An eSports manager role is effectively everything outside the game itself. An eSports manager can be responsible for many things: they are in charge of signing and renewing contracts, managing logistics, making deals, solving problems for the team, and setting them up for success.
eSports has been a hot area for a little while now, and with the industry still in its nascent stages, it's fair to say there will be a growing number of professional teams emerging worldwide. Those teams will need managers and other supporting roles to help propel them to success. Screen reader support enabled.
- Coach-ability and the Desire to Coach Others
- Decision Making
- Nonverbal Communication
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