Roman Dvoryankin participated in “Transformation 6”
Roman Dvoryankin, the General manager of Virtus.pro esports club, has participated in an educational business intensive “Transformation 6” that took place in CSKA Arena as part of Moscow Entrepreneur Forum.
Over the course of a panel titled “Who builds esports business, how, and why?” Roman has discussed the market's key players, growth zones, marketing and working with sponsors. Furthermore, Roman noted the milestones already reached by esports:
“It is awesome to witness esports grow from niche conferences and small auditoriums to international forums and multi-thousand halls. The events supported by the Government of Moscow are a great case on point.”
Founder of an online educational esports platform Learn2Play Maksim Dreval and co-owner of UCC Pavel Shapkin have also joined the discussion.
Moscow Entrepreneur Forum hosted more than 20 000 visitors and gave a platform to over 300 speakers in its panels, round-table and open discussions, workshops, and master classes. Overall, more than 200 media representatives covered the event.
The Government of Moscow and the Department of Business and Innovation of Moscow were the organizers of Moscow Entrepreneur Forum and “Transformation 6” business intensive.