Esports is the term given to playing video games at a competitive level. More recently, the term has gravitated towards big-budget tournaments with sponsorships and audiences. With the rise of online multiplayer and video streaming, the industry has grown exponentially, reaching a much wider audience.
The Front Line Podcast is back for Series Two with lots of more great guests!
Just 12 months ago in the UK, Boris Johnson was waving a Manx kipper above his head in a ‘Brexit’ bid to win the Tory leadership race. Whether or not this played a part in his victory or the subsequent election result, the Isle of Man like the UK is now having to prepare for the consequences.
Now we've returned back to normal life on the Isle of Man, we have a chat with some of our staff to see how they've been getting on. Find out a little bit more about one of our directors, Basil Bielich.
In a word, yes. For those who are unsure of where the Isle of Man is, it’s a small Island set in the middle of the Irish Sea and approximately 84,000 people are lucky enough to call the Isle of Man their home. The Manx countryside is idyllic and is perfect for bringing up a family and for helping achieve the right work/life balance most people these days are seeking, and given the recent pandemic, for the Island’s locals, it really has been “there’s no place like home”.
I’m a director at Peregrine Corporate Services and I’m responsible for the accounts preparation and tax compliance. I have a team of five staff who I manage alongside my co-director, Jamie McKenna – they are a great bunch of people.
Last week concluded the first series of our Front Line Podcast. We’d just like to take this opportunity to thank all of our guests who came on the podcast and spoke to us about their experiences.
I am delighted to be able to inform you that following the Isle of Man Government’s relaxation on social distancing restrictions that Burleigh Manor will be open to visitors as usual from Monday 29th June.
As we start returning back to normal life on the Isle of Man, we have a chat with some of our staff to see how they've been getting on. Find out a little bit more about one of our directors, Martin Hall.
In episode #12 of the Front Line Podcast, we chat to Jo Haigh, Chief Executive of FDS.