FIFA 18 Players Take Their eSports Seriously Because of More Profit Ganied
- 2018-02-12 17:21:11
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In recent years, the eSports industry has seen incredible growth, from $325 million in 2015 to $696 million for 2017, and is estimated to be worth $1.5 billion by 2020. With great potential of earning more profits from game industry, many players take their eSports seriously and throw their heart to hot eSports games like FIFA 18.
In order to help you gain more chance to win FIFA 18 coins, fifa18coinsale.com also try our best to provide most valuable news. In fact, the top level FIFA pros earned more than 25% of professional footballers in the English Football League system which includes the Premier League, Championship, League 1, and League 2.
It revealed that the average salary for a League 2 professional football player was roughly £47,372, which compares to an average of £56,870 in total tournament prizes for the Top 10 FIFA gamers last year.
With 2,501 professional footballers in the Premier League and English Football League, and 661 of those playing in League 2, incredibly it means that the top FIFA gamers are earning more than 25% of all professional players.
Last year the winner of FIFA's annual video gaming competition, the FIFA Interactive World Cup, was Spencer 'Gorilla' Ealing, who walked away with a $200,000 prize, an increase of $180,000 from the winner's prize of $20,000 for the previous year.
When endorsements and sponsorships are taken into account it's likely that the top eSports players are earning considerably more than some professional football players.
Last year Ealing signed for UNILAD's eSports team, while West Ham United FC became the first UK club to sign an eSports player to represent them at video game tournaments in 2016, after signing Sean Allen in 2016.
Likewise, fellow Premier League team Manchester City also have two professional esports players on their books. First with 18-year-old PS4 pro Kieran 'Kez' Brown and more recently with the signing of Xbox pro, Marcus 'ExpectSporting' Jorgesen.
Around the world other clubs are joining in on the act and to date, the likes of Ajax, Paris Saint-Germain, PSV Eindhoven, Sporting Portugal, FC Schalke, Wolfsburg and Valencia, to name but a few, have all signed esports professionals to represent the club.