The Business of Esports News - June 11, 2019

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Intel and IOC in talks over esports Olympics inclusion

Intel and IOC in talks over esports Olympics inclusion

Intel are reportedly in talks with the International Olympics Commision (IOC) over a possible inclusion of esports in the Olympics. How did the talks go?

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Bethesda accused of faking crowd noise during E3 press conference | Dot Esports

Bethesda accused of faking crowd noise during E3 press conference | Dot Esports

Did the reveal of a mobile reboot for a dormant franchise really earn raucous applause from the crowd?

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LA Laker Josh Hart Tells Why He Invested in FaZe Clan

LA Laker Josh Hart Tells Why He Invested in FaZe Clan

Los Angeles Laker Josh Hart and founding partner at Cut and Sew LA Matt Hillman join Cheddar Esports to explain how they became involved in esports, including their recent investments in FaZe Clan and PlayVS.

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Mets owners bet big on billion-dollar e-sports market

Mets owners bet big on billion-dollar e-sports market

Tired of watching the New York Mets strikeout in the standings? Maybe you'd rather watch someone shoot the bad guys in a video game.

crainsnewyork.com
5 ways to break into esports other than playing

5 ways to break into esports other than playing

There's so much more to esports than the players on the field. If you've ever dreamed of joining esports, check out these alternatives to playing!

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Esports as Education Game Changer -- THE Journal

Esports as Education Game Changer -- THE Journal

When the New York Institute of Technology took a gamer’s advice to organize esports play for its students, little did the institution expect that seed to grow into groundbreaking medical research, a potential area for development of a new minor and a r...

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Another Video Game ETF is Coming

Another Video Game ETF is Coming

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com.

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China Games Firm Huya Launches in Brazil as Part of Rapid International Expansion

China Games Firm Huya Launches in Brazil as Part of Rapid International Expansion

Leading Chinese game live-streaming company Huya has launched its Nimo TV platform in Brazil. In a rapid overseas expansion drive, the move marks the 10th launch territory outside mainland China. N…

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Video Game Creators Are Burned Out and Desperate for Change

Video Game Creators Are Burned Out and Desperate for Change

'Every game you like is built on the backs of workers'

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Mobile games now account for 33% of installs, 10% of time and 74% of consumer spend – T...

Mobile games now account for 33% of installs, 10% of time and 74% of consumer spend – T...

Mobile gaming continues to hold its own, accounting for 10% of the time users spend in apps — a percentage that has remained steady over the years, even though our time in apps overall has grown by 50% over the past two years. In addition, games are co...

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More U.S. millennials subscribe to video games than traditional pay TV: survey

More U.S. millennials subscribe to video games than traditional pay TV: survey

By Hilary Russ NEW YORK (Reuters) - More American millennials now subscribe to a video game service than to a traditional paid television service, according to a survey on Monday, as consumers favor new forms of entertainment that are shifting the broa...

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Intel challenges AMD, says ‘come beat us in real-world gaming’

Intel challenges AMD, says ‘come beat us in real-world gaming’

Let the smack talk begin.

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Ubisoft unveils Uplay+ subscription PC gaming service

Ubisoft unveils Uplay+ subscription PC gaming service

Ubisoft is launching its UPlay+ subscription PC game service in September. It will be available in North America and Europe for $15 a month.

venturebeat.com
Gaming Conference E3 Grows With the Industry, But How Far Will It Stretch?

Gaming Conference E3 Grows With the Industry, But How Far Will It Stretch?

Companies outside of traditional gaming are increasingly attending the conference.

fortune.com