Esports desk

How much do esports casters make?

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. Casting gigs for the

Esports interviews

Interviews tips on how to get a job in esports

Switching it up back into the career advice category, we went through networking in esports, writing a resume for your esports job and negotiating a salary in esports. What’s left is the what I completely forgot about. The job interview. The interview is one of the most important aspects of the job interview. Generally, there’s a few steps depending on your career level but i’ll try to speak about it as much as I can and generally. Here’s 7 tips on your acing your esports interview. Do some research on the company Do a bit of research on the company

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Should I incorporate my esports business?

I spoke about the need for a lawyer in esports, an accountant in esports and esports project managers. I’ve also spoken about esports pitch decks & selling your esports business. However, I have never spoken about those starting out and whether you should incorporate or not. Today’s post, I’ll speak about the pros and cons of incorporating your business in esports. Whether you are just starting out or converting a business, it’s important to understand both sides of incorporating. Please note, this isn’t legal or tax advice but my personal experiences. Always consult a lawyer or accountant! Pros of incorporating