Make no mistake about it, gaming is serious business. So much so that esports revenues are expected to reach over $1.6bn within the next two years. More immersive and competitive games than ever before has resulted in a surge in ‘gamers’ as well as audiences who flock to watch the very best in action out of interest and a desire to see how good the best really are.
“As the only esports organisation listed on the London Stock Exchange, a growing fan-base or “franchise”, it [Guild] offers investors with a pure-play opportunity to invest in a fast growing esports teams business with exposure to favourable long term fundamentals and visibility involving Gen-Z and millennial audiences.”
Kal Hourd, CEO of Guild Esports