The #Worlds are just over and while SK Telecom are still celebrating their third title, our coverage team has compiled the tournament’s stats. From crucial information to trivias, here’s our take on the 2016 World Championship!
If you want all the scores, match stats and videos, check out the tournament page or this widget.
And of course, all the Regional Leagues and major LoL tournaments have been covered and archived:
Hyped by all these stats? Get them for your own LoL tournament, using the Tournament Codes: they’ll automate the lobby attribution, statistics, game scores and match results!
And of course, all this data is available on our mobile app!
Blizzard fans rejoice! The annual Blizzcon will hold the largest tournaments for your favorite games, starting Oct. 26th to Nov 5th. As always, our coverage team will keep you up to date with all the scores and videos.
The first Blizzard-sanctionned tournament will take place as a huge all-stars tournament with progamers and streamers from all around the world. Support your favorite country!
RNG and Salt lovers will gather by the fireside to watch the best deck builders and BMers of the year clash with various decks. Time to mulligan!
All eyes will be on Neeb, the young American prodigy and first “foreigner” to win a premier tournament on Korean soil. Can he confirm?
Heroes Of The Storm
Just before the release of the Heroes Brawl mode, let’s enjoy some huge team battles happening around various objectives.
We’re especially happy to power all the ESWC tournaments for the third year in a row!
The 13 years old Esport Convention grows even larger and takes place in the dedicated-to-Esports Hall 3 at Paris Games Week from Oct. 27th to Nov. 1st.
Check out the exciting program of what’s to come:
The largest Clash Royale tournament in history pits thousands of gamers in online qualifiers before the Finals in Paris, where the best will fight for a sweet, sweet 10,000$ money prize. That’s a lot of gems!
This is the final bracket. You can follow the 4 groups here:
Counter Strike: GO
Meet the rising teams and promising challengers coming to prove themselves on the Grand Stage of ESWC. To spice up things, veterans teams and seasoned fraggers will join the fray!
Counter Strike: GO Women
The most prestigious women tournament gathers 10 of the best teams in the world for a showdown of skills and tactics
Can someone beat August “Agge” Rosenmeier? The double world champion just signed with PSG Esports and look to keep his crown this year again.
Born at ESWC, the Just Dance competitive scene is back and holds in French Finals at PGW, highlighting one of the most skilled scene in the world!
Powering all the official Vainglory tournaments since the game’s launch is something we’re very proud of. We first worked with Super Evil Megacorp before they partnered with Twitch to handle their Esports efforts, still using our platform.
For this new Use Case, we asked Ryan Chaply, Twitch Esports Manager for the official Vainglory League, the Evil Eight and the Challenger Series how he and his team handles all the Vainglory competitions with Toornament.
Ryan: “We utilize quite a few features of Toornament across the board, both for the community challengers (VIS/VGL) as well as our main weekend league.”
How do you manage multiple competitions and keep everyone up to date?
Ryan: “When it comes to the community challengers, this season we are running 64 team double elimination brackets and were able to quickly update the brackets once all of the registrations were complete with some of the import functions. Additionally the organizations are able to set and define match times so players can see when in each region they are playing.”
“For Evil Eight, we include the brackets for events every week in links on our stream so viewers can check out the points teams are earning as we progress through the season.”
Our API is also used by Ryan and his team to add real-time information to their website.
Ryan: “When it comes to redesigning the vaingloryesports.com website, we’re utilizing the toornament APIs to make upcoming matches visible on the homepage so viewers can see a schedule of what is coming up next.”
What’s on Ryan’s wishlist? Cloning.
“It would be really nice to be able to clone a tournament settings – since we run weekly we often have a lot of tournaments we are creating.”
We’ll make Ryan happy, as this feature is definitely on our bucket list!
Our latest Use Case flies to Montréal for the Salon Jeunesse.
To accomodate with the flood of kids and teenagers passing by, the organizers required a fast turnover and thus, ran
Clash Royale tournaments all week end long.
“It’s been a great experience!” says Nicolas, who used Toornament to generate the brackets and schedules. “The Toornament TV was especially useful, as we used it with a projector to attract people to the competitions” adds Nicolas. The kids went first, quickly followed by adults for loads of fun and tower crushing.