As esports have exploded in China over the past decade, eFootball, now a category itself, is undergoing a meteoric rise in the mainland.
The recent round of video game licensing deals signed by clubs and leagues with EA Sports and Konami show how complicated the video game licensing business has become. Callum McCarthy examines whether it is better to sell rights collectively or go it alone.
Callum McCarthy looks at the various ways in which lesser-known European host cities are benefiting from staging a variety of international esports competitions.
Major League Baseball's developing esports strategy, much more inclusive and based on a game title much simpler to play, veers heavily from other major US sports properties
Venue to be the largest esports training facility of its kind in North American upon opening
Eric Tveter, former Central Europe chief executive of telco Liberty Global, has become a major investor and the first chairman of London-based start-up Veloce Esports.
The Shanghai Esports Association signed deals with event partners to formally launch the 2019 Esports Shanghai Masters, the city's first esports league, which will take place in Jing'an Sports Centre between…
Highlights of Garry Cook, Gfinity executive chairman, in conversation at the Sports Decision Makers Summit in London.
Fortnite player’s contract lawsuit shakes up esports, but it’s unlikely to be the industry’s ‘Bosman moment’
Fortnite player and Twitch streamer Turner 'Tfue' Tenney has become the first professional gamer to file a lawsuit against his own organisation over an unfavourable contract. Callum McCarthy asks if signifies the emergence of player power in esports.
PSG and Schalke pioneer football club involvement in esports PSG targeting Asian youth, Schalke broadening European brand Both clubs believe gaming is the future of entertainment