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Esports companies cash in on lucrative industry | Money Talks

E-sports and professional video game tournaments are expected to generate nearly 30 percent more revenue in 2019 compared to the year before. These highly popular competitions attracted close to 400 million viewers in 2018 helping to fuel an increase in sponsorships and advertising. As William Denselow reports from New York, some believe this trend is making e-sports a lucrative and appealing career choice. #Gaming #Esports #Advertising

Esports take centre stage at Tokyo Game Show | Money Talks

Esports take centre stage at Tokyo Game Show | Money Talks

'Fortnite' virtual apocalypse draws 6M viewers | Money Talks

'Fortnite' virtual apocalypse draws 6M viewers | Money Talks

E-Sports featured for first time at Asian Games | Money Talks

E-Sports featured for first time at Asian Games | Money Talks

Turkey gaming exports to hit $1B this year | Money Talks

Turkey gaming exports to hit $1B this year | Money Talks

San Francisco start-up develops robot to carry out manicures | Money Talks

San Francisco start-up develops robot to carry out manicures | Money Talks

Demand for UK hotels surges amid domestic travel boom | Money Talks

Demand for UK hotels surges amid domestic travel boom | Money Talks

Growing list of nations ban Twitter over alleged violations | Money Talks

Growing list of nations ban Twitter over alleged violations | Money Talks

UNESCO: Great Barrier Reef should be listed as 'in danger' | Money Talks

UNESCO: Great Barrier Reef should be listed as 'in danger' | Money Talks

International groups step in to speed up Africa's inoculation drive | Money Talks

International groups step in to speed up Africa's inoculation drive | Money Talks

OECD: Equitable vaccine roll-out is key to fighting COVID-19 | Money Talks

OECD: Equitable vaccine roll-out is key to fighting COVID-19 | Money Talks

Amazon cements its position as the biggest brand in business | Money Talks

Amazon cements its position as the biggest brand in business | Money Talks

Lebanon's pine harvest wiped out by invasive insects | Money Talks

Lebanon's pine harvest wiped out by invasive insects | Money Talks

Swedish PM Stefan Lofven ousted in no-confidence vote | Money Talks

Swedish PM Stefan Lofven ousted in no-confidence vote | Money Talks

Judiciary chief Raisi wins presidency in a landslide victory | Money Talks

Judiciary chief Raisi wins presidency in a landslide victory | Money Talks

Ultra-rich clans in the US, keep the money in the family | Money Talks

Ultra-rich clans in the US, keep the money in the family | Money Talks

US businesses struggle to fill positions as economy reopens | Money Talks

US businesses struggle to fill positions as economy reopens | Money Talks

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