Below you’ll find more information about the writing and editorial staff behind Esports Betting Report. Click here to contact ESBR.
Former editor of Poker Industry Pro, gambling industry expert focused on legal online gambling and sports betting issues. For ESBR, Joss spotlights the intersection of the burgeoning esports industry with that of gambling.
An analyst at the intersection of gambling, entertainment, and esports, Will worked as a writer and producer at Sports Illustrated, where he covered the sports gambling and daily fantasy sports industries. His work is currently featured at SI, as well as Fortune.com, Legal Sports Report, ESBR, and many other publications.
Matt Perry has worked in the online gambling industry for nearly a decade. During this time he has contributed to a variety of publications focused on regulated online casinos and online poker as an editor, copywriter, content manager and reporter.
Mike Kaufman is a writer who covers eSports events and the eSports industry. He is based in New York.
Chris is the publisher of ESBR and a partner at NarusOps, a company that develops esports-related assets.
New Jersey-based Robert DellaFave is the managing editor of OnlinePokerReport.com. He covers a wide range of topics in the regulated online gambling industry for OPR and numerous other publications. He is also a game designer and avid poker player. Read more by following @DivergentGames on Twitter.
A man that used to work in finance until it all got a bit too boring! Ollie now freelances full-time specialising in esports with a particular interest in Dota 2.
Dustin Gouker covers the daily fantasy sports industry as well as other topics related to sports betting as the editor of LegalSportsReport.com, in addition to writing about the regulated U.S. online gambling industry for a number of online publications.
Scott Longley has been a journalist since the early noughties covering personal finance, sport and gambling. He has worked for a number of publications including Investor's Week, Bloomberg Money, Football First, eGaming Review and Gambling Compliance. He now runs his own editorial consultancy Clear Concise Media and writes for a number of online and print titles.
Rachel is an avid gamer and covers the player side of the eSports world at eSportsBets.com. For ESBR, Rachel turns her focus to developments in the ever-growing eSports industry. When she’s not busy writing or playing Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, and League of Legends, she can be found watching Twitch.tv.
Dejan has been involved in gaming for over 10 years. Moving from classics like Diablo 2, Lineage 2, and Warcraft 3, he found his passion in Dota 2, which he’s been playing ever since. He writes for various esports-related publications and also enjoys reading about the industry.
Ken has been around the esports block more than a few times. Having been on both sides of the esports coin, he knows what to expect of players, managers, and owners. You can see him at gaming events, cheering on teams of all kinds, but always representing Team Liquid.
Jeff Ifrah is a founding member of the Ifrah Law Group, a D.C.-based practice with focus areas including iGaming, Internet advertising, FTC and CFTC enforcement and white collar counsel and defense.
Adam Gertz is an attorney based in Los Angeles California. He loves gaming and eSports in particular. He has written articles for esports Center. During Law School, he volunteered for the Video Game Bar Association and co-wrote an article on privacy policies. Besides gaming, he enjoys writing and reading science fiction, Philly sports, traveling, and spending time with his wife and new puppy.
TFT mourner. CS:GO addict. Philosophy @ Ohio State. English/German/Spanish/French in order of ability. Culturally confused.
Writes about esports, CS:GO and other topics. Follow @MartinStuessy on Twitter.
Alex Fletcher is Founder & CEO at Entiva Group, an eSports strategic consulting firm committed to meeting the demands of companies that want to reach digitally-minded consumers. Based in the Washington DC area, he consults and advises with companies to ensure the best possible returns in the eSports industry.
Mike is a freelance journalist who has written for a variety of publications ranging from traditional games outlets such as PC Gamer, Pocket Gamer and God is a Geek, through to more mainstream brands such as Vice, Playboy, RedBull and The International Business Times. He's an eSports enthusiast, and editor of eSports Pro over on MCV.
Fighting the good fight; UK Esports fanatic. @GuyPasquill