There’s just ten days left until the second #ESIForum and it’s shaping up to build perfectly on the success of the sell-out debut earlier this year. Over 75 percent of tickets have been sold for next week’s event so we would urge anyone wishing to attend to grab their tickets as soon as possible.
ESI is headed to Manchester, where the City Football Academy Media Centre will play host to another top evening event where delegates will be encouraged to listen, learn and network amongst peers both in and outside of the industry.
As previously outlined, the topic to be discussed on the night is: “Esports are for life, not just a fortnight — what is the true potential for Battle Royale titles in esports?”. In addition, delegates will have a chance to hear from gaming charity SpecialEffect about the incredible work they do in the space. Our expert panel will debate the topic at hand before we head out of the auditorium and into the networking area where those in attendance will be suitably fed and watered.
For those who fancy themselves as the next big thing in esports, there’ll be a casual tournament with a prize kindly provided by Special Effect for the winner. Outside of that, those in attendance are encouraged to network, put faces to familiar names and forge valuable business relationships.
Sam Cooke, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Esports Insider said: “We’re very nearly sold out again as we head up to the North of England for the first time. There’s been a good few companies long asking for us to depart from London and so here we are”.
He continued: “Judging by the ticket sales, it’s safe to say that our Northern amigos have kept their word and we look forward to welcoming them all down for another cracking evening. Last time out we had a long waiting list due to people not getting tickets in time so if you’re thinking about coming, get your ticket now”.
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Tickets for the ESI Spring Forum can be purchased for £25 (excl VAT and fees) here: