Today, we release yet another feature to ease up the life of our organizers. Handling your registrations has never been this easy!
With our new Multi-Selection, you may now select several registrations to perform an action on them all at once, or filter them out to mass apply a new status (Accept all currently Pending requests for example).
And because a few images speak a thousand words, here they are:
New action buttons and icons have appeared on the List of Registrations:
They become active depending on the displayed registrations, to let you know which actions are possible on the current selection:
Here, when filtering Accepted Registrations, you may only Refuse or Reset them (as they are already Accepted, and only Pending registrations can be Deleted):
Finally, you may use the action icons at the end of the lines, or check individual registrations to change their statuses, just like you used to:
Every tournament created on Toornament.com comes with its widgets for you to use. There are currently four different ones, that all have a specific purpose.
Resizable and available in 7 languages, they can all be added with a single line of HTML code to any website, for you to easily display all information to any passer-by!
The Registration Widget
Available in Dark or Light mode, this widget is a simple button allowing you to redirect wanna-be participants to your tournament for them to register:
The Tournament Widget
This generic widget evolves as the tournament goes, to display information before it starts, latest and upcoming matches during the event, and the Winner when the tournament is over. No further action is required on your side, as it automatically updates as the status of the tournament changes.
The Stage Widget
You may choose any stage of your tournament to get displayed with this widget. Display will then depend on the type of stage selected, but it can accomodate any kind of stage!
The Schedule Widget
Use this one to display your detailed match schedule!
On your website!
As stated before, including one of our widgets on your website only requires you to add a single line of HTML, that is automatically generated under the “Share” menu, both in the Organizer Dashboard and the Public Pages of the tournament. Width and Height can be changed to accomodate the display you wish to provide to your audience, and the result is awesome:
All tournaments created on Toornament.com come with their own version of our smart TV, which is a dynamically updated display of the relevant tournament information.
It was tailor-made for offline tournaments involving multiple spots (gaming zone, stages…) and public audience.
Tournament TV is a smart, automated public display solution, designed with this key goals in mind :
- Better understanding of the tournament(s) advancement
- Dresses up your event with live content : photos, info strips, scores
- Keeps the visitor informed, entertained and starving for more
It is also a great resource for livestreaming, to display information in between matches for your audience to see.
How does the Toornament TV works ? Well, it can’t get easier than this : the whole system is automated. We’ve designed a smart behaviour, setting a wide and relevant set of rules, so that the TV makes the right decisions and displays the right info at the right time.
The added value is huge : for no extra time or people in your team, your event gets much easier to understand and follow. And much prettier, too !
The TV customization menu is accessible from the “Share” menu in the Organizer Dashboard, to set your own logos, colors and overlay, as can be seen with those custom TVs from Quakecon 2017:
And here it is, in situation, with a photo taken during the event:
For more information, and all technical questions you may still have, see our Toornament TV User Guide, and don’t hesitate asking us!
As promised, you may now access the Match Lobby of all of your matches directly within the Toornament Mobile App!
The very same features are available, in a chat module designed just like the web version (why change something that works?).
As always, let us know what you think of this new feature, and having released it only means we can now work at making it even better!
This week in Paris will be held the annual Paris Games Week, with lots of major video games actors like Twitch, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft and many others gathering to present their latest games or products.
And of course, Esports will also be part of the show, with the ESWC occupying the largest spot of the exhibition to shocase four epic competitions:
First off, Quake Champions will make an epic comeback onto the ESWC stage with a 16-players tournament competing for a 10,000€ cash prize!
How could an ESWC happen without a Counter-Strike: GO competition? The setting is simple, an international pro team, and three french teams (one professional and two qualified through open online qualifiers) will try to claim the title and the 50,000€ cash prize for themselves.
Next, one of the landmark disciplines in ESWC events recently, Clash Royale will have its tournament with 48 of the best players in the world coming to Paris to discover who is the best, and gets to go back home with their share of the 15,000€ cash prize. Offline Qualifiers will be held today on-site to select the last players to join the final stage of the competition.
This event will also feature the first iteration of the ESWC on FIFA18, latest installment of the legendary game. Two tournaments will be held simultaneously to find out the best PS4 and XBox One players, that will then compete in a Grand Finals to succeed to PSG DaXe and grab the fair share of the 15,000€ cash prize.
For all information, see the ESWC Official Website, and see you in Paris!