Why going mobile is more than just a trend for eSports

Why Going Mobile is More Than Just a Trend For eSports
Julian Hochgesang

There were an astounding 200.8 million occasional viewers and 197 million enthusiasts of eSports, according to Newzoo’s 2019 adjusted figures. While these statistics show just how popular eSports are today, going mobile with the activity might just be a trend that’s here to stay.

If you’re interested in jumping into eSports yourself or you simply want to stay up to the trends, here is how mobile eSports is taking over the industry.

The benefits of going mobile

When looking at the reasoning behind why mobile eSports are such a trend, it’s because of a number of factors. For example, going mobile allows players to play anywhere, making it extremely convenient to fit in a quick game. Aside from convenience, though, mobile gaming can even provide health benefits; they can improve mood with victory, train the brain, and enhance wellbeing. Building social communities is yet another benefit, as mobile gaming has shown that those who experience autism are usually more engaged when celebrating winning as they share a space with multiple players, not to mention the fact that increased social interaction from such games can aid in lack of communication for such individuals.

How tech accessories are helping gamers

For those looking to get started with joining the mobile eSports revolution, tech accessories are helping gamers to game more efficiently, and in a number of ways. While a high quality smartphone is necessary to run heavy games with ease, additional accessories can help enhance the gaming experience. For example, for those that are primarily gaming from home, the Eero Mesh Complete WiFi System will help speed up the internet connection and prevent slow and spotty service, allowing you to stay connected with both the game and other players. With the three pack covering up to 5,000 square feet and the ability to be set up in 10 minutes or less, there’s no question that it’d be a good addition to mobile gaming endeavors. It could also be the perfect gift for the tech enthusiast in your life

Games that are leading the way

While the benefits of mobile gaming are vast, those that are leading the way in popularity include none other than PUBG Mobile, an action centered, multiplayer battle royale-style game. While the game really garnered traction back in 2019, it did even more so in March of 2020, when the world went into lockdown and PUBG Mobile made $270 million a month in revenue. However, it’s not the only game exploding in popularity.

Call of Duty is yet another game leading the way in mobile eSports, and while it was already one of the world’s most popular video games, the mobile rendition, allowing players to play on their smartphones has successfully made the game that much more popular. Call of Duty: Mobile debuted on Oct. 1, 2019, and reached a grand 1 million downloads the very same day it launched, topping 100 million just 19 days later. 

While interactive games like PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty have caused mobile gaming to explode in popularity, the many benefits behind the activity only help it’s case. From it’s convenience to the health benefits and additional accessories that can only enhance your experience — whether you’re just starting out or you’re a seasoned pro, there’s no doubt that mobile eSports is more than just a trend.

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