ICE London to feature $250,000 esports tournament to an online audience of over 5 million viewers from all over the world.
The number of people set to experience ICE London 2020, the world’s biggest gaming technology event, is set to grow exponentially following Clarion Gaming’s decision to co-host a $250,000 US prize money professional esports tournament that will be live broadcast to an online global audience in excess of 5million.
The ground-breaking initiative, which is being undertaken in partnership with GG.Bet. will comprise an 800sqm state-of-the-art Esports Arena featuring a custom built stage, an educational auditorium, commentator ICE box, partner data.bet lounge, a themed bar and a betting hatch allowing players to ‘bet’ ICE and GG.Bet dollars in order to simulate esports wagering.
Described by Clarion’s recently appointed Head of esports, William Harding, as representing a ‘global industry first’, ICE London’s Esports Arena will provide visitors with the practical tool kit and strategic insights to take full commercial advantage of what is one of the industry’s fastest growing wagering sectors.
The live event, which will be streamed to esports fans worldwide, is only open to over 18-year-old, b2b delegates.
With market reports showing registered esports wagering of $5.6bn in 2015 has grown to $13bn this year, it’s going to be one of the must attend features at ICE London for operators and gaming brands alike.
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