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Brands, animators, players, associations… The Dojo Esport gathers international experts to animate the discussions and build the future of esports with you.
A unique opportunity to develop your networks, to get in touch with numerous esports professionals and to meet people through dedicated networking sessions.
By bringing together many professionals from different perspectives, the Dojo Esport workshops help you follow the market trends and find solutions to your issues.

Save the dateCity Hall of Paris - January 26th, 2018

Doors open - Breakfast 09:00
Presentation of the day and by Olivier Morin
What will esports look like in 2027?
2017 was a pivotal year for esport. The creation of franchised leagues and the commodification of broadcasting rights are going to transform the sector. In an attempt to understand the perspectives of evolution of this market, let us plan together what esport will look like in ten years.
Break 11:30
Publisher : almighty yet fragile
As right holders of disciplines on which millions of players compete, video game publishers play a major role in the development of esports. In between trust position and over-exposure to risks, how can we understand the positioning and strategy of these key players?
Lunch break - Networking
Should esports be broadcast on TV? TBS, MTG, OGN, BEIN SPORTS, CANAL PLUS - All over the world, major TV channels are set to conquer the esports world as if this discipline was a new eldorado. The goal is clear: look more appealing and reach a new target, young people.
But when it comes to esports, TV audiences don’t seem to go up while streaming platforms gather more and more people every month.
What if esports and television were those two friends that can’t seem to get on well together?
How to work with publishers? In order to develop esports, let’s open the dialogue with publishers! To what extent can we collaborate with them? What are the business opportunities?
Players, clubs, companies, associations… everyone should become familiar with the publishers’ needs.
Associations: the case for amateur esports Esports is developing quickly, but it is absolutely essential to unite behind the banner of amateur esports. It is the first step towards the official recognition of our discipline.Associations only
Break 16:45
Cross Analysis: Esports Audience vs Games Consumption
End of the day Cocktail 17:30
Closing doors 19:00
They will come
Riot Games
Nuit Blanche
Association Futurolan
LNL Consulting
Gamers Origin
The Pawn
La Source
Electronic Arts
Meltdown Esports Bars
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  • Location Hôtel de Ville - 5 Rue de Lobau, 75004 Paris
  • Accessibility Subway - Line 1 et 11
    Bus - Line 38, 47, 67, 69, 70, 72, 74, 76, 96
    Car - Parking Indigo - 4 Rue de Lobau
  • Time 9am - 7pm