eSports grow increasingly in the last couple of years, culminating in 2012 where evolution was huge! But do you ever wonder how eSports will transition in 2013?
We searched the web and found the answer in that question. You will find bellow interviews with the co-founders of Riot Games and League of Legends talking about the future of eSports and also other articles about the potential of eSports to be in TV.
- League Of Legends Developer Brandon Beck Talks Rise Of Gaming Houses And Future Of ESports – Forbes
Although there’s still $5 million up for grabs with Season Two of Riot Games’ League of the Legends Championship Series Tournament, the company has already mapped out a very different Season Three. Brandon Beck, CEO and co-founder of Riot Games, is leading the charge with a completely separate, dedi…
- Riot Games CEO Brandon Beck Talks League of Legends Championship Series Season Three – Forbes
Riot Games is taking eSports very seriously. Brandon Beck, CEO and co-founder of the company behind the world’s most popular multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game, League of Legends, promises that Season Three will deliver even more cash and prizes than the $5 million Season Two. For the Champ…
- Some People Think Competitive Gaming Belongs On National TV. Others Say It’ll Never Happen.
Competitive gaming has millions of fans. Its biggest stars earn six-figure salaries. Yet it’s nowhere to be found on American television. You may happen upon bowling, lumberjack contests, or even rock-paper-scissors while channel surfing, but nary a match of StarCraft or League of Legends.
- CBS Interactive Games Exec David Rice Sees ‘Great Potential’ For ESports On TV – Forbes
CBS Interactive Games has been busy these days in the burgeoning world of eSports. GameSpot will provide exclusive live stream coverage of the upcoming EA Sports Challenge Series Finals from Las Vegas on February 9. This Virgin Gaming event, which will be played on PlayStation 3 consoles, will award…
- How Riot Games plans to evolve eSports in 2013 – GamerExp.com
Championship Series(LCS) is the first big step that Riot Games take in order to make League of Legends and eSports a week based program.
One hour video with DiGiovanni joined other eSports pioneers on the Sloan Conference panel, including famous Starcraft II caster and professional gamer Sean “Day9” Plott, CEO of Blizzard Entertainment Mike Morhaime, and CEO of professional gaming team Evil Geniuses.