Global esports revenue to hit $2.3 billion in 2022 – SuperData

first_imgGlobal esports revenue to hit $2.3 billion in 2022 – SuperData”Advertisers and investors are finally taking notice of esports’ access to key audiences”James BrightmanMonday 11th December 2017Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleSuperData Research, Inc.The latest market brief from research firm SuperData forecasts a nice bump for the worldwide esports market in the next several years. SuperData anticipates further mainstream adoption of esports, propelling global revenue for the sector up 26% by 2020 and reaching $2.3 billion by 2022.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games The 2017 esports tally is expected to reach $1.5 billion, but the market will see audience growth of about 12% annually in the next few years “and a swelling number of third-party investments.” Indeed, SuperData says that contributions from advertisers and investors now comprise about 85% of global esports market. More high-profile sports teams are starting to take notice and invest in esports, too. SuperData points to huge brands like the The Kraft Group (owner of New England Patriots) and Mercedes-Benz as highlights.”The esports market has finally hit the mainstream. Once only large in core Asian markets like Korea, esports have expanded worldwide and are now top of mind of every publisher, platform, and brand,” SuperData says.It comes as no surprise that Overwatch and League of Legends are big players in all of this. SuperData expects those games to only get bigger on the esports scene, growing their direct revenue by selling brand sponsorships, advertisements, ticket sales, and team merchandise. Additionally, PUBG “rides a wave of esports performance with no formal strategy,” SuperData notes. PUBG currently has 20 times more viewers than players.Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesNielsen to close down SuperDataGames insights will be rolled into Nielsen Sports’ products and servicesBy Marie Dealessandri A month agoJanuary digital games spending reaches $11.6bnSuperdata reports a 15% rise in revenue year-on-year worldwide, with the PC space particularly growingBy Marie Dealessandri 2 months agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

Manager, Transportation/Vehicle Operations & Repair (Fleet) #605345

first_imgThe Manager, Transportation/Vehicle Operations & Repairmanages a large department that is composed of multiple componentsperforming strategic planning, program development, budgetmanagement and supervision of staff. Performs work of considerabledifficulty in the management, planning and development ofactivities for all units or departments. Develops, plans, andimplements departmental goals and objectives.This position will supervise numerous tiers of employees thatinclude Fleet Services Specialist and student employees. TheManager may also cover for any absences of the Assistant Directorto include fiscal, employee, payroll, and business responsibilitiesthat affect the University customer experience. Monitoring &development of programs that have fiscal ramifications, andcustomer services responsibilities are a requirement of thisposition. Considerable time will be spent in the management ofthree separate business units to include to motor pool, long termlease, and fuel operations. Additional responsibilities includeaccident repair, and vehicle maintenance programs that insure thesafety of all campus vehicles at varying levels with directresponsibility of our managed vehicle pool. This position will alsointeract, execute, and plan under the direction of the AssistantDirector of Fleet Services, and consistently interact with theManager of Fleet Maintenance. Requirements extend to thedevelopment of departmental KPI’s, and performance evaluations toall direct reports.Duties & Responsibilities:Ability to manage multiple business units that include MotorPool, Long Term Leasing, and Fuel Operations.Understanding of vehicle maintenance principles, ability tocoordinate maintenance, damage & repairs for a largefleet.Management of a daily/weekly rental fleet that services allUniversity business statewide.Understanding of Long Term Lease rentals to includemaintenance, contracts, and vehicle rotation best practices.Supervises / training students in thefollowing:Organize daily dispatches/resolve issues/clean as needed.Supervise students for correct TMA input on ET’s, both outsiderentals.Supervises students to review LOF inventory of fleet,coordination of schedules with maintenance student workers.All aspects of outside rental processes from reservation,recording, and submission for payment.Knowledge or ability to learn advanced skills within TMAdatabase.Charge users for all managed accounts to include, VR’s, ET’s,and Fuel Tickets (shared).Ability to develop check & balance systems that insureaccurate billing to all customer accounts.Understanding of TMA database work orders, search functions,reports as needed.Coordinates university rental vehicle requests.Coordinates outside repair on non-damaged Fleet vehicles.Manages the design and preparation of forms used by TSC.Recommends & participates in the design of computerneeds.Assists with fuel dispensing systems.Serves as a customer liaison for TSC motor pool.Monitor