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THE ROLE OF MOBILE IN ESPORTS

REPORT: THE STATE AND FUTURE OF MOBILE ESPORTS IN ASIA AND THE WEST
Feb 8, 2018

While mobile has quickly grown as the biggest gaming screen worldwide, its esports scene is largely lagging behind that of PC and console. We collected insights into the state of mobile esports in Asia and the West in this free report.

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Over the past two years, the global esports market grew by 102% to reach $655 million in 2017. While mobile has quickly grown as the biggest gaming screen worldwide, its esports scene is largely lagging that of PC and console. In Asia, however, mobile esports is experiencing a boom, accelerated by the mobile-first culture of the region. The phenomenon is especially outstanding in China, leading with top franchises such as Tencent’s Honor of Kings and Giant Network’s Battle of Balls. In Asia, mobile esports is expected to follow a similar structure to that of PC, with the top games being played and scalable stadium events taking place with large viewership. In the West, PC is still the dominant form of gaming entertainment and is expected to remain so for the coming years. Here, mobile esports is expected to be more successful in other layers of esports, such as the amateur scene.

Using data from our esports solutions, including our Global Esports Market Report, we examine the role of mobile in esports, the top performing titles, trends, and the differences between Asia and the West.

THE STATE & FUTURE OF MOBILE ESPORTS
Report Outline:

Games and Esports Market Overview
PC Esports vs. Mobile Esports
Mobile Esports in the West feat. Case Study on Clash of Clans
Mobile Esports in Asia feat. Case Study on Battle of the Balls
What is the Future Outlook feat. India

INTEL BRINGS ESPORTS TO PYEONGCHANG AHEAD OF THE OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES

WORLDWIDE TOP PARTNER INTEL TODAY ANNOUNCED PLANS TO BRING AMAZING GAMING EXPERIENCES TO PYEONGCHANG AHEAD OF NEXT FEBRUARY’S OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES.

Intel will deliver two distinct gaming experiences to Korea in the lead-up to PyeongChang 2018: the Intel® Extreme Masters PyeongChang esports tournament, featuring one of the most celebrated esports titles of all time, Blizzard Entertainment’s “StarCraft® II”, and a separate exhibition featuring Ubisoft’s action-sports title “Steep™ Road to the Olympics”, the official licensed game of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

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