The PSG.LGD team came to us with a simple, yet challenging task: they needed a way to feature their sponsors during the International 2018.
We offered to create for them a One-Page to gather all relevant information about the team and their performance in the tournament, all while showcasing their sponsors.
The PSG.LGD TI2018 Coverage Page was made possible thanks to our coverage of the competition and the Toornament API, which allowed for the full automation of the page to avoid mistakes and delays:
If you are interested in talking to us about getting one of your own
3 years ago, we published on this very blog an infographics on the Esports Economy, and especially the prize moneys awarded in the tournaments of the top esports titles.
It’s time to take stock of the situation, and see where we are at regarding tournament prize moneys.
Find a new interactive infographics, with the most up-to-date data available, along data compiled from 2015:
The Quakecon is a huge LAN party happening every year, with thousands of players and even more visitors. For an event of this scale to run smoothly, everything must be prepared and handled with care, and that’s why Quakecon called upon Toornament expertise and experience to help them. Continue reading “Use Case: How Toornament supported the Quakecon 2018”
We are pleased to announce that QuakeCon 2018 partners with Toornament to create the BYOC Program, for both official and community tournaments!
Here are the Battle of the BYOC tournaments:
If you are going to be in Dallas, Texas for the event, here are all the things you need to know about the BYOC Community Program, gathered in a
As you may have noticed these past weeks, new General Data Protection Regulation have come into effect in Europe. As we have always taken privacy very seriously, it did not change much on the platform: we have always only asked for the necessary data we need to provide you with the services (basically, an email address, all the rest is optional), we do not track our users, we do not sell your data, there are no ads or monetization of your data etc.
Though, it still caused a few changes on the platform, and here they are:
If you have any question on these matters, a new contact email address is now available: [email protected]
You will also notice the apparition of a “Report Abuse” link or button on several pages. This will allow you to report any abuse you might encounter on the platform, through another email contact: [email protected].
Finally, you may now delete your Toornament account easily from Your Account if you no longer have a use for the service, or any other reason.
All in all, it means that by using Toornament, you are GDPR compliant, and can keep organizing your tournaments with peace of mind!