5 Most Important E-Sports Events of 2021

 5 Most Important E-Sports Events of 2021

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What is Esports?

Esports which is also known as electronic sports, e-sports, or eSports is a form of competition using video games. Esports often take the form of organized, multiplayer video game competitions, particularly between professional players, individually or as teams.

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Who is the founder of esports?

ESL along with multiple eSports teams in 2016. 

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What is the list of esport games?

After knowing the brief about esports now we are going to know about the different esports games played worldwide. 

...and here is the list of esports games:- 

Fighting games

1) Street fighter

2) super smash Bros

3) Marvel vs. Capcom

4) Tekken

5) Killer Instinct

First-person shooters

1) Doom

2) Quake

3) Counter-Strike series

4) Call of duty series

5) Unreal Tournament

6) Halo series

7) Painkiller

8) Battlefield series

9) Crossfire

10) overwatch

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11) Team Fortress 2

12) Rainbow Six: Siege

13) Alliance of Valiant Arms

14) Special Force II

15) Valorant

Multiplayer online battle arena

1) League of Legends

2) Dota 2

3) Smite

4) Heroes of the Storm

5) Vainglory

6) Arena of Valor

7) Mobile Legends: Bang Bang


1) Formula One official games

2) Gran Turismo Sport

3) iRacing

5) Project CARS

6) rFactor 2

7) Kart Rider

8) Trackmania

Real-time strategy

1) StarCraft

2) StarCraft II

3) Warcraft III

Sports games

1) FIFA series

2) Madden

3) NBA 2K

4) Pro Evolution Soccer

5) Rocket League

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Third-person shooters

1) Gears of War

2) Fortnite

3) PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Card games

1) Hearthstone

2) Magic: The Gathering Arena

And others

1) Pokémon

2) Puyo Puyo

3) Tetris

4) War Thunder

5) World of Tanks

6) World of Warcraft

7) Clash Royale

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Where's the money in eSports?

According to figures from the Global Esports Market Report 2020, the following are the result of the year 2020.

1) As per as report the global esports revenues will grow to $1.1 billion in 2020, a year-on-year growth of +15.7%, up from $950.6 million in 2019.

2) In 2020, $822.4 million in revenues or three-quarters of the total market will come from media rights and sponsorship.

3) Globally, the total esports audience will grow to 495.0 million people in 2020, a year-on-year growth of +11.7%.

4) Mobile esports enjoyed a huge spike in the past year, with emerging markets like Southeast Asia, India, and Brazil at the forefront of this growth.

The business expansion also had an impression on the sports betting market. In QYResearch's Global eSport & Sports Gambling Market, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2026, it had been reported that e-sports gambling was valued at $ 142 million, but that in 2021 it'll start to grow 6.2% annually until reaching 203 million in 2026.

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5 Most Important E-Sports Events of 2021

1) ESL Pro Tour 2020/21 StarCraft II: It basically Includes different parts of the world.

2) League of Legends World Championship 2021: It will be held in Wuhan, China according to the news.

3) FIFA eWorld Cup 2021:  In the recent era it just added more than 480 teams across the globe.

4) DOTA 2′s from The International 2021: This was held With a prize pool of up to 40 million dollars.

5) EVO Champions 2021: The largest fighting game community is finally returning this year after a scandal in 2020.

The recent 2019 results show that the eSports betting business was concentrated in Europe (47.72%), followed by China (21.23%), which was strengthened by its internal mobile gaming market.

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Note:- In 2018, more than 200 million people watched the League of Legends World Championship final. you know that??

So, what about the Future??

In the upcoming future, esports will alone worth $1.6 billion by 2023 as per the news.

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