You know the drill: “Harness the power of Toornament to produce great competition!”
But do you know that you can also benefit from our social channels to put the spotlight on your tournament. Here’s how:
The annual FIWC is happening right now in New York and the cream of the crop of FIFA 16 players from around the world are gathered to decide who’s going to get the title, $20,000 and a paid trip to the “Ballon d’Or” ceremony!
Our team is covering this major eSport tournament bringing you everything you need to follow the competition: schedules, participants, archived scores and streams links.
The final matches will be played later today, make sure to keep our widget open. Happy cheering!
This new section displays the following content:
This new approach mixes manual picks from the user side and automated picks from our app, making it easier to follow and discover Esport events.
The Match ticker UI helps you find a match the easy way, using two navigation timelines. The horizontal timeline lets you browse past, current and future tournaments. The vertical navigation timeline on the right focuses on the chosen day and features blue highlights on the hour a match occurs.
You often come across the Match Block in our app. Well, it’s been redesigned for a better visual integration with the different parts of the app it appears in – which means quite everywhere!
The new Match Block boasts two new icons: VOD and Stats. The first one indicates whether a video from the match is available. The second one is an incoming feature which will display stats from enabled games (Dota2, LoL, Blood Bowl etc.)
We’ve replaced the “Favorite” function with the “Following” one. You can follow:
Add a game or tournament and they’ll join your Following tab.
Participants profiles have been enriched and now display all their information, including public custom fields in a new “Info” tab.
We’ve also adjusted the font sizes and made some wording corrections, giving the app a more professional look and feel. And of course, loads of bugs were smashed along the way!
We hope you’ll enjoy this new version of Toornament eSports mobile app, Get it for free on your smartphones:
Saying that video games professionals are video games lovers is an understatement and Ubisoft employees won’t say otherwise…
Esport enthusiasts from Ubisoft Montréal started an in-house gaming league. It’s a common thing nowadays. But when most people will simply play during lunch time in the leisure area, the Ubisoft people went further.
The UGL (Ubisoft Gaming League) engages hundreds of former-colleagues-now-rivals over a wide array of Esport games – and not just the Ubisoft ones :
Growing through 3 seasons already, the UGL has now its dedicated stage, trophies, admins and casters. That’s what we call some serious dedication to competition! Maybe it has to do with the presence of several progamers among the Ubisoft workforce?
Anyway, we’re thrilled that the UGL picked Toornament to run all their competitions. They used every tools they could and came back to us with great feedback and requests specific to running toornaments for active people dealing with other schedules and agendas (yes, full time workers may have a job to deal with).
We love to see commited organizers on both pro and amateurs levels. Or in the case of UGL, “amateur level in a pro environment”. If you run an office league, we’ll be happy to help!
Here’s a follow-up from our Tournament Page redesign introduced last week. As anounced, we’re replacing the widget with a dedicated content in each tab, starting today with the “Information” tab.
The other tabs will benefit from the redesign in a couple of weeks. This work in progress shows you how we know implement in an incremental way new features and redesigns.