the activities & production of subordinates. Damage Repair Coordination (300+ vehicles):Vendor Liaison with University vendors.Informs customers of DR’s needed and instructs on DR submission(shared).Schedules repair and transportation to/from body shops forrepair.Verify and review all Damage Repair invoices for Fleet ServicesFleet and Garage fleet for accuracy. Supervises trained senior students in all aspects of fueloperations:Downloading and uploading with fuel management (TRAK) / Web toTMA in a multi week format of all dispensed fuel.Update fuel prices based on fuel deliveries. Maintains University fuel island operationincluding:Verifying fuel tank levels –as required.Ordering fuel (knowledge of seasonal requirements)reconciliation of tank level, order size, and best practices.Reconciliation of all transactions, invoicing, familiar withADEQ regulatory requirements.Familiar with fuel monitoring systems & practices, fuelmanagement software, including fuel transactions (1000+ per month),and fuel tank monitors. Time Sheets:Review and approve time sheets for FTE’s, student workers,verification of any OT hours recorded.center_img Outside Rental Vendor Liaison in charge of all aspects ofoutside vendor usage to include:Ordering vehicles (shared).Disputing incorrect charges with vendor, responsible foraccurate invoicing from reservation thru submission forpayment.Familiar with best business practices, enforcement &contractual obligation. Other Responsibilities:Tasks in this category require a moderate/advanced backgroundin business mathematics and practices.Must hold excellent knowledge of policies governing use ofstate vehicles.Must have moderate/advanced knowledge of accountsreceivable/payable processes.Must have moderate/advanced accounting/mathematicalskills.Maintain excellent skills in problem resolution.Manages & assists in controlling departmental costs.Reviews monthly billing statements (Budget, Enterprise andNational Car Rental).Assists in inputting daily customer billing (VR’s andET’s).Reconciles customer travel accounts as needed.Tasks in this category require good mechanical awareness anddrivability skills.Ensures that no vehicle is dispatched knowing a defect ormechanical concern is present.Prepares daily and monthly dispatch logs.Assists in preparation of vehicle specifications andreplacement needs.Makes recommendations to Assistant Director on how to improvedispatch operations and forms utilized.Must possess a valid driver’s license at all times. (SeeMinimum Req)Wash vehicles as needed.Assist in cleaning shop & warehouse.Must use proper PPE at all times in shop.Attend meetings and discussion with various universitydepartments.On Call 24/7 After Hours emergency calls (Shared).Minimum QualificationsHigh school degree, AND1-2 years of management or supervisory experience AND,2-4 years of relevant experience.Must possess a valid driver’s license at all times.A combination of related education, experience, and trainingmay be used.Preferred QualificationsBachelor’s degree in a field appropriate to the area ofassignment and three years’ supervision andadministrative/coordinative program experience; OR,Five years’ supervision and administrative/coordinative programexperience; OR,Fleet operations experience in long term lease, short termrentals and fuel operations.Experience in organizational skills.Experience in communication skills, with an emphasis intraining.Supervision experience with diverse employee groups, ability todirect, train & coach student employees.TMA experience.PeopleSoft experience.How to ApplyTo apply for this position, please click on the “Apply” buttonon this page. You must submit your application by clicking on the”Submit” button by midnight of the application deadline. If youneed assistance completing your application there are instructionsavailable on the Human Resources website or in person in the HumanResources Department located in Building 91 on the NAU Campus – onthe corner of Beaver and DuPont Streets.If you are an individual with a disability and need reasonableaccommodation to participate in the hiring process please contactthe Office of Equity and Access at: 928-523-3312/TDD – 928-523-1006or PO Box 4083, Flagstaff AZ 86011.Equal Employment OpportunityNorthern Arizona University is a committed EqualOpportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities,veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.NAU is responsive to the needs of dual career couples.EEO is the Law Poster and SupplementsNAU is an Employer of National Service. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps,and other National Service alumni are encouraged to apply. 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The other footie aces are on a mission to help after Marcus Rashford got Govt to U-turn on free school meals

