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first_imgThe ESI Super Forum is now edging ever closer, with the one-day event to take place on the 22nd March 2018.Examining the crossover between traditional sports and the burgeoning esports industry, Esports Insider is set to welcome the best in the industry to Stamford Bridge, the home of the English football champions to discuss pertinent issues in what’s sure to be an epic day.For ticket information and more details, click here.We put together the top five reasons why you should not miss the chance to head down to Stamford Bridge in March.1. Industry leading speakers and compelling panelsTeam ESI has always taken pride in crafting top panels for our events. Be it at Betting on Esports 2017 or our ESI Forum Series, each and every panelist was selected for what they could contribute to the discussion. The ESI Super Forum is absolutely no different. We’re set to welcome the likes of Nikolaj Nyholm, RFRSH Entertainment CEO; Nicolas Maurer, Team Vitality CEO, North CEO Christian Sorensen and Ian Smith, Commissioner of ESIC to name just a few for a fantastic day of knowledge sharing and discussion. The content agenda includes a look at the media rights and broadcasting situation in esports, the value of team ownership in esports, where and how sports clubs fit in, a data focused round table from Abios and many more. 2. Ample networking opportunity and the Esports Insider Business ZoneWe’ve structured the day carefully so that content doesn’t take over. Whilst learning from speakers is important, it’s also just as vital to speak to delegates and speakers alike. With two hours of networking allocated, there’s plenty of time to meet a business contact of the future. There will also be refreshments throughout the day to ensure all guests are fed and watered. At Stamford Bridge we’ve used our allocated space perfectly to craft a designated exhibition space. Companies will be welcome to network and float between exhibitors stands, grab a coffee and find out more about recent industry developments.3. SBC’s Betting on Football ConferenceThe ESI Super Forum is running alongside SBC Global’s renowned Betting on Football conference which’ll welcome 1,500 attendees over two days. This one will see attendance from stakeholders from across the betting landscape, not to mention a host of top football clubs including Juventus, AS Roma, Leicester City and plenty more. For those with a vested interest in both esports and football, this is another string to the Super Forum’s bow. 4. An ESI tournamentFor anyone that attended the ESI Forum at Fnatic’s Bunkr – you’ll know just how seriously we take our tournaments. With prizes from Ninjas in Pyjamas caps through to signed Marcus Rashford shirts we’ve put taken our delegates out of their comfort zone and tested their true esports ability. From FIFA to Rocket League to Tekken, there’s always been a new challenge and the ESI Super Forum will be no different – except it will, of course, be both bigger and better.5. A fabulous after partyNo event is quite complete without a fabulous after party. Included in the ESI Super Forum ticket is access to the official after party. Under the Bridge is Roman Abramovich’s recently refurbished London club and will be the final destination. Prior to that, the World Cup Bar will be serving drinks from 17:00 – 20:30. It’s most definitely not one to miss.Check through the full agenda and secure your tickets for the ESI Super Forum here…last_img