Line-up for 2021 Fantasy eSports Summit revealed

Line-up for 2021 Fantasy eSports Summit revealed

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The long-awaited line-up announcement for the 2021 Fantasy eSports Summit has finally been unveiled. The event, which will be taking place this September in Amsterdam, is made up of some experts in the industry.

This summit, the FeS2021, has been going on for quite some time now and is an event where people from anywhere in the world are able to get some good advice and benefit from the expertise of the industry’s top specialists. This year’s edition will be held in the Netherlands across two days, the second and third of September.

This year’s edition is looking to have speakers from various parts of the eSports sector come on and speak on what lies in the future for the sector, as well as the merging of the gambling, fantasy and eSports divisions. This is also a great opportunity for affiliates to find other experts in the sector to connect with.

The full lineup can be found here, and includes experts from the industry including companies like AffiliateINSIDER, PlayWiseCasino, Intelligencia and Incentive Games. In short, this is an impressive and diverse line-up. This summit generally offers a wonderful chance for people to get more reliable information on the connection on this vast profitable industry. 

Some of the hot topics that will most likely be discussed during the summit include the ever-rising cryptocurrency, eSports, gaming, and sports betting. Affiliates should make good use of this opportunity and really immerse themselves into the discussions, and it would also be wise to come prepared.

This is an interesting event to keep an eye on since it can really help improve one’s understanding and take on the industry in general and in-depth, and in affiliates’ case, it is a great way to network and connect with the experts and companies. 

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