first_imgWITH their Rolex watches, sports cars and colossal wages, footballers are often criticised for being clueless about the real world.But many grew up knowing the harsh realities all too well — and are now giving back.Watford skipper Troy Deeney pictured with puils at specialist Garston Manor School in WatfordCredit: Troy Deeney FoundationMarcus Rashford succeeded in getting ministers to U-turn and provide free school meals for vulnerable children over the summerCredit: AFP or licensorsLike Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford, 22, who was raised on a council estate by a single mum, and whose recent campaign got the Government to cough up for free school meals for vulnerable children over the summer.Two other Three Lions doing their bit are Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, 29, who helped set up footballers’ fundraising campaign Players Together to support NHS heroes during the pandemic, and Manchester United defender Harry Maguire, 27, helping vulnerable people in his home city of Sheffield.Another Premier League man on a mission is Watford skipper Troy Deeney.Striker Troy, 31, remembers, as a child growing up on a Birmingham council estate, opening the door of his home to find debt collectors demanding money from his hard-pressed single mum, Emma.She did three jobs to support Troy and his four younger siblings but it still was not enough to make ends meet.‘GIVE SOMETHING BACK’Money was tight because Troy’s birth dad left home when he was a baby and his stepdad, Paul Burke, who he always considered his true father, was in and out of jail.Those troubled times remain scorched on Troy’s memory — and three years ago inspired him to set up the Troy Deeney Foundation for children with learning disabilities and life-limiting illnesses.Projects have included funding a multi-sports area at specialist Garston Manor School in Watford where there are pupils with autism and speech and language problems.Troy, who is reportedly paid £65,000 a week, says: “I’ve long since wanted to give something back.”That desire comes, also, from a darker time in his playing career.Troy remembers opening the door to find debt collectors demanding money from his hard-pressed single mum EmmaCredit: InstagramDeeney seen in action for Watford last yearCredit: ReutersTroy’s troubled memories remain inspired him to set up the Troy Deeney Foundation for children with learning disabilities and life-limiting illnessesCredit: Twitter @TheTDFoundationTroy Deeney and his beautiful model girlfriend Alisha HosannahIn 2012, Troy was sentenced to ten months in prison for kicking a student in the head during a drunken night out in Birmingham.While the player was doing his time — in the end just two months after he was ruled to have shown genuine remorse — other inmates told him not to waste the opportunities he had as a footballer. At the time he was a 23-year-old talent in the game’s second tier — where Watford then played — but with a chance to make a bigger name for himself.He recalls how a fellow lag who had lived near him before jail told him: “You’ve got to understand how big of an opportunity you’ve got. Not only for you, but to show kids from around our area that they don’t have to be like us.”Troy, who has two children by ex-wife Stacey, knew he had to set a positive example both to his own kids and those from his old neighbourhood.Having been troubled with aggressive impulses, he turned to a psychologist for help. He now sees the error of his old ways and how he blew his footballing riches on booze and bling rather than some-thing worthwhile.He recalls: “Being exposed to money was a whole different thing to me. I was just a d***head, I didn’t know how to handle it.”FUNDRAISING GALABut he came to realise there are only so many flash cars one person can buy. Having bought a home for his mum and helped out other family members, Troy set about doing his bit for the wider community.For him, though, it was about more than just signing a cheque then forgetting the people he was helping.He wanted to get involved with the projects, seeing how they tick and raising awareness. He says: “This is going to be a long stint for me, not just a gesture.”Troy regularly visits Garston Manor School and has the word autism inscribed on his football boots because he is so passionate about the issue.Arsenal and England legend turned TV pundit Ian Wright, 56, and ex-JLS singer Marvin Humes, 35, now a Capital Radio DJ, were among guests at the foundation’s first charity gala in 2017. Since then Troy has also visited Antigua to see work his found-ation has been doing in a school on the Caribbean isle.He feels foot-ballers earning six- figure sums each week are “an easy target” for criticism.But many of them, he points out, do work for the less fortunate that goes unheralded. He says: “We all have charities, foundations, we all give to people.”‘Everyone wanted to do something to help, and to do it together made it even more powerful’Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson is a leader on the pitch – and has also demanded the best from footballers off the field of play.When the Covid-19 lockdown began in March there were calls for mega-rich Premier League stars to take pay cuts so money could be channelled to the greater good.England midfielder Jordan Henderson persuaded the captains of the Premier League teams to support our NHS heroesCredit: Getty – ContributorBut many Premier League players refused to accept an across-the-board reduction in their wages.One who wanted to do something positive during this national crisis was England midfielder Jordan, 29.He persuaded the captains of the Premier League teams to get behind a way of supporting our NHS heroes.They set up