Published On: Mon, Oct 16th, 2017

E-Sports – Will EHT be the New Universal Currency for Gamers?

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In recent years, the rise of technology within the gaming sector has revolutionized the way users participate in games as well as the way they share content. This, in turn, has created the industry and online gaming community known as e-Sports.
[Note: This is a press release.]
E-Sports has been named one of the fastest growing industries, pulling in viewers of over 354 million during the League of Legends Worlds, as reported by Slingshot. Twitch, an industry giant, reports over 100 million unique users a per month as well as 10 million daily active users. (DMR 2017).
E-Sports encapsulates licensed betting from companies like Bet365, who have over 22 million users worldwide. This shows the scope of the industry, especially when you consider that during 2016, the global volume for betting exceeded 5 billion euros. With the evolution of gaming and its ever-expanding community, there is a clear need for a universal currency, which allows users to engage in transactions while giving back to the consumers. EHT has been proposed as this new currency via the application of blockchain technology.
Chief e-Sports officer and co-founder Benjamin Föckersperger said:
Never has there been a platform where gamers and fans can share, curate and enjoy cool content …

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