ePlay CEO interview outlines the future of revenues in eSports and Mobile Games
ePlay Digital Inc. (CSE:EPY) today announced that The Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) released an interview with ePlay CEO Trevor Doerksen. The interview covers topics such as esports, mobile gaming, and the ePlay eSports platform Big Shot. The video is featured on the CSE website and YouTube channel.
The video interviews is available on CSE website and YouTube channel.
“The team at CSE are top-notch at what they do,” says Trevor Doerksen, CEO of ePlay Digital. “We are thrilled to be able to tell the ePlay eSports story and shed light on how we make money with mobile games and esports.”
Lenedu.com found nearly 59% of Fortnite users surveyed spent an average of USD$84.67 on their avatars and other in-app purchases. Pokemon Go and Fortnite games demonstrates the success of mobile games driving revenues through skins and avatars.
In addition to paid transactions in games like Fortnite and Big Shot for skins, eSports revenue from tournaments is expected to generate an average esports in-app purchase revenue per daily active user (ARPDAU) of USD$1.46. The company will be reporting on revenue from Big Shot titles as marketing accelerates and data becomes available.
In addition to skins and esports tournaments, ePlay generates revenue from advertising in its suite of mobile games.