A new digital phenomenon is taking over the world…
With two multi-billion-dollar industries converging to form what could be the hottest investment sector of the decade.
A sector that is already revolutionizing both sports and video gaming, and one that you likely know nothing about.
Esports is already minting its first millionaires, with 16-year-old Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf winning $3 million at the Fortnite World Cup.
But in an industry where a single Call of Duty franchise can sell for as much as $60 million, and a gaming streamer can make $500,000 per month, Giersdorf’s winnings are just the tip of the iceberg.
According to Darren Cox, CEO of Millennial Esports (TSXV:GAME, OTCMKTS:MLLLF), “This space is at the intersection of a $140 billion gaming industry and a $640 billion sports industry. From a purely financial perspective, we have barely touched 0.001% of the potential here.”
And everywhere you look, it seems Cox’s words are ringing true. Comcast has recently invested in a $50-million esports arena, Ferrari has signed up to the ... Click here to view full article