So you want to start an esports business during the quarantine. Here's what you need to know – from a business lawyer.

Esports was already a rapidly growing industry before coronavirus shuttered most traditional sports, shifting demand toward online gaming competition. NASCAR is even "replacing" cancelled races with an eNASCAR┬áPro Invitational Series -- televised simulation racing featuring real pro drivers like Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bobby Labonte, Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin. Nevada and New Jersey sportbooks are … Continue reading So you want to start an esports business during the quarantine. Here's what you need to know – from a business lawyer.

The Fortnite Blackout: A Lesson in Licenses and Why Epic Owns Everything and You Own Nothing.

In the past 24 hours, Fortnite was offline. No one could play, stream, compete, or access their account. This was part of an in-game "event" known as the Fortnite Blackout or The End. Can Epic Games do that? What rights do you even have as a player, team owner, or competitor? It all comes down … Continue reading The Fortnite Blackout: A Lesson in Licenses and Why Epic Owns Everything and You Own Nothing.

ESports. So hot right now: Advice from an eSports attorney for players and team owners.

Metro Detroit is uniquely poised to become the next epicenter of a growing industry: competitive video gaming, or simply eSports. An emerging form of entertainment that is particularly popular among the teenage and college-age crowd, eSports had its first major metro Detroit debut this August, when Little Caesars Arena hosted the League of Legends Championship … Continue reading ESports. So hot right now: Advice from an eSports attorney for players and team owners.