feedback is what industry needs and I will share it along one of the sessions at Esports BAR where I will act as a moderator. Real industry feedback combined with real operating experience. I do appreciate the opportunity to join the Esports BAR and do believe we will hit the market during the show. ”