Ministry of Sport

Forbes: The World’s Most Valuable Esports Companies

The rising popularity of esports is recognised the world over and Forbes has just released a list of the world’s most valuable esports teams which shows how well they’re really doing. Major sporting stars like...

Category - eSport

Astralis To Become First Esports Organisation To Go Public

Denmark’s Astralis Group, who owns a top Counter-Strike: Global Offensive esports franchise, has confirmed it will go public later this month. The move will make the organisation the first esports group to become a...

MotoGP Esports Championship Produces Record-Breaking Numbers

Three months of online selection, six Online Challenges, three Pro Drafts and four million kilometres raced by the competitors has seen MotoGP eSport produce record-breaking participation numbers during the first phase...

Tyson Steps Into Esports Ring

Former world heavyweight champion, Mike Tyson, has made a substantial investment in Fade 2 Karma (F2K), a professional esports team best known for its time in Hearthstone. The investment was made through Mike’s...

2019, Esports First Billion Dollar Year

Having already surpassed the yearly revenues generated by the film industry and equaling revenues from traditional sports, the global esports industry is on track to achieve US$1.1 billion in revenue in 2019, according...

Forbes: The World’s Most Valuable Esports Companies

The rising popularity of esports is recognised the world over and Forbes has just released a list of the world’s most valuable esports teams which shows how well they’re really doing. Major sporting stars like Shaquille...

Nike Signs First Esports Ambassador

American sportswear giant Nike has broadened its traditional sponsorship scope by signing its first ever endorsement deal with an esports athlete. Chinese League of Legends player and recent gold medalist at the Asian...

The Overwatch League expands again with six new teams

Six more teams from around the world have now been signed to the Overwatch League ahead of its second season. Following additions of Atlanta and Guangzhou in August, the six new teams include Chengdu, Hangzhou, Paris...