Finally a book about eSports with stories of players like Manuel Schenkhuizen, Alessandro Avallone, journalists like Frank Fields,...
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Finally a book about eSports with stories of players like Manuel Schenkhuizen, Alessandro Avallone, journalists like Frank Fields, Jonas Gebhardt, scientists like Christian Scholz, Emma Witkowski, managers like Dario Salice, David Hiltscher and many more eSports people. Stories about Ireland, Belgium, first tournament experiences, the federations in eSports, stories about the failure of the ESWC, eSports as a scientific field, memories from the CPL in 2004 and many more stories, in addition to many pictures about eSports, which catch the emotions and the feeling of eSports events all around the world. The eSports Yearbook is the first book of its kind with stories from people in eSports, for people in eSports, with the target of sharing the passion and fascination of eSports and its culture.
Autorentext Julia Christophers:Julia Christophers was born in 1983 in Westerstede, Germany. She established eMAG an online eSports magazine with Tobias Scholz in 2004. She has been a working student at the Electronic Sports League (Turtle Entertainment GmbH) since Feb. 2006, achieved her Master of Arts degree in International Comparative Literature and Media, English and German at Bonn University in June 2009 and has been working at ESL since.Tobias Scholz:Tobias Scholz was born 1983 in Regensburg, Germany. He was team leader at GameSports and co-founded the eMAG an online eSports magazine, with Julia Christophers in 2004. He achieved his Diploma in Business Administration at the Goethe University Frankfurt in February 2009 and is currently working at several research projects in HR and organizational behavior.