eSports Pro is live – here’s how to get involved

Later today the very first eSports Pro newsletter is published by MCV.

eSports Pro is the first dedicated B2B source for pro-gaming, and is part of a bigger commitment to this important part of games culture and business by MCV.

There are plenty of ways MCV readers and the global games business can get involved in eSports Pro either as readers, contributors or partners.

We’ve appointed Chris Higgins as launch editor for eSports Pro – feel free to reach out to him on with story ideas and pitches. He’ll be putting regular reports on each week which are then pulled together in our twice-a-week bulletin, which includes links to curated content off-site and an events guide.

If you want to start getting eSports Pro in your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday, send a note to, including your name and the company you work for.

Elsewhere, we have established an advisory board to help steer and support eSports Pro’s editorial voice. Spaces are limited and the board is invite-only, but if you think you, or a colleague/boss/peer, would be well placed for this, send a note to eSports Pro’s content director, Andrew Wooden at

There’s also a raft of promotional opportunities around our eSports activity.

We’ve already been publishing a weekly series called Understanding eSports since the start of the year, published in MCV and serialised on

Later this month, MCV publishes a dedicated eSports hardware guide for retailers distributed with our weekly magazine and reproduced as a digital edition online.

Plus, we’ve already had great response and interest in eSports Pro, with a database of global readers, including leaders of sports associations (both eSports and traditional sports), top games publishers and developers, and many more.

Contact Conor Tallon, or 01992 535 647, to find out about commercial opportunities with eSports Pro.

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