Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Power of the Gamers
Gamers have a lot of control over how publishers use them. Here is one example of how a League decided to move from Twitch to Facebook and now there is a boycott of the leagues events…. provided by
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MOST WATCHED GAMES ON TWITCH  Every month, we will publish the top games on Twitch by total hours watched. The ranking can be filtered on both esports hours and total overall hours. Esports hours consists of content from professionally organized esports competitions and does not include individual (pro-player) streams. This content combined with consumer content makes up the total...
Top 100 Streamers
Top 100 Twitch Users by Channel Views HOME / TOP LISTS / TOP 100 TWITCH USERS BY CHANNEL VIEWS read more
US Game Industry 2017 Revenue Over $36 Billion
Apparently there are many different was to determine the revenue for the video game industry. The US game industry raked in $37 billion in 2017 according to a press release from the Entertainment Software Association. The Entertainment Software Association (or ESA) is an organization that represents the interests of US video game hardware and software producers....
NBA Launching their own eSport League
The teams in the basketball gaming league will be managed by actual NBA franchises. It will start with eight to twelve teams and eventually the NBA expects all 30 to be represented in the gaming league. read this and this    
Permanent Franchises Change the Landscape
Permanent eSport Franchises (Teams) change the landscape. Previously, franchises were stayed around long enough to see if they could cash in. Many franchises have come and gone. But with permanent franchises, there is a long term play that will change the way players, sponsors and game developers approach the eSport industry. Take a read at...
Goldman Sachs
Leagues are for real! More than 38 million people have played Rocket League across PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, developer Psyonix announced today. read more
Study shows video games could cut dementia risk in seniors Could playing video games help keep the brain agile as we age? A new study suggests older adults who practice specific computer training exercises that test how fast they respond to visual stimuli could face a 29 percent lower chance of developing dementia, results deemed...
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