Esports: Powered by Technology
It’s predicted that eSports will grow into a billion-dollar industry in 2019. And technology is integral to the entire experience for athletes, teams, sponsors and fans. Key thought and technology business leaders are propelling this industry forward, leveraging top eSports athletes to compete for big dollars on a global stage. MODERATOR: Kendra Johnson, GM, Global Content Development and Emerging Markets, Twitch SPEAKERS: William "Scarra" Li, Twitch Streamer and Co-Host, "Beyond the Rift" Jason Paul, General Manager, Gaming and Esports, Nvidia Frank Soqui, VP and GM, Gaming Division, Intel Corporation David Wan Tat Tse, Global Esports Director, Razer Noah Whinston, Executive Chairman, Immortals
How Are Brands Engaging with Esports and Gaming?
Brands are benefiting from backing esports. Esports also offers direct access to a prime consumer group: 18- to 35-year-olds who may have already cut the cord to traditional TV. Hear how brands are successfully engaging customers through esports.
Formula 1's Matt Roberts in the C Space Studio - Highlight
James Kotecki of C Space Studio speaks with Matt Roberts, Director of Research and Analytics, Formula 1 about how fan insights and feedback inform business decisions.
The State of Sports Analytics
Sports franchises use big data to support roster decisions, improve player performance and optimize coaching decisions, but analytics also help identify new revenue streams and enhance the in-game fan experience.
Esports and Technology: An Innovation Game-Changer
Is technology positioned at the driving or receiving end of the $1 billion global esports industry? Hear the latest CTA research and industry experts discuss how esports enables advancements in gaming hardware, content and infrastructure.
Technology that Will Revolutionize Sports
Cloud, artificial intelligence, 5G and XR are revolutionizing business opportunities in the sports industry. Explore the rising players in this game-changing market and what lies ahead for 2020.
The Future of Streaming Sports
Sports are perhaps the most critical piece in the future of live television. As long-term TV contracts expire and exclusive broadcast rights are up for bid, streamers are in a fierce competition to claim new territory.