FOR CANADIAN REGISTERED ADVISORS ONLY
Webinar: Reasons to Invest in the eGaming & eSports Sector
Date: Monday, October 4, 2021
Time: 2:00pm ET
The video game industry is now bigger than the film and music industries combined. Video games sales reached all time highs in 2020 as people searched for new modes of entertainment and social platforms during the pandemic. This allowed the sector to survive and thrive in the global contagion. However, will this success continue? Please join us to discuss investment opportunities that may exist in the video game industry in 2021 and beyond.
Evolve E-Gaming Index ETF (TSX: HERO) is Canada’s first eGaming and eSports ETF. The fund in equity securities of companies listed domestically and globally with business activities in the electronic gaming industry.
For more information on investing in this gaming ETF, please contact us or join the webinar.
This presentation is CE Credit pending.
Investing in eGaming
Join us in discussing investment opportunities that may exist in the video game industry
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