[Participants] Meet your dedicated dashboard

We’re excited to release the first version of the “Participant Dashboard”, Toornament’s latest section. Your Toornament account already grants you the possibility to create and manage tournaments, