GameReady is a Malaysian tech startup working on a mobile esports platform that offers the most accessible competitive gaming experience for professional and casual gamers alike.
We give our partners a mobile esports platform to build their brand and engage the esports ecosystem and youth. GameReady aims to give gamers a progression and direct path to competing esports professionally.
An online esports platform that enables organizers & gamers to create and enter leagues and tournaments.
Esport hub to discover and compete in tournaments, socially and professionally
The tournament will be setup in dedicated venue and ready to register
Easy tournament setup by organizers, automate tournament formats and slots management
Localized ranking system with players / team profile and performance data
Support regional currencies digital wallet to hold players winnings and credits
Esports are electronic sports, organized competitive gaming events for various electronic games in various leagues with teams and players grouping, battling it out for victory. Prizes are on offer, as is the mass recognition prestige of being crowned champions. Winning teams or players can expect to potentially receive millions in prize money, as well as in more funding from sponsorship, endorsements and salaries.
Esports had also been dubbed the “next big thing” in influencer marketing. With the eSports community growing larger every year. Esports marketing revenue had been increasing steadily at a pace of 40% year-on-year and estimated to reach $1.18 billion for the year 2019. A large part of this revenue comes from brand investment, with 80% of the total revenue in 2016 coming from sponsorships and advertising.
“ I believe esports will rival the biggest traditional sports leagues in terms of future opportunities, and between advertising, ticket sales, licensing, sponsorships and merchandising, there are tremendous growth areas for this nascent industry” – Steve Borenstein, Chairman of Activision Blizzard’s Esports Division and Former CEO of ESPN and NFL Network
– Esports as a Fans Sport –
While eSports may not be your first thought when you change the channel to ESPN, it has a significant fanbase, and it’s growing rapidly. Meanwhile, ESPN has recognized the popularity of eSports. They accept it as a sport, and broadcast competitions on their network, besides more traditional sporting events.
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