E-sports

Peer-To-Peer Esports Sanctioning Organization

Peer-to-peer play is hardly a new concept. It is simply a system which provides the necessary means for competition to take place. Competitions may vary and may involve providing the necessary physical or virtual space to enable the competition to take place, supplying the equipment to facilitate the activity, arranging for both the space and the equipment or neither.

Peer-to-peer play operators would be responsible for the integrity of the competition by certifying that the necessary rules are complied with as well as ensuring that the tournament conditions offer a fully level playing field, proper matchmaking, and no cheating.

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A Sporting Chance

Esports has grabbed the attention of more than just the gaming industry, and for good reason.

The industry’s rapid rise has benefited from numerous omnichannel platforms that allow for unprecedented viewership and engagement from a diverse audience. With the “new abnormal” defined by Covid-19, esports has proven that media consumption is not just about what people can watch on the major networks. Instead, people are turning to streaming platforms like Twitch and YouTube for competitive-based content

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