Easylive.io, based in New York, Paris and Strasbourg, is a cloud-based live video production and multistreams platform, empowering its partners of the sports and Esports industry to deliver HD live content on Facebook, Youtube and Twitch.
The platform : www.easylive.io
Gamingprive.com, online flash sales of gaming and pop-culture hardware and virtual goods, distributing its offers, up to 70% off, throught the innovative and alternative channels used by esports communities.
Order here : www.gamingprive.com
Applications, platforms, marketplaces, devices, locations, extensions, bots, mods and services, adding value to esports games
Based on founders profiles, track records, vision and technological asset
Exclusive or non-exclusive deals
Esports entrepreneur since 2000, Matthieu Dallon is the ESWC creator (Electronic Sports World Cup) and the co-founder of the platform Toornament.com, empowering thousands of eSports organizations worldwide, both acquired by the entertainment group Webedia in 2016. Former CEO of Ligarena from 2000 to 2005, CEO of Games-Services from 2005 to 2009, CEO of Oxent from 2010 to 2016, Matthieu Dallon produced over 70 international esports events, including historical shows in Paris Bercy and during the Paris Games Week, and led over the last 18 years, the development of the esports internet platforms Cyberleagues, Gamersband and Toornament.com. Matthieu Dallon also founded the non-profit and federative organization France Esports, along with the French Ministry of Economy and the major game publishers (SELL & SNJV), and became its first President (2016-2017).
Mathias Monribot is an investment specialist in emerging sectors. After having created, at the age of 21, his first company pioneering 3D environments and sold 7 years later, he created Petit Poucet in 2002, a strategy consulting firm specialized in supporting student entrepreneurs. He then finances 40 startups (up to 500K€ per company) through 4 investment holdings. 3 companies out of 4 will reach 1M€ turnover before the 4th year of activity. 14 of them have already been sold (including Oxent in 2016, in which Mathias was the first to invest).
Alain Esnault graduated from Edhec Business School and Ecole Centrale Paris. He started his career by working at Crédit Lyonnais, as a private equity associate. He then proceeded to work as a CFO and M&A officer for several international companies (eg. Hewlett Packard) and entrepreneurial groups (eg. Groupe Roullier). Alain moved to being an entrepreneur himself in 2002 when he became the CEO of several SMEs in industry and business services, including Groupe SVP. He is currently the CEO of Apicap, an asset management company that specializes in both real estate and private equity – Apicap is the fund manager of Trust Esport Fund 1.
Axel Pittier graduated from both Sciences Po Paris and the University of St. Gall (Switzerland). He had early exposure of the public sector by working at the French National Assembly, before taking advantage of a gap year to discover entrepreneurship and the Esport industry at Oxent, audit at PwC and investment at Apicap – which he joined in early 2016. Axel’s passion for Esport and his Dota 2 skills ideally supplement his competences for Trust Esport Fund.
Group FIMALAC is the main sponsor of Trust Esport and is entirely owned by Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière who manages a net assets of 4,3 billion euros, in five business areas: capital investment with Warburg Pincus, digital media in entertainment through Webedia, entertainment with the organization of shows and venue management (Fimalac Entertainment), leisure activities and hotels through the Group Barrière, and real estate property, essentially of offices.
AMAURY is an independent family group, global leader in sports and media, who supports Trust Esport with its subsidiary firm Amaury Investments. The Amaury group owns and runs A.S.O (Amaury Sport Organisation) which regoups 80 sport events over 25 countries including the Tour de France, the Dakar, the Schneider Electric Paris Marathon, the Lacoste Ladies golf French Open. Amaury is also in particular the owner and the organizer of the Ballon d’Or and the media L’Equipe (print, digital, and TV).
FDJ is the Europe’s second largest lottery and attract 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of 30,800 points of sale as well as its websites and mobile apps.
Trust Esport Fund 1 – founded by Trust Esport SAS and managed by Apicap SAS
Trust Esport SAS is a company registered in France with the RCS 832532444
Apicap SAS is a company registered in France with the RCS 438749962 and AMF n°GP01-033