For the first time ever at DevGAMM: Esport Focus Minsk track

By October 30, 2017News

Such phenomenon as Esport can take over the world soon. It gained a tremendous popularity over the last few years. Huge prize funds, millions of fans, professional leagues and more. If you always wanted to know what Esport is and how it works – join us for the whole day of Esport-dedicated sessions on November 17, in Green Hall. We’re really grateful to Nemiga Gaming and Stepan Shulga from Starladder for their initiative in creating Esport track within our conference :)

Brands and esports. Storytelling, exposure, marketing


When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 11:00 am

Creative producer of Starladder Stepan Shulga is going to share the insights on how to organize the advertising campaign for a brand that wants to get exposure in front of esports audience, and how to avoid making mistakes.

Esport in Belarus


When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 11:30 am

During this session, Denis Bogush, Chairman, Belarusian eSports Federation, is going to describe all the stages of Esport development in Belarus.

How we will publish your competitive game

When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 12:15 pm

The head of competitive gaming at Aliaksei Kornyshau will present a talk based on four-year publishing experience on how the company publishes competitive titles. He will share the key findings, explain and demonstrate how to turn them into publishing operations.

Esports and competitive element in games: the examples of ecosystems and concepts of monetization


When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 12:45 pm

Esports and competitive element in games: how they differ from each other. Maksim Maslov, General manager of Epic Esports Events, is going to share case studies of such ecosystems, and explain how publishers and developers create them. You’ll also learn the ways of their monetization.

Third-party services for competitive games. Your way to Esports through product development

When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 3:00 pm

Competitive games have become quite popular so that third-party developers can profit off a part of their audience. During this session, Kirill Chuvakov, Product Manager, GOSU.AI, will consider the advantages and disadvantages of the fact that your product is dependent on someone else’s game.

Nutrition in Esports

When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 3:30 pm

Aleksandrs Zavoloka, CEO, Runtime GmbH, is going to touch on nutrition and its importance in esports.

Esports Audience in CIS and why Esports is not only about tournaments

When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 4:15

During this session, Ivan Voznyak, Esports producer of Mail.Ru Group, will share the company experience: from making tournaments for their own published games to esports ecosystem that works for all projects, and involves players and streamers from casuals to professionals.

VK for Gaming & eSports

When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 4:45 pm

The head of gaming & eSports at VK Alexander Schepilov, will explain in his talk how to be in touch with your audience, if you are gaming publisher or Esport organization.

Discussion Panel: Esport: just a trend or an alternative to traditional sports in media



When&Where: Green Hall, November 17, 5:30 pm

The discussion panel featuring: Stepan Shulga, Creative producer, Starladder, Maksim Maslov, General Manager, Epic Esports Events, Denis Bogush, Chairman, Belarusian eSports Federation will deal with the role of esports in the gaming industry, the direction of its development and how it competes with traditional sports in the media.

Come to DevGAMM Minsk 2017, don’t miss the chance to visit the first DevGAMM Esport sessions, and get answers to all your questions. Buy your tickets now :)