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Virgo Public Relations Now Has an Education and Sports PR Office

Virgo Public Relations Now Has an Education and Sports PR Office

Virgo PR, an independently owned leading PR firm, announced today the launch of an Esports Public Relations division, which will work across core practice areas including corporate, consumer, digital media, and entertainment. With projected revenue nearing $1.8 billion by the end of 2022, the esports industry continues to show signs of significant growth. Virgo PR has worked with the likes of Ready Player Me, Virtex, and similar brands within this space.

As a forward-thinking public relations and marketing company, Virgo PR is regularly ahead of the curve when it comes to marketing trends. The firm works with clients to place them in mainstream news, secure important influencer relationships, and drive brand awareness. The Virgo PR team is committed to building brands and is one of the most effective public relations agencies in the space.

“Esports is a huge global phenomenon, and we see tremendous opportunity to build brands within the esports sector. From traditional media to digital media, all aspects of esports public relations, and marketing, are opportunities in which we expect to thrive. We see the esports market as a very fast-growing industry, and our esports team will offer a unique value to clients within this emerging industry,” said Mike Paffmann, CEO of Virgo PR.

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