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REVEALED: Top eSports players set to earn $3.2 million in 2019

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Are you looking to be the next Most Valuable Player? A new tool could be what you need to become the next eSports title-holder.

How To Become An eSports Champion uses detailed market data from the last 20 years to predict the average winnings for the next five years, including the exact amount players, teams and countries are likely to win, as well as how much games, genres and events will pay out.

Via a bespoke algorithm that monitors trends, the tool feeds historical data on earnings and tournament payouts through a recurrent neural network to unveil what’s really worth playing in 2019 and beyond.

Player earnings: Projected earnings from 2018 to 2019

Player

Highest earnings 2018 ($)

Predicted highest earnings 2019 ($)

Percentage change

1st

2,290,632

3,293,996

43.8%

2nd

2,282,717

3,273,849

43.4%

3rd

2,280,217

3,178,682

39.4%

4th

2,249,842

3,106,845

38.1%

5th

2,249,136

2,996,415

33.2%

2018 proved to be a successful year for the top five highest-earning eSports players, who took home an average of $2,270,509 in tournament winnings.

Dota2 Player Jesse Vainikka, known as JerAx, was the highest earner in 2018, pocketing $2,290,632.

2019 appears to be a particularly profitable year, with the top-earner predicted to pocket $3,292,966 in winnings.

In fact, the average winnings of the top five players are set to rise 39.6% from $2,270,509 in 2018 to $3,169,957 in 2019.

Team earnings: Projected earnings from 2018 to 2019

Team

Highest earnings 2018 ($)

Predicted highest earnings 2019 ($)

Percentage change

1st

11,465,456

17,930,804

56.4%

2nd

6,959,312

7,542,920

8.4%

3rd

5,362,637

7,091,574

32.2%

4th

4,183,271

6,854,611

63.9%

5th

3,957,915

6,449,381

62.9%

 

2018 saw the top five highest-earning teams earn an average of $6,385,718 from tournaments. Team OG proved to be the most successful team, netting a staggering $11,465,456.

Meanwhile, 2019 looks to build upon this staggering sum even more, with the top team tipped to take home a hefty $17,930,804.

Teams will be preparing for upcoming clashes in 2019, particularly with team earnings set to increase by 43.7% to $9,173,858 in 2019.

Country earnings: Projected earnings from 2018 to 2019

Country

Highest earnings 2018 ($)

Predicted highest earnings 2019 ($)

Percentage change

1st

28,202,681

45,750,768

62.2%

2nd

16,196,204

34,369,132

112.2%

3rd

13,662,922

27,563,430

101.7%

4th

10,455,654

11,989,372

14.7%

5th

7,315,113

9,715,199

32.8%

In 2018, the United States earned the most from eSports, winning $28,202,681. However, in 2019 it’s China that’s predicted to make the most money – $45,750,768 to be precise.

2018 saw the most talented countries take home an average of $15,166,515. In 2019, a predicted increase of 70.6% suggests that the top-earning countries will earn an estimated $25,877,580.

Highest paying games: Projected winnings from 2018 to 2019

Game

Highest earnings 2018 ($)

Predicted highest earnings 2019 ($)

Percentage change

1st

41,395,452

42,932,232

3.7%

2nd

22,620,367

14,889,274

-34.2%

3rd

20,074,787

12,458,714

-37.9%

4th

14,448,877

4,507,453

-68.8%

5th

7,054,681

4,068,943

-42.3%

 

Dota 2 has further cemented its popularity as the highest-paying game in 2018. In the last year, Dota 2 awarded $41,395,452 in prize winnings. Predictions forecast Dota 2 as the highest-paying game for the next five years!

Through 2018, the five leading game titles paid an average of $21,118,833 to winners. However, an average predicted percentage change of -25.3% suggests that this figure will fall to $15,771,323 in 2019 among the games placed 2nd to 5th as Dota 2 continues to dominate.

Highest paying genres from 2018 to 2019

Genre

Highest earnings 2018 ($)

Predicted highest earnings 2019 ($)

Percentage change

1st

70,936,085

83,768,792

18.1%

2nd

61,209,681

30,749,112

-49.8%

3rd

6,190,134

6,072,446

-2.0%

4th

5,376,839

5,027,990

-6.5%

5th

4,977,551

1,813,499

-63.7%

2018 has revealed the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) as the highest-paying genre, as $70,936,085 was paid out to top teams.

2019 will be a less profitable year for eSports champions specialising in MOBAs, first-person shooters, sports, card games and strategy games. The average payouts are set to change by -25.3% from $29,738,058 in 2018 to 25,486,368 in 2019.

Highest paying events from 2018 to 2019

Event

Highest earnings 2018 ($)

Predicted highest earnings 2019 ($)

Percentage change

1st

25,532,177

46,779,332

83.2%

2nd

9,985,500

11,265,746

12.8%

3rd

8,038,350

7,178,802

-10.7%

4th

6,450,000

6,830,911

5.9%

5th

3,921,000

6,749,588

72.1%

 

The International 2018 was the highest-paying tournament last year, with winners receiving $25,532,177. In 2019, the same tournament is forecasted to pay out a whopping $46,779,332 – an increase of 83.2%.

