FOR those keen on entering the world of E-Sports, but lack the prowess or staying power to battle online, perhaps being an investor might be more rewarding.
At the Keep It Going discussion, Game On! Where Is The Money In E-Sports? the panellists discussed the various ways that investors could game the still nascent industry.
Panellists for the event organised by STORM-ASIA and Millet World hailed from the support side of the industry, Rai Cockfield III of yup.gg and Nicholas Khoo, Chairman of Singapore Cybersports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA). Lending her voice was 11-year gamer, Ann Tan.