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Model of Esports Management in Russia and China

Student: Vadim Verevkin

Supervisor: Sergey Altukhov

Faculty: Higher School of Law and Administration

Educational Programme: International Sports Management and Marketing (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The master's thesis analyzes the models of esports management in Russia and China. Due to the application of strategic and comparative analysis methods, the author has developed a model of the interaction of e-sports management authorities in two countries, as well as recommendations to improve the models and possible extrapolation of the elements of one model to another. The results of the study can be used by Russian and international esports management bodies to improve the management structure and increase the efficiency of its work, as well as by undergraduates and graduate students as an example of a research with modeling and strategic analysis methods.

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