Discussion » Employment Opportunities » Seeking investors for E-Sports Company

  • Marco A. Fernandez
    Marco A. Fernandez wrote:

    Hi there, I am looking for serious investors to start an E-Sports Company based in Beijing - China, since gaming is increasing more and more each year I got huge ideas in how to make the best of it. If you don’t know about E-Sports and how much it can bring here are some useful articles that can guide you:

    http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/274997/20120101/2011-year-esports-starcraft-2.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_sports

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/214432/2011_the_year_of_esports.html

    Gaming and E-Sports industries are making millions of dollars every single year and in China there are many tournaments and events going on every single month not to mention international tournaments which prizes goes up to $1 million USD each!! As example:

    http://www.dota2.com/tournaments/international/

    As you can see in the following article just one of the top Chinese E-Sports Companies been bought for $6 million USD:

    http://bigfootnetworks.com/fragmore/2011/08/03/dota-sc2-esports-team-ccm-bought-for-6-million-becomes-invictus/

    I got a lot of experience, contacts and I been involved in this field for more than 10 years, the only problem I have is that I don’t have the money to start this idea, if you are serious investor and you are ready to make a lot of money in this business please contact me as soon as possible. I will explain you all the details and show you a business plan in what the targets and revenues are. I been living and working in China long enough to be familiar in how professional business can be run.

    This is me in 2009 as you can see I am very serious about this idea.

    http://www.wohuia.com/Post/85875

    MSN: soldier92@hotmail.com Skype: FernandezMarco QQ: 1265979146 Cell: 13439818700

    NOTE: The investment required for this idea is not that big, but the winnings are very profitable!

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