Esports Producers bring competitive gaming events to the fans.
Gaming tournaments attract thousands of spectators, both to physical events and online streaming services. These events need a range of content to be captured and broadcast, from on-stage hosting and in-game commentary, through post-match interviews, highlights videos and sponsored messages.
As an Esports Producer you plan what’s needed, put together a team of creatives, and manage how it all comes together. Your role could include getting behind the microphone or in front of the camera too.
- Being Organised
- Telling Stories
- Helping People
- Designing things
- Social Media
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YOUR LEARNING JOURNEY
Not all, but some people working as an Esports Producer have a degree in Marketing and Communications, Events or Business. Most importantly, you should be someone that possesses understanding and passion for the sport and exceptional communication skills.
As a professional, you’ll be bringing the sport to life by planning, executing, broadcasting and marketing matches. You also might be responsible for organising sponsorship, commentary and interviews. This is a dynamic and multi-faceted role so building up work experience is key to gaining success in this field.
Working in the games industry is highly competitive and you’ll need to make sure your portfolio (a collection of your best work) and or CV stands out to employers and course leaders.
As an Esports Producer, your work should present events and projects you have produced, demonstrating strategic planning and organisational skills. For more general ideas on developing your portfolio, see our top tips page.
Whatever role you are working in, it is essential that you understand the game making process. You can head to our build a game section for first steps; join a regular game jam to build up your skills & network; or start modding others games to gain experience.
Where are you in your games journey?
Try and build your first game here