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With esports on the up, which technologies are getting investments?

With our research arm Rethink TV recently publishing a prosperous esports forecast (see separate story in this issue), a niche piece of recent M&A activity caught our eye as one particular potential cash cow within the wider emerging esports scene. Esports technology start-up Cyberanking has been bought for a modest sum of $1.5 million by a company called Graph Blockchain, after contracting consulting firm Esports Capital to identify acquisition opportunities in esports and gaming verticals. Eventually settling on technology coined a gamified learning management system (LMS), Cyberanking’s platform aims to improve skills within esports with a focus on mental and physical health. Stay with us; we know the term blockchain might send some readers running for the hills but with…

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