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About the Course

Before you can have an Esport, you must have a video game to play and a game developer to design it. This course is dedicated to discussing game developers and their relationship with their respective Esport. The content will help you recognize the qualities a video game must have to become a successful Esport. We will examine the diagram demonstrating the various competitive structures commonly found in Esports. Esports, just like traditional sports, have their own professional organizations. These organizations strive to become successful businesses that win, make a profit, take care of their professional players, and attract a large audience. We will explore the factors that contribute to an Esports organization’s success, including branding, positioning, structuring the organization and funding sources....

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great content presented in a logical progression with immediately useful application in the real world!


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Perfect course, and detailed materials with challenging assignments that are simulating the real world.

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By Sonia G V

Nov 11, 2020

Very poor. If you have taken any other course at Coursera you'll be disappointed.

The material consists in one video per week, the rest is just links to blogs, which by 2020 are obsolete articles (this topic has changed a lot in the last four years) Facebook pages

Will you learn something? yes, but not worthy if you pay Coursera subscription

By Giacomo V

Oct 11, 2021

Unorganized, a lot of the material is just links to articles, sometimes discussing for 90% of the length things different from the subject in question.

It looks a lot like some random rushed work just to say "hey we have done a course for esports"