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Why Investors Can’t Ignore The Esports Boom Any Longer

Baystreet.ca

Esports have officially gone mainstream. With 243 million dedicated viewers…Major arenas across the globe selling out…And a market expected to grow to $3 billion by 2022… Wall Street is starting to take note. In fact, some of the top companies in this burgeoning sector have seen unprecedented growth in just a few short years. Like EA which has shot up 147%... Nintendo which has soared by 276%...And Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc which exploded by 411%... As surprising as it sounds, the industry has the potential to go head-to-head with the NFL, NBA and even the English Premier League, according to Goldman Sachs. The top ten teams in the business are already pulling in over $160 million every year, while the stars of the industry are earning as much as some of the biggest names in traditional sports. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The real potential lies in the web of revenue streams hiding just outside of the spotlight. Millennial Esports (TSX.V:GAME, OTCMKTS:MLLLF) is a company that knows this all too well… ... Click here to view full article