Players Together, which aims to raise £20million for health workers, volunteers and patients in this country.So far £4million has been handed out, but Jordan says that more is to come.The said: “Everyone wanted to do something. To do it together made it even more powerful.RIVAL SIDES COME TOGETHER“We made sure the funds were going in the right place. Hopefully there is more to come in the near future.”The funds are paying for food, drinks, iPad-style tablets, counselling support and suitable places for staff to rest.Jordan has been praised for the way he galvanised the sport, bringing rival sides together to support one cause.Former Liverpool forward Stan Collymore said Jordan deserved to be honoured with an MBE or CBE and Reds’ legend Steven Gerrard described him as a “role model.”It is not the first good work Jordan has done for charity, with the player helping food banks, donating money to a fund for stabbed 18-year-old Sunderland teenager Connor Brown and laying on a party for underprivileged children.‘There’s always been a sense of community and it is more important than ever at the moment’Hardman centre-back Harry Maguire has never been one to dodge a challenge – and has proved himself a grafter for good causes during the pandemic.The Manchester United and England defender has not only been a key force behind Players Together, with Jordan Henderson, he has ensured elderly residents in lockdown in his home city of Sheffield get the help they need.Harry Maguire has made sure elderly residents received the food they needed during the lockdownCredit: Getty Images – GettyHarry Maguire has done his bit in the past for Soccer Aid and UnicefBrought up in the Mosborough area on the city’s outskirts, Harry decided to help out those locals who were most vulnerable.With his dad, he arranged for a shop to send food packages and other essentials to all residents aged 70 and over.Harry, who signed for Man United from Leicester last year for £80million, said: “There’s always been a real sense of community in the area, which is more important than ever at the moment. I just wanted to do something to help those who need it most.”He is reported to earn £200,000 a week. But the down-to-earth star offered 30 per cent of his wage to good causes when lockdown hit and encouraged teammates to make a similar gesture.He has also helped promote fundraising by the Manchester United Foundation for Covid-19-related charities.The chance to enjoy a “virtual hangout” with the fans’ favourite was the first prize offered up in their raffle.Could Marcus Rashford be honoured with a knighthood after school meals campaign?GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL [email protected] 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures!center_img Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Source: Soccer – What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 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Marine Corps considers temporarily grounding all aircraft following deadly crashes

first_imgRiccardo Niccoli/Stocktrek Images/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — In the wake of two deadly aviation crashes in the last month, the Marine Corps is considering grounding all Marine fixed wing and rotary aircraft for a day to reinforce proper procedures among pilots and air crews, according to a defense official.Lt. Gen. Steven R. Rudder, the Marine Corps deputy commandant for aviation, is considering the move, which could be announced as early as Tuesday.The defense official said the 24-hour stand-down would affect all Marine flying squadrons worldwide and would reinforce proper flight training procedures for Marine pilots and air crews.The possibility of a grounding comes days after three Marines died when an MV-22 Osprey crashed into the waters off the coast of Australia as it attempted to land on the amphibious ship USS Green Bay. Efforts to recover the remains of the three Marines continue. An additional 23 Marines aboard the tilt-rotor aircraft were rescued after the Osprey went down.On July 10, 15 Marines and a Navy corpsman were killed when a KC-130T transport aircraft crashed into a field in central Mississippi. Early indications are that the aircraft may have experienced problems while flying at cruising altitude. As a protective measure, the Navy and Marine Corps grounded all 35 of their KC-130T aircraft until further notice while that crash remains under investigation.Safety stand-downs of particular Marine aircraft are not unusual.Last August, the Marine Corps ordered a similar safety stand-down for all non-deployed F/A-18 fighter aircraft following a series of fatal crashes involving F/A-18s.At the time, squadron commanders were given seven days to carry out the 24-hour stand-down, which only affected non-deployed Marine aircraft.Last September, all Marine AV-8 Harrier fighters in Japan were temporarily grounded after one of the aircraft crashed into the sea 100 miles off the coast of Japan. The pilot survived the crash.The Marine Corps in recent years has experienced a decline in readiness of its aging fleet of aircraft. That, in turn, has impacted available training hours and the number of aircraft able to fly at any given time.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more