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Creating an eSports Business Plan

In recent years, electronic sports (eSports) has grown to become a huge industry with many lucrative opportunities. Media giants are broadcasting eSports events, and more countries are getting interested in the competitions. Some years ago, it was pushed by a private community of people who would organize video game conventions.

Entrepreneurs are trying to see the various ways they can benefit from the industry just as how media giants are investing in the events. You can start an eSports business with the right plan in motion. Hiring Chicago business plan writers may be just what you need to get the very best strategies to ensure success.

You need to understand how the business works, and everything that electronic sports entails. Discover the many ways professional gaming can generate income for you.

What Professional Gaming Is All About

It involves multi-player gaming competitions where professional gamers go against each other for prizes or bragging rights. A top professional gamer can earn over a million US dollars in a year. Some competitions attract millions of online spectators.

Tournaments are organized, sponsors are involved, and media coverage is also featured. The industry racks up over a hundred billion US dollars every year. It is a fast growing industry that holds many opportunities which entrepreneurs can tap into. The future is definitely promising for eSports.

Building the Business Plan

The following points discussed below will be a helpful guide in the process of writing a suitable business plan:

  • Business Model and Market Positioning

What an aspiring eSports entrepreneur needs to do is to understand the business model so as to create a custom business plan that will suit it. You also need to think of various strategies that will be effective to get a good share of the market.

  • Operations Plan

The operations section of your business plan should not be taken for granted. You will need to describe the logistics and operations that will be necessary to achieve the goals of the business. What will your workforce will be made up of? What are the technologies that will be adopted? What are the processes that will be involved?

  • Marketing Plan and Segmentation

Your marketing plan should cover the eSports niche you will be specializing in, as well as your unique value proposition. You need to ensure that your marketing campaigns are targeted at the right audience.

Various promotional strategies are available to reach a target audience that is interested in professional gaming. They include social media campaigns, blogging, YouTube advertising, and so on. The right advertising tactics can be employed to reach them after analyzing data from your research.

  • Financial Projections

Potential investors want to see this. Business plans need to contain a forecast for the financials of the business. What year will you be able to achieve profitability? What is the estimated revenue? How much are you likely to spend on expenses? Income streams should also be stated.

Entrepreneurs make the smart move of hiring professional business plan writers to help them with their draft. Apart from writing the plan, these experts also provide resources and on-going support to their clients.

5 Ways Professional Gamers Can Monetize their Following

Many have tried to take up gaming as a career only to give up after some time. This may be due to reasons such as not being able to acquire enough followers (for those on video streaming services), or a lack of significant progress in the professional gaming universe after a long period of time.

If you are thinking about becoming a professional gamer, you need to be aware of the risks. Also, there are various money making channels you should consider. For those utilizing video streaming services, here are 5 ways you can monetize your following.

  • Solicit for Donations

You can ask your followers for donations to support your gaming, and enable you to continue streaming. If they enjoy watching you play, many of them may decide to render financial assistance. This could help but do not bet on it. Besides, you cannot keep asking for donations forever.

  • Be a Trader

You can earn money selling special items, advanced characters, or virtual gold obtained from playing certain games. The gamers among your community of followers may want to purchase these items from you with real money. Many gamers do not like wasting their time looking for such items. This is a very slow way of earning money, but it can generate a reasonable income for you after some time.
Merchandise you produce or those manufactured by video game brands can also be sold on your channel. You could produce gaming guides in various forms.

  • Subscriptions

Sites such as YouTube and Twitch enable users to subscribe to gamers’ channels. You can earn money through paid subscriptions. Users can be encouraged to subscribe to a channel in order to get exclusive content.

  • Make Money from Ads

You can subscribe for ads to be displayed on your channel, and earn money from them. Streaming services like YouTube and Twitch grant such permissions to online gamers who have large communities of followers. You only have to fulfil the requirement for eligibility.

  • Be a Brand Promoter

Being a promoter of games takes much effort, but it is quite rewarding. If you have a great number of followers, video game brands can offer you a deal to promote their products. Some popular gamers are making lots of money this way.

A company may pay you to play their games on your video streaming channel. Advertising agencies may also contact you to work with them.

If you start earning a steady income from gaming, Saigiscan give you sound financial advice, and prepare your taxes. It is a promising industry for young individuals who are ready to be committed to the profession. Hope for the best, but have a backup plan in case things do not go as planned.

It takes a long time to build a huge following. It could take months or even years. You need to be patient and hardworking if this is the path you have chosen. Give it a serious thought before making it an occupation. Still, have a backup plan.

How To Choose A PSP That’s Best For You


In a world where videogames are taking over, the SONY PSP was a revelation which was way ahead of its time, it still remains a control which is ahead of even the current times. PSP was the first videogame console that offered highly realistic gameplay while remaining wireless. It outsold its opponent, the Nintendo DS by a huge margin. Until the PSP was released, Nintendo owned the majority share in the console market. Nintendo only provided 2-D graphics and semi-realistic gameplay and had inbuilt games, while the PSP had highly immersive games like GTA, WRR and Counter strike. Sony has released four versions of the PSP, they are PSP 1000, PSP 2000, PSP 3000 and the PSP Go. Your choice of PSP should be purely based on what you want to do with it.


