Lots of game are pushing to setup ESports leagues and there is lots of money rolling in to inflate the events, however is there enough of a fanbase and following for those investments to pay off? This article discusses the alarming bubble like properties of the ESports industry... https://kotaku.com/as-esports-grows-experts-fear-its-a-bubble-ready-to-po-1834982843 Could the Esports industry be going through another boom and burst cycle similar to the one around 2008? It's food for thought before you convert your latest gaming multiplayer masterpiece into an ESports platform. On the one hand you could go big and make lots of money on the wave of investment, with the potential for a boom and bust cycle. Or would you be better off longer term to go for a more grass roots competitve scene to grow from your games player base?