In 2019, tournaments will pay 46.1% more than the previous year, with payouts set to rise from $10,785,405 to $15,760,876.

To find out what’s really worth playing in 2019, visit: https://www.esports-champions.com/

 

  • Historical data sourced from Esports Earnings.
  • All data correct as of 21 January 2019.
  • All percentages have been rounded to one decimal place.
  • The creators of this piece take no responsibility for any money won or lost by betting, investing or partaking in eSports – this is simply a data-intensive guide.

Source: blueclaw.co.uk


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Metric Gaming provides Sportsbook to ManiSol Gaming

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Metric Gaming confirms sportsbook launch for InAndOutBet.com, ManiSol Gaming’s Northern European focussed Pay N Play® casino and sports betting brand.

Through a 2019 partnership with Together Gaming, InAndOutBet.com’s customers benefit from some of the best casino game and content providers in the industry with the convenience of instant, hassle-free deposits and withdrawals. Metric’s modern sportsbook proposition is an exciting addition to a brand that is looking to do things differently.

Speaking about the successful launch, Metric Gaming’s CEO Martin de Knijff said:

“We have been impressed by the whole ManiSol team from the start. We are excited about the potential of InAndOutBet and grateful for the trust ManiSol have shown in us and our product to deliver an important vertical for their growth plans.

This launch, our first full sportsbook, is a significant milestone for Metric and we are eager to showcase our unique capabilities. InAndOutBet will benefit from a best-in-class sportsbook proposition that will be fully localised in each country the brand operates, with negligible incremental costs for each new configuration.

Crucially, this includes pricing autonomy for every market, every selection on the sportsbook. This is so important for international brands these days due to the conflicting taxation rules introduced internationally. This will be a significant competitive advantage over their rivals, and we’re excited to have the opportunity to contribute to ManiSol’s success.”

Erik Gilstring, COO at ManiSol Gaming added:

“At first, we were unsure of using an untested sportsbook product. However, once we met the team at Metric and saw the capabilities of their products, we were excited to have access to this new technology.

We are confident we have secured the most modern sports betting product available on the market for our customers and are pleased to have added another high quality, innovative vertical to our growing brand.”

Metric Gaming is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and holds a Class 4 Gaming Licence from Malta’s Gaming Authority.

For more information please visit www.metricgaming.com


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Prague Gaming Summit 2020 moderator profile: Zlatan Omerspahić (Head of Legal and Compliance, Data Protection Officer at NSoft) 

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The 4th edition of the Prague Gaming Summit will take place on 6 March 2020 and welcomes leading operators, service providers and gambling industry experts from all across Europe.

 

On the 6th of March at the Prague Gaming Summit, you have the opportunity to dive into several subjects, among which also the Gambling And Casino Games Via Social Media And Online Technologies (Large Room: Opal, Topaz, Quartz)”.

As mentioned in earlier press releases, will bring a brand new format of speeches and more trending themes as it did in the early years.

Among the leading experts that will share their latest information, you have the opportunity to hear more about the sports betting industry from Zlatan Omerspahić – NSoft, who will also be moderating the panel.

Zlatan Omerspahić has a Ph.D. in Commercial law, Corporate governance, Contract law, Regulatory issues and is currently serving the role of Data Protection Officer at NSoft.

He has graduated the Faculty of Law at the University of Zenica and has held several compliance-related roles at Sberbank and Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank.

He is responsible, loyal, dedicated and eager to learn about innovative things.

Just recently, Zlatan has been shortlisted at the Global Regulatory Awards 2019 in the category: Data Protection Officer or Team of the year.

 Do not miss this unique opportunity to learn and networking with the leaders of the industry.

Order your Delegate Pass or VIP Package (Delegate Pass +Accommodation) now!

Here is a testimonial that has been left by Tal Zamstein, one of the attending delegates of the 2019 edition of Prague Gaming Summit:

It was great to have the operators and suppliers with the presence in the CEE territories under one roof. It is always very useful to discover the challenges and see the trends of the industry in the newly regulated markets.

Tal Zamstein

Group Head of Gaming at Fortuna Group


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1xBet becomes the title partner of NAVI

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1xBet, one of the leading betting platforms in the world, became the title partner of our esports club. The cooperation agreement is expected to last for 1 year and will be valid until December 31, 2020.

If I had only recently been told that NAVI would work with 1xBet, one of the largest betting companies in the world, a partner of such an iconic club as FC Barcelona is, ​​I would not believe it. Now it has become a reality and the partnership between Natus Vincere and 1xBet inspires us incredibly. Welcome to #navination! – said, Yevhen Zolotarov, CEO Natus Vincere.

The agreement provides 1xBet support for NAVI teams in various esports disciplines. We plan to create a number of powerful marketing activities and campaigns with 1xBet for our fans.

1xBet is an international gaming betting company with over 12 years of experience in the industry and has offices in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. Previously, the company entered into agreements with a number of well-known organizations, including the Spanish La Liga, the Italian Serie A, and the FC Barcelona.


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