This edition of the PSP is solely made for people who want to use Homebrew programming on the PSP rather than playing games or for playing games and movies available in the retail store or from the play station network. Most people do not use Homebrew because it takes more work than other PSPs and also requires some level of knowledge in programming. But if you are an above average programmer then you should get the best model of the Homebrew console for the best possible console experience.

PSP 2000 for UMD Gaming and Movies

PSP 2000 for UMD Gaming and Movies

If you are looking for a console with best suited UMD gaming and for movies then look no further because the PSP 2000 provides best in class UMD gaming from the play station network. It has a brighter screen and provides a more immersive gameplay but some gamers complained of seeing scan lines on screen during the gameplay, lines most people won’t notice but if you are picky about your graphics then we would suggest getting the PSP 3000 which has the bug fixes all in place.

PSP 3000- All round performance

If you want your console to be al all round experience from playing highly immersive videogames to watching movies in high definition. It has an amazing value for money and does not disappoint users in any area. It is quite a big console and is not as portable as you would imagine, it also does not have an UMD slot hence UMD games and movies are not supported and requires memory stick for operation. It is also very flexible, allowing you to play both downloaded and CD rom games.



PSP Go is the newest and the sleekest console in the PSP series. It provides best in class graphics along with visionary performance all grouped with an ultra small design. It is the smallest console in the series and certainly the best one too.

PSN Store

US PSN Store Update (11 Dec)

No exciting games or demos on the US store update I’m afraid. One game I’ve not heard of called PowerUp Forever but apart from that it’s essentially the same as the UK update. View the full update here. […more]


UK PSN Store Update (11 Dec)

It’s like Christmas come early for UK PlayStation 3 owners right now. Except we must have done something naughty because we’re still waiting for Street Fighter HD! We do at last get Puzzle Quest though. Today the public will also finally get in PlayStation Home with the launch of the open beta due any minute now. […] […more]

US PSN Store Update (4 Dec)

Those expecting a quiet week following the US Thanksgiving blow-out will be surprised at the SCEA Store update, those lovable Americans getting side-scrolling shoot-em-up Soldner-X: Himmelssturmer and a pixel-perfect PSP port of Jon Mak’s excellent PS3 blaster Everyday Shooter ahead of us. If you like themes and DLC for music games there’s plenty of those too, […] […more]

UK PSN Store Update (4 Dec)

GTI Club+ isn’t as fun as I remember in the arcade but, hey, what is?! Nothing! Except for Daytona I guess. Bring that to the PlayStation Store please! Games GTI Club+ (£9.99) Brain Challenge (£3.99) PSone Red Alert Retaliation (£3.99) Jet Rider (£3.99) Demos LEGO Batman DLC Race Driver GRID – 8-ball pack (£6.29) LittleBigPlanet – Kabuki Actor costume (free) SoulCalibur IV – Customization Equipment 4 pack […] […more]

UK PSN Store Update (27 Nov)

What’s going on? A demo of a PSN title before release? Something must have been put in the SCEE coffee in the last few weeks because they seem to be finally getting things together. I’m not going to mention the SOCOM delay, mind. See the rest of the update below. And sorry for the late update, […] […more]

US PSN Store Update (25 Nov)

US store update has come early this week thanks to all the turkey-eating the Americans have to get through on Thursday. Good news if you still haven’t picked up Dead Space yet as there’s now a demo on offer. There’s a bunch of other content, mainly videos, and also LittleBigPlanet DLC but it’s region locked so […] […more]


US PSN Store Update (20 Nov)

No need to be overly jealous of our American cousins this week, unless you’re a massive bike fan, in which case there’s a demo of MotoGP ‘08 for your downloading pleasure. Elsewhere it’s all Dead Space expansion packs that Europe got last week and the usual cavalcade of music game DLC. At this rate, we won’t […] […more]


UK PSN Store Update (20 Nov)

No big surprises on the store this week I’m afraid. Plenty of content though. And don’t worry, Home fans, it’s not that far off now. I promise! DLC BioShock – Challenge Rooms (£6.29) LittleBigPlanet – Sack In The Box costume (free) LittleBigPlanet – LocoRoco costume (£2.39) Need for Speed Undercover – Too many that I care to mention. At least […] […more]

US PSN Store Update (13 Nov)

Continuing the enjoyable theme of US Store updates that don’t leave Europeans fuming, the only major US-only release this week is Quest For Booty, Capcom’s pirate-themed RTS at a cheap $9.99, or about £4,000 the way the exhange rates are going. It’s a DLC overload for all your favourite music and sports games too, so if […] […more]


UK PSN Store Update (13 Nov)

No games or a single demo this week for the PS3 I’m afraid. But I’m sure you’re all too busy playing LittleBigPlanet still, right, RIGHT?! PSP owners get The Cube, and FIFA 09, which is possibly the most expensive thing on the PlayStation Store at the moment, costing £30. DLC PAIN – David Hasselhoff (£1.19) PAIN – Movie Studio […] […more]


Another quiet week in the news means a short podcast again this week. We’re also still missing a third voice but all will be sorted next week.

