I am the first-to-market esports attorney (yes, that is a thing), and I just founded the world’s first esports only law firm. AMA!
Hey Reddit. My name is Bryce Blum and I left a big corporate law firm a couple years ago to focus my entire legal career around the esports industry, which ultimately culminated in me launching the world's first dedicated esports law firm this week. I also write about the legal and business side of esports for ESPN and am pretty active on Reddit. I’ve done AMAs on most major esports subreddits, but I’ve never ventured over to the big leagues before. Since it’s the start of the new year and I haven’t done an AMA in a while, I figured now was as good a time as any to try. So, ask away! I’m happy to talk about my career as well as anything and everything related to the esports industry.
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