eSports Pro e-newsletter will help you learn more about competitive gaming; MCV also covering eSports extensively from January 16th

MCV opening eSports channel next month

MCV is adding regular reporting on the global eSports business – including the fast-growing UK competitive games sector – as of next month.

The start of the February sees the launch of eSports Pro, a new e-bulletin and alerts service that will cover the pro-gaming sector around the world.

Written by eSports launch editor Chris Higgins, eSports Pro content will strike the right balance between coverage for and about key businesses in the space – and content that will help anyone in games learn and understand pro-gaming. 

You can email right now to get on the mailing list for this exciting new launch.

eSports Pro will profile and interview eSports’ leading names, from developers and event organisers through to, teams, leagues, competitions, individual games, sponsors, technology firms and beyond. 

You can expect guides on understanding this fast-moving part of the games business, insight from the leaders in the sector – all guided by an advisory board of insiders who we will unveil in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, parent title MCV will be covering eSports extensively throughout January, February and March.

From January to March, MCV will serialise a new ‘Understanding eSports’ series of articles, helping core games firms across publishing, development and retail to understand why competitive gaming and is such an important area. 

In February, an MCV Extra supplement will also profile leading eSports Hardware that retailers can stock and sell in order to cater for the always-important PC crowd and the eSport audience.

Find out more about high profile sponsorship and advertising opportunities with eSports Pro and MCV by contacting Conor Tallon on or call him on 01992 535 647. 

Follow eSports Pro on twitter at @esports_pro.

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