This 2-day event from the 6th and 7th of November allows attendees to take in the luxurious surroundings of the impressive Taipei hotel while engaging with some of the top executives in the esports community. With eSports having one of the fastest-growing fan-bases as part of a global games market predicted to exceed a phenomenal $138 billion in 2019, this event will focus on some of the best ways to improve the gaming trends in the industry.
It also drills down on some of the best ways to explore the industry and maximise the opportunities open in certain regions. Start-ups will find this event helpful as it will give them an excellent insight into current trends and the chance to connect and form long term partnerships. In essence, this event is an eye-opener and will change the way individuals see this industry.
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As well as players, investors and business leaders are also expected to be at this event and looking forward to engaging with a great range of speakers such as Eric Jou from ESL Gaming who has eight years of experience in the China and Asia market. With the experience of helping brands such as Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, iRobot and others enter and compete in the China market, Eric is sure to be in demand throughout the two days.
The eSports forum is co-located with the Asian Gaming Summit which covers several key themes such as the gaming industry in Cambodia and the Philippines; licensing and regulatory regimes in the region and how to develop a communication hub between Eastern and Western industry culture. Innovation is essential to stay ahead of the competition, and these events provide great insights into the Asian gaming landscape. To keep up to date with what Dragon is doing in the eGaming industry, be sure to read the Dragon Blog. And be sure to join the discussion in our Telegram group.