The organization of e-sports events is a central aspect for us. We want to provide the community with a reasonable platform on which players can demonstrate their skills.
Success of Austrian e-sports athletes
- Revenue from downloaded games (2019): €73.84 million
- Revenue from mobile games (2019): €52.07 million
- Revenue from online games (2019): €42.05 million
Call of Duty, FIFA, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate were the most popular video games in Austria in 2019. Source: Statista.com
E-sports is the competitive playing of video games. Usually, the competition is held through the multiplayer mode of a video game. The rules of the competition are determined by the software (video game) and external competition regulations, such as the regulations of the competition organizer. E-sports is operated on both personal computers and game consoles. The competition participants are called e-sports athletes, and there can be multiple disciplines for each video game. Most video games are played either as individual sports or team sports. For some video games, there are competitions at both the individual and team levels.
In addition to mastering the actual video game, players need various motor and mental skills to be successful in competition. Motor skills, especially hand-eye coordination and reaction speed, are important for players. Spatial orientation, game overview, game understanding, tactical orientation, perseverance, anticipatory and lateral thinking are some of the mental requirements.
In total, over $1.08 billion in prize money has been awarded in e-sports (as of August 2021).
Source: Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esports
Riot Games rocked the home of the L.A. Lakers in 2013
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