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Southeast Asia to boost growth

Asian e-sports audience to reach 19.8 million by 2020 - report

Asian e-sports audience to reach 19.8 million by 2020 - report
A study shared by Good Gaming In, which owns and operates an eSports tournament and social network platform for gamers, revealed that the global gaming sector is expected to increase 7.8% to USD 108.9B, with Asia-Pacific countries expecting to generate US
United States | 07/20/2017

A study shared by Good Gaming In, which owns and operates an eSports tournament and social network platform for gamers, revealed that the global gaming sector is expected to increase 7.8% to USD 108.9B, with Asia-Pacific countries expecting to generate USD 27.5B.

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ood Gaming, Inc.announce that they will be increasing tournament play due to increased sign-ups in their Asia region tournaments.

Recent reports have indicated significant growth in Asia and Asia-Pacific countries for eSport gaming with Southeast Asia boasting the fastest growing eSport enthusiasts in the world.

Current estimates put eSport gaming's compounded annual growth (CAGR) in Asian countries at approximately 36.1%.

With a current audience of just over 10 million gaming enthusiasts in 2017.

Looking to exploit various growth opportunities in Asia, Good Gaming started their tournament play in Asia with their Asia Open Tournament series approximately three months ago. Since initiating tournament game play in this region, the company is happy to report they have experienced a 400% increase in sign-ups to date. Because of this growth, the Company plans on adding four more tournaments starting in the month of August. In addition, the Company plans on adding more content in order draw more memberships across the board.

According to company analytics, the countries showing the most sign-ups for the Asia Open Tournaments include South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and the Philippines.

South Korea has produced approximately 34% of the total sign-ups over the last three months.

David B. Dorwart, Good Gaming CEO, stated, "We are very pleased to see our Asia Open tournaments starting to ramp up with sign-ups from gaming enthusiasts, since starting this tournament series three months ago. As a company with a global audience, we will continue to pursue regions throughout the world where our gaming tournaments show the most promise for demand."

 

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