Here’s a sneak peek at the top-tier content at ESI New York…

Join us in Manhattan for a day jam-packed with debate and discussion on esports’ all important topics.

Join us at #ESINYC for unrivalled debate and discussion

ESI events are famous for our top-tier content. No one crafts agendas like we do, and that’s not set to change in Manhattan.

Join us for two days in April packed full of thought-provoking presentations, panels and discussion.

Looking beyond the headlines: a true reflection on the state of the esports industry

Our conferences are never designed to have content that simply pads the esports industry and says everything’s perfect. If they did, we’d be lying to you.

Last year at ESI NYC we had frank roundtable discussions with three recognised faces in the industry – and this year we’re bringing it in panel format.

Rod “Slasher” Breslau is a man never stuck for words on the state of the esports industry, and he’ll be joined by other big names in the industry to debate exactly where the industry’s at.

Creating the perfect sponsorship strategy in esports

With the esports industry still maturing, revenue streams such as media and data rights are yet to catch up to anything like that of traditional sports counterparts.

Whilst they’re continuing to grow, sponsorship currently stands as one of, if not the industry’s biggest revenue driver. Numerous brands have allocated budget to the esports world now – but some with better effect than others.

At #ESINYC our expert panel including EG CEO Nicole LaPointe Jameson will share their experiences from various right holders perspectives on just how to create the perfect sponsorship strategy.

Bringing esports to you: the benefits of esports on local tourism and the need for dedicated venues

Esports has become incredibly desirable in a short space of time. Rewind a few years and there was never city bidding processes for big esports events which are now commonplace.

The economic impact on cities such as Katowice, Rotterdam or recently Raleigh have been shown by studies to be extremely significant. In addition, with the Call of Duty League and the Overwatch League incorporating homestand events – events will continue to move to different cities.

Our panel will dissect and discuss the opportunities for dedicated venues, and the benefits that esports events can bring to a local economy.


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