Last year in the United States, the video game industry pulled in revenues well over 20 billion dollars. To give you an idea of what that kind of money looks like, if video games were a sovereign nation, they would produce more income than many of the countries on our planet. Traditionally a larger market internationally, e-sports claims over 400 million participants worldwide, resulting in an additional $500 million in secondary market activity, and is now growing dramatically in the U.S. as well. While corporations make a great deal of money from the production and sales of video games, those who do much of the promoting of those games see very little in the way of profits. In order to make ends meet, those who create gamer videos have experimented with a variety of sources.
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PowerslamTV, the World’s Largest Indie Pro-Wrestling Library
Since building their first pro wrestling channel in 2014, Pivotshare has become the platform of choice for professional wrestling promotions around the world to create their own branded subscription video on demand channels. Pivotshare now powers over 150 pro wrestling channels in over 15 countries for some of the biggest names in the industry such [...]
Pivotshare Announces Apps for Video On Demand Channels
Today’s world is all about convenience. Pivotshare knows that as a content creator you want to make it as easy as possible for your customers to access your videos. Our team has heard you loud and clear and are excited to announce that we have partnered with industry leaders, Vidapp to offer channel owners the [...]
Pivotshare Announces New Flash-Free Video Player
Anyone who works in the online video world will tell you that delivering video on the internet is a tricky business. Delivery is dependent on many different systems, owned by multiple entities, all of which must play nicely together, for our videos to be viewed smoothly and consistently. When these systems don’t get along, our [...]