ABOUT ESI LONDON
ESI London is the international esports conference and exhibition.
We’ll be providing two days of industry leading content. Our tracks are designed to help educate, spark creativity and debate for those embedded in the industry and those outside of it. ESI London will provide the perfect opportunity to forge new business relationships and help businesses find the right partners. #ESILondon will be the ultimate industry showcase.
100+ Leading industry speakers
30+ Panels, debates, showcases
4 tracks covering a broad range of topics in the esports industry
Live pitch competition: ‘The Clutch’ presented by Esports Global Fund
One on one matchmaking opportunities
2 networking after-parties
We will have the best in class speakers and mentors at ESI London, as well as the most engaging and thought-provoking agenda of 2019.
ESI London September 2019
Exhibition, Panels, Keynotes, Networking, Mentorship Meetings, Parties, Pitch Competition
ESI London is a two day event taking place at Twickenham Stadium, in the vibrant city of London.
Day one will include a full day of top-tier content. The day will offer two tracks, with the first focusing on ‘Esports: the current state of play’ and the second looking at ‘Innovation, sports and esports’. The former will also include the unique ‘ESI Brand Showcase’ which will welcome several notable companies and brand partners to discuss their partnerships.
We shall of course ensure all attendees are fed and watered whilst there’ll be ample area for one-on-one meetings and networking aplenty.
Day two will include an ESIC led track, investment focused panels followed by the live afternoon pitch competition for shortlisted start-ups in the inaugural edition of ‘The Clutch’ presented by Esports Global Fund.
Esports & Sports Team
- Esports organisations30%
- Suppliers & Service Providers30%
- Sports Clubs & Leagues10%
- Regulatory bodies, Betting companies and others10%
- VCs & Investors5%
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
ESI London is a must-attend event for anyone interested in or currently doing business in esports around the world.
One day jam-packed full of content with panels and round-tables, networking and mentorship opportunities.
One day of direct access to the ESI Connect community and the exclusive ESI Clutch pitch competition presented by Esports Global Fund.
We ensure attendees get value for money with an interesting and thoroughly curated agenda. We’ll provide ample place and time for sponsors and partners to help learn, guide, and partner-up with fresh talent and entrepreneurs in the esports space. We’ll close off with one of our trademark closing parties that you’ve all come to love.
ESI London will span three days in total with pre-registration evening networking drinks on the 15th of September
Sessions for the 16th of September are yet to be defined but rest assured they will be nothing but world-class speakers from all walks of life and industries, cherry-picked by Esports Insider for you.
ESI London opens the doors to the esports entrepreneurs of the world while simultaneously capturing the intent of esports fans and businesses. This is a phenomenal opportunity to showcase your business and to promote it as a leader within, supporter and partner of the industry as it continues to grow.
This event will offer a unique opportunity to get in on the ground floor on all aspects related to the business of esports from looking after and management of players to marketing, merchandising, building a brand, fan engagement, and more. ESI will bring together the decision makers at the world’s top teams, tournament organisers, brands, bookmakers, suppliers, investors, professional service providers, sports clubs, media and more.
- Brand awareness to a targeted crowd of decision makers across esports, and connected industries
- Be known as a leader in the space to the full sphere of stakeholders
- Support the burgeoning esports industry and ensure people know who you are, and what you can offer
- Gain extensive support from the full Esports Insider network on your journey in esports. This includes content and promotion on one of the leading industry news portals globally, support on social channels, real-life connections and plenty more
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