Estars takes aim at amateur gamers Fortnite tournament set for Croke Park

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
20th January, 2019

An Irish e-sports company is targeting amateur gamers in an attempt to grab a slice of a market that is estimated to be worth around $900 million worldwide.

Estars, which was set up by Mags Byrne in 2017, held its first tournament in Dundalk in Co Louth last year. It is currently running a series of events in Britain and Ireland which sees fans of Fortnite, the world’s most lucrative computer game, compete against each other...

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