At ggCircuit, our goal is to provide all of our partner esports centers with the best services possible. The advantage of using our ggLeap management software is that we can evaluate some very pertinent and interesting data across our network. One of those being what GPUs are installed in our customer locations.
There has been an upsurge in cryptocurrency over the past few years. Its demand continues to increase and prices skyrocket. People are already aspiring to make money by making investing in digital currencies through buying and selling.
In the development of the esports ecosystem, some entrepreneurs have created a business known as the "esports consultant". This esports consulting market can be a wide range of things. Tournaments, marketing, leagues, and coaching can be many niches that their consulting fits into the wide world of esports organizations and businesses.
ggCircuit, an Indiana-based B2B software company, is now part of Esports Entertainment Group following a successful acquisition closing. Esports Entertainment Group is a full-stack esports and traditional sports betting company. It is also the only licensed esports gambling company listed on NASDAQ.
$83k of extra revenue generated for esports venues who opted into ggCrypto cryptocurrency functionality
The ggLeap development team has been reinventing and improving our esports center management software since its inception. After the release of ggLeap 2.0 last April, our devs have been hard at work to add extra features that will help esports center owners with their day-to-day business operations. If you are still on the fence about our software, read on to see how much we have improved ggLeap with its recent May 2021 update.
In a recent podcast episode of Business of Esports, Zack Johnson, CEO of ggCircuit, discussed many things about the esports world such as how ggCircuit got started, how LAN centers can succeed, and how even the giant streaming company Netflix is trying to get in the gaming space.
Last year, eFuse's Erin Ashley Simon interviewed our CEO, Zack Johnson, to talk about how ggCircuit came to be, the LAN center industry, and AtHome gaming during the pandemic. We were about to release our AtHome client during the time of the interview.