Since it was first published, the esport World map has attracted much interest. Today, we are proud to present a new version of our electronic sport World map.
- 80 professionnal teams
- 26 international events
- Cash Prize
Analysing, mapping, deciphering the world electronic sport: these are the three reasons which motivate us daily to help you to get a better understanding of the economic and social issues of this industry. More than 80 teams are shown on the map. With this new release, we also add data. This was the main query we received. Where is located the club’s base camp? Who is the owner? Which games are featured? By migrating towards Google system, we are trying to provide you with a maximum amount of information.
One of these developments is also the launch of new categories allowing the display of local clubs only. A way to provide a clearer picture. Depending on how the system will evolve, we will be likely to propose other categories to refine your queries. Search for teams on CS: GO & Starcraft or only on League of Legends.
With this addition, we wanted to map other events. We are very pleased to submit the addition of the events category. Only events of a significant scale will be featured on the map, that’s why we have selected 26 events of a global dimension. Other continents should come soon. Related information will allow us to release newer and more precise data. For example, did you know that, for the 2015-2016 season, there were at least $8.616.000 of cash prize to be won on the European continent at this moment? We want to be as exhaustive as possible.
Finally, we wanted to keep up enhancing the map and, for this purpose, we need your help! We felt it important to give esport World map a collaborative dimension. That’s why we set up a form which will allow you to add any new professional club or any event of global dimension. We rely on you to make your contribution and ensure that the esport World map becomes a key reference.
Any idea or suggestion? Feel free to share with us! Here some form to add or modify a team
Next goals: American and Asian Events. Then, by the end of this year, a map for esport editorial boards.
Thanks to Hugo Brionne, Salim Haddouche, Ludwig Loedel.