Esports is a rapidly growing industry around the world. More and more people are coming to realize the potential in esports and are starting to pivot towards the industry. Just like in every profession, whether it be a professional player, content creator, or tournament organizer, you need to be skilled in your craft and you have to understand your strengths and know how to apply them. Every beginner in esports have to establish and immerse themselves in the community. From there you can generate income from your content, and possibly obtain partnerships, sponsorships and participate in tournaments. Whether you’re a
Esports is a rapidly growing industry that offers endless opportunities, not just for professional gamers, but for all kinds of career paths. A common misconception is that video games are not sustainable and is not something that can provide for a living. But esports actually presents genuine opportunities with potential career growth and has a market that is highly sought after by entrepreneurs.
Happy new year everyone. 2020 was a difficult year for many and I’m personally glad we have that year behind us. There are some positives heading into 2021 but we’re still not out of the woods yet. Stay vigilant and keep positive. For today’s topic, I’ll be covering how much do esports casters make when covering esports tournaments. If you’ve landed on this page based off curiosity and are potentially looking into getting into esports (part 2 as well) or you’re looking to know how much to get paid this may help or it may not. Please note, rates change