Infrastructure Platform and Payment Gateway for Esports and Gaming

September 24, 2018 | 33 views

The desire to compete is in our nature. Striving to be faster, better, stronger at everything - from faster cars to sports achievements to. becoming the best player on a gaming server!Esports is one of the fastest growing digital markets with a 33% annual growth rate. Its opportunities are endless: esports will have over 1Bn enthusiasts & viewers by 2023, which is ⅓ of all gamers, and will become the #1 sport of the future. But with all this potential, the esport industry’s growth is still currently hampered by the insecurity and fraud of transactions, no single point of entry, and limited market knowledge and business tools.

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