Use Case: Situational Awareness

As teased in our Partner Program, it is time to start shining light on our Partner Organizers. First in line is Naim, a Moroccan organizer passionate about flight combat simulation, that created and manages a great community dedicated to his favorite games, because we believe, just like he does, that there’s more to esports than just MOBA, Card Games and FPS!

To start, please introduce yourself and your project

My name is Naim Bouyahya, 40 years of age from Morocco. I have been stoked about military jets and the art of air combat for as long as I can remember. When I stumbled upon my first simulator, it was an instant buy. A few years later, I decided to launch my website (SA-SIM.COM) to organize online PvP competitions for the acclaimed Digital Combat Simulator (DCS).
I’m an avid competitor and truly passionate about e-sports so I wanted to contribute to introducing DCS to a wider audience. I really believe it holds tremendous potential to be as successful as current mainstream titles such as Battle Grounds and Overwatch.

How did you discover Toornament?

I tried many brackets providers and had not been really satisfied until I came across Toornament, which intuitive interface and handy features make it stand out from the competition.
Discovering Toornament was through watching events on Twitch where I noticed it being used in many major professional leagues.

What feature(s) do you like the most on Toornament?

All the feature are great, really. It’s straightforward to set up a tourney and all the widgets make it very easy to share the brackets wherever needed. It also looks neat as you can add country flags, team logos…etc – tiny details like that are really important to those who want their tournaments to have that extra touch and professional feel.
Check one of their tournaments!

Anything you want to add?

I hope Toornament will feature DCS one day, I’m a big believer in e-sports and quality games like DCS deserve to be in the spotlight.

We want to thank Naim for the time he has taken to answer our questions, and have the pleasure to announce that DCS will very soon be a discipline available on Toornament!

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