In 2021, eSports is set to generated revenue of $1.084B. By 2024, the market is expected to be worth $1.618B. And these revenue figures relate solely to the world of professional gaming (not the estimated 2.7B gamers worldwide.)
The majority of the growing eSports revenue pie ($641M) comes from sponsorships.
Major deals with sponsors allow for major prize pools. In fact, the top 4 biggest eSports tournaments held to date (all iterations of the “International” Dota 2 championships) have offered a combined prize pool of over $100M. Which is why we’re seeing growing demand for Pro-level eSport training and equipment.
Specifically, eSports training tools are designed to help gamers improve their performance.