In case you missed this year’s edition of Esports BAR, the world’s leading B2B gathering for the international esports and competitive-gaming industries, download this free copy by filling the form on the right on desktop & below on mobile for a special report on everything you need to know about the event and the insights it gives about the future of entertainment.
Esports BAR took place in Cannes, inside the iconic Palais des Festivals venue from 13 to 15 October. It was a rather special experience as it was participants’ first significant opportunity in almost two years to interact in real life, after the current global Covid-19 pandemic forced live events to shut down globally.
The Esports BAR organisers welcomed several hundred attendees from 215-plus companies in more than 50 countries.
Among those present were esports organisations, leagues and teams; media companies; endemic and non-endemic consumer brands; and the video-game publishers seeking next-generation avenues to exploit their hot in-demand intellectual properties. And the 2,000-plus business meetings arranged featured a rare chance to meet financial investors, including Scandinavian entertainment giant MTG, as well as venture-capital financiers France’s Trust Esport Ventures and UK-based Hiro Capital.
Download this free exclusive Wrap-Up report, which offers a detailed summary of the keynote speeches, panel conversations, fireside chats and on-stage presentations by a line-up of more than 50 expert speakers.
Introduced by Esports BAR Director Arnaud Verlhac, the conversations were filled with insights into the ever-evolving esports market and its unquestionable impact on the global entertainment industry’s future.
Centred on key pillars used by Esports BAR to engage with and educate the world’s esports decision-makers, this free downloadable report focuses on the following:
- Esports and the Future of Entertainment: Audiences
Including the event’s two keynote speeches, this section demonstrates why esports is a true audience-first business; without its communities, there is no business
- Esports and the Future of Entertainment: Innovation
As a digital-first industry, esports and other competitive-gaming activities organically generate data and instigate inventive developments like content automation and the metaverse
- Esports and the Future of Entertainment: Brands
Marketers for brands like luxury-fashion giant Ralph Lauren and iconic chocolate bar KitKat are among the biggest investors in competitive gaming; they explain how esports is setting a new bar for how to reach in-demand young Millennials, Gen Z and Generation Alpha fans
- Esports and the Future of Entertainment: Society
Esports might be highly competitive, but in today’s era of mindfulness, a positive focus on the physical and mental welfare of individual players and teams are essential to its commercial success, integrity and longevity.
- Esports BAR’s Shaker of the Year Award
Learn why the amazing Anna Rozwandowicz, Founder of communications agency The Story Mob, nabbed this highly prestigious prize.
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