In just two weeks, over 500 delegates will flock to Twickenham Stadium to attend ESI London 2019 – the international esports conference and exhibition. Spanning across two-days, there will be plenty for attendees to get their teeth into with over 30 panels, debates, and brand showcases set to take place.

Let’s take a look at exactly what’s on offer at ESI London 2019! ESI London will provide industry-leading content and opportunities throughout. Their panels and debates are tailor-made to help not only educate, but spark creativity and debate among those in attendance.

Talks and Showcases Over 100 prominent figures will descend upon the stadium to grace their panels, which will cover the likes of franchising in esports, sport simulation esports, the future of esports viewership, the convergence of pop culture and esports, building upon the biggest year in UK esports, and plenty more.

We’ll also provide a platform for companies to showcase their brands, with ESL and DHL describing their unique relationship to LEC and Beko detailing exactly how their partnership came to be and what it entails. To secure your tickets while you can, or to find more information, visit their main event page.

With this year’s ESI London, ESI are also introducing an innovative new feature: The Clutch. Presented by Esports Global Fund, this feature sees nine esports companies to put themselves in front of an esteemed panel of investors and judges, as well as a live audience of ESI London attendees. ESI recently announced the finalists, too!

It wouldn’t be an ESI event if they didn’t dedicate ample time for delegates and speakers to enjoy a drink together and build relationships. Not only will the evenings act as the perfect place to meet key industry figures, important contacts, and potential future business partners, but there will be opportunities throughout both days too. What’s even better is that you can do this while enjoying top-tier food and drink that’s, of course, on the house. Who can say no to that?

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