The 2020 pandemic may have brought esports out of the shadows and into our living rooms, but lack of regulation in the esports betting space will hold back the industry’s true potential.
Dr. Brett Abarbanel is Director of Research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, International Gaming Institute, with a joint affiliate appointment at University...
Various moves are emerging in India to legally recognize esports as sports and something distinct from the gambling world.
PayTm First Games has reached an accord with Singapore-based ESports Players League to organize mobile eSports tournaments in India.
It has been a really unique and indeed surprising year to say the least. When live sport ground to a halt earlier in the year, we lost 95 percent of our live sport feeds in a matter of days. That would have signaled logically some tough and challenging times for all in the sector.
PUBG will not be able to return to India until at least March 21 as the company has been unable to secure a meeting with government officials to discuss the situation. The game, which previously was distributed in India by Tencent, was one of more than 100 apps banned on national security grounds due to their links to China.
Darang Candra, director of Southeast Asia for Niko Partners speaks with Asia Gaming Brief asia editor Felix Ng about interesting trends seen across esports,...
India’s online gaming revenue is expected to jump by 45 percent this year as players turned to their mobiles during Covid-19 mandated lockdowns, with the esports one of the fast growing stars of the segment.
Just two months after being banned from the Indian market PUBG has managed to find a solution to get its feet back into the country’s booming eSports industry.
PUBG is returning to India, just two months after having been banned, saying it will launch a new game specifically for the market and will invest $100 million in the country.