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Why esports?

What is esport?

Electronic sports or esports is an increasingly common form of video game competition via computers or consoles.

Competing in esports disciplines gained more and more attention over time, and therefore there were more and more players, and more players meant stronger competition.

Increasingly frequent competitions contributed to the transparent selection of the best players with the most outstanding skills and successful results, which resulted in the start of professional esports.

Training and strategy

One of the most important factors for success is definitely good communication with your coach, as well as with your teammates when it comes to games that involve teamwork.

The coach, as someone watching the game from the sidelines, can see all your virtues and outstanding talents and skills much more easily, as well as your weaknesses and those segments you should improve and work on.

The coach’s task is to help you improve all your best skills, and fix and strengthen your weaknesses.

All video game enthusiasts know just how much emotions and excitement can get us carried away and affect our reactions. This is completely normal and happens both in everyday life situations and in competitive sports. However, in such situations, it is especially important to know and adhere to established and practiced strategies.

By regularly practicing with your team, listening and taking the advice of your coaches, you prepare and learn how to react in every possible situation with the best possible combination of moves and using the best skills.

At the end of the day, what separates a professional esports player from a recreational player is the time and attention given to training and constant improvement.


Great competitions and valuable prizes

In the early days of esports, competitions were relatively small and mostly organized by universities or game manufacturers, and the prizes were often minor.

Today, major world competitions have an incredibly large audience from all over the world, both via online broadcasts and live, in big halls with several thousand spectators each.

Our goal is to organize as many competitions as possible for you as members of the LINK eSports Association, as well as to prepare and enable you to participate in other competitions as registered teams.

LINK eSports is an example of competitive spirit and hard work

Hard work and effort always pay off.

This is the approach we have been teaching our pupils and students for years. We nurture values such as teamwork, joint learning and mutual cooperation, and esports also recognizes and values all these virtues.

As a community of ambitious young people, LINK eSportsmen progress together and achieve great results.

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eSports Organization jobs:

To find out more or if you would like to apply, please email us with details of your background and interests, and we will add you to our list of potential volunteers for future initiatives and events.

The tournament administrator keeps track of the results, ensures that the players follow the rules, and frequently communicates with teams to resolve any issues. He is responsible for resolving problems in the game and must therefore be familiar with the game and tournament rules in order to avoid controversy or unfair decisions.

The production must ensure that everything, including sound and live action, is shown to the viewer, and that the content creators and guests have their own microphones.

The caster usually sits at the table, but he can also serve as the tournament’s main host. He can represent the teams and conduct interviews with the players, among other things. Some casters enjoy casting and observing at the same time.

As in traditional sports, the coach will assist his team in preparing for their match against other teams. Coaches work closely with players to motivate them, identify their strengths and weaknesses, and ensure they perform to their full potential.

Experts in gathering information and presenting it to a team or tournament organizer in the form of interesting statistics. Analysts typically collaborate with coaches to develop strategies, analyze strengths and weaknesses, and communicate with players in order to get the most out of them. To keep up with changes in the game, analyze other matches at the highest level to get new ideas, identify the strengths and weaknesses of one’s players, and strategize, it takes an excellent understanding of the rules of a specific game.

Takes care of the community of a specific game and organizes tournaments or other events. Manages social networks (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat) as well as platforms such as YouTube, Reddit, blog, website, Twitch, and forums. The community manager collaborates closely with the public relations and marketing teams because what he says has the potential to influence how the audience perceives the product or brand.

In charge of organizing a specific tournament or esports event, which generates a certain number of spectators, ticket sales, and positive reactions from fans and the press. This role is similar to that of a project manager, but the emphasis is on event planning. As an event manager, you must communicate with a variety of teams, including production, external partners and stakeholders, management, marketing, and sales.

Collects and analyzes data in order to create content that is of public interest. It can be published in a variety of media, including newspapers, radio, television, and the Internet – whether as a written article or as a video. Esports journalists can write news, analysis, opinions, and match reports, as well as conduct interviews with players and other industry professionals.

Similar to a journalist, but less objective and more focused on entertainment. When a brand or sponsor, for example, wants to create a series of funny esports videos, the content usually focuses on a specific area rather than a broad audience. Internal news for a specific team, as well as YouTube and Twitch, are examples of content creators that often operate and generate revenue through fan donations or advertising.

Public relations is the management of information flows from a specific organization to the general public. PR works to ensure positive coverage in order to improve the company’s reputation. Strong coverage can help a company’s business to grow, its fan base to expand, and people’s overall perception of the brand to improve.

From social media to sponsorships, partnerships, branding, slogans, ads, and more, marketing is frequently about the big picture. The gaming industry moves at breakneck speed. Everyone prefers to hire players with a positive attitude over people with a traditional background.

HR searches for the right person for a specific role in the business on behalf of the client. The service is usually provided at no cost to the individual, while HR receives payment from the client (company). Companies usually outsource this type of work to third-party recruitment agencies. Recruitment in esports has not yet become standardized, but as the industry grows, there is a greater demand for jobs that require specific skills.

Sales managers work in a unique way compared to other positions. Sales managers play a critical role in revenue generation. They are in charge of selling a particular product, service, event, or initiative. This includes selling web advertising space or tournament sponsorship packages for brands, as well as selling tickets, computer hardware, or even esports team sales space for a company looking to reach the esports audience.