HOW DOES THE TEAM MANAGE ITS BUDGET?
During the 12 months, the athletes will not just be trained to become professional players, but will also have financial challenges to overcome. They’ll work out a budget together and keep track of their spending.
What does being a professional Esports player mean financially? How much can you win at competitions? How can you work out a sensible budget in a shared flat? The Esports experiment provides the opportunity to answer these questions from the perspective of a Swiss Esports team for the first time.
The team will transparently document its income and expenditure. The Esports players will demonstrate how easy it is to manage day-to-day finances in the digital world – with the help of digital products and services from PostFinance that make managing day-to-day finances very straightforward.
Prize money won (total)
Profit accumulated since 1 January 2019
AVERAGE TEAM COSTS (IN CHF)
These are average monthly living costs incurred by the athletes.
|Ø Monthly Expenses|
|Leisure Time & Savings||CHF 491|
|Health Insurance||CHF 300|
|Social Security||CHF 205|
|Smartphone Subscription (Sponsored)||CHF 79|
|Public Transport||CHF 50|
CUMULATIVE COMPETITION COSTS (IN CHF)
What the team spends on taking part in competitions.
|Cost of participation||CHF 400|
This is the prize money Helix has already earned from winning competitions.
|Dreamhack Rotterdam||CHF 2'200||CHF 2'2001|
|ESL Euro Cup||CHF 0||CHF 5'0001|
|Summoner's Inn - Season 3||CHF 300||CHF 3'0001|
|Premier Tour Köln||CHF 0||CHF 10'000 1|
|Summoner's Inn - Season 2||CHF 0||CHF 3'0001|
|Premier Tour Bonn||CHF 0||CHF 10'000 1|
|Premier Tour Berlin||CHF 0||CHF 10'000 1|
|PolyLAN#33||CHF 2'300||CHF 2'300|
|Swisscom Hero League||CHF 5'000||CHF 5'000|
EUR 1 is equal to CHF 1.12