As for this week, we discuss what little news there has been, go through what we’ve been playing recently, and look at the store update.

We also have a new reader mail section and STILL have Dragonball Z: Burst Limit to give away.

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This week we discuss what we think of Warhawk as well as the usual look back on the latest news and store update. Soong also tries to win a million pounds and we announce the winner of our PlayStation Eye competition. Subscribe on iTunes! […more]

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Quiet one this week as no one joins Soong or Colin as they discuss the recent Leipzig news, PlayStation Store updates and more. We also have a PlayStation Eye to give away to one lucky listener! Subscribe on iTunes! […more]

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The planets have aligned! This week we’re joined by Frankie Lee from rllmuk as Colin goes into more detail about his recent hands-on with LittleBigPlanet. We also discuss what we’ve been playing and cover the weeks news, PSN store update and a whole lot more. This weeks special is Leipzig 2008! Subscribe on iTunes! […more]

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This week we’re joined by Justin from Gamestyle as we have a good old natter about last weeks news and store updates. Also in the podcast we look back at the best games of 2008 and ahead to what’s to come. This week we also have a copy of Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit to give away […] […more]

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Firstly, big apologies for the trouble in this episode. We had issues with the microphones as well as software recording problems. However, we hope you enjoy the content. This week we’re joined by Michael Lysons from thesixthaxis as we discuss news from the past week, the PlayStation Network store update, and what’s out this Friday. Not […] […more]

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Yes that’s right. We’ve jumped on the bandwagon. Episode one is here with, well have a listen, it’s only 30 minutes long. We’ve learnt a lot from just this one podcast. For example; make sure you’re using decent microphones. Ensure everyone is nicely levelled. Avoid getting drunk. Try not to have a cold. Don’t let Uzi […] […more]

Quest For Booty Goes PSN-Only In UK

Planning on getting Ratchet & Clank’s latest bite-sized adventure on disc, were you? Well, so were we. Sadly though, British gamers will be stuck with the downloadable version of R&C: Quest For Booty, as the disc-based edition isn’t coming to these shores. Citing Blighty’s heavy broadband penetration (AOL users, insert your download limit related “penetration” gag) […]

LittleBigPlanet – Tools & Materials

Hey look, it’s the LittleBigPlanet manual. Obviously most of you have never read a manual but I assume this game is different so you probably want a look. Most interesting (for me) is the breakdown of the materials and tools you’ll have at your fingertips. So here they are! Materials Materials can be found within Prize Bubbles, which are

Official Bluetooth Headset

Sony have published some more news on the forthcoming official Bluetooth headset for PlayStation 3. It’s out at the end of the year and will most likely cost £25/30 on release. It’s also going to be bundled in with SOCOM Confrontation so that and the headset will set you back around £40. Not bad, not bad. The […]

The importance of coming Home…

The announcement of PlayStation Home back in 2007 perhaps wasn’t greeted with the kind of response Sony had anticipated. Though the then Sony Worldwide Studios boss Phil Harrison claimed that Home had been conceived in years previous, the fact that it wasn’t ready for the PS3’s retail debut made it feel like an afterthought

Life with PlayStation this week?

Back at the end of July Sony said that Life with PlayStation was delayed and would “make its way to PlayStation fans in August.” We’re now in the last week of August so if they’re true to their word, expect to see it coming this week. I think it’s safe to assume it’ll be appearing in

Warhawk Operation: Fallen Star

Dylan Jobe has made a detailed post over on the PlayStation Blog about the forthcoming 1.5 patch, due August 27, and Operation: Fallen Star which will be released on the 28th. There is an entirely new level – Tau Crater! It’s a smoky, forested island that features lots of vertical elements to give players tons of […]

Kratos To Bring Chaos To Everybody

I doubt anyone would want to be his caddy but the good news is he will soon be a playable character in Everybody’s Golf. He should be priced at 69p and due this Thursday although they’ve not been specific on whether this date is US only.

Operation: Fallen Star Dated

The Least Surprising Announcement Award from today’s Leipzig coverage goes to the latest Warhawk expansion, named Operation: Fallen Star. Due out a day after the long-awaited V1.5 patch, it adds ten maps based around the new Tau Crater zone. Rocket packs arrive as expected, making it easier than ever to get yourself shot in embarassing ways. […]

London Studio Announce EyePet

Digital pets were the bane of mankind for the solid three weeks in 1998 when it was impossible to go anywhere without your keyring-bound little digital runt dying in a pile of its own faeces every five minutes, or your idiot neighbour going on about hot amazingly realistic Catz 5 was. Thankfully Sony is giving […]

Keypad Coming Soon

Good news for everyone with a broken mouth box. A keypad attachment (not too different to the Xbox 360 one) is on the way before the end of the year. From the press release: Equipped with Bluetooth(R) functionality, the Wireless Keypad can be paired to PS3 by simply connecting the keypad to the USB cable that […]

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