Esports Entertainment Group, Inc., an esports entertainment and online gambling company, signed a partnership agreement with the Indian Gaming Esports Association (“iGEA”), the first-ever tribal esports organization to advance esports adoption among tribal nations and casinos; and with Spectrum Gaming Capital, international consultants and investment bankers.
Under the terms of the agreement, Esports Entertainment Group will be the exclusive provider of esports technology and services to iGEA as it seeks to integrate a full suite of B2C and B2B esports services to tribes and tribal casinos.
“Indian Gaming has historically been a key driver of industry evolution, and with our entrance into esports, we plan to keep our nations at the forefront of gaming’s newest trends,” said Oneida Nation’s Ernest Stevens III, CEO of iGEA.
“Esports Entertainment Group has the vision, expertise, and, most importantly, the assets for a turnkey business operation and future-minded strategy that aligns with the best interests of tribes and tribal casinos; no need to re-invent the wheel. Additionally, Spectrum Gaming Capital has the relationships and strategic capabilities to help drive this new venture to real success.”
“This is a tremendous opportunity to pioneer a massive untapped market,” said Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports Entertainment Group. “We look forward to providing iGEA the tools and technology necessary to execute on their vision of building and leading the esports ecosystem for tribal nations.”
Robert Heller, CEO of Spectrum Gaming Capital, added: “The entire Spectrum Gaming Group of Companies see the potential for iGEA to create a tribal-centric esports organization that will foster members’ opportunities to compete nationally and globally, and tie into tribal casino operations in those states where betting on esports is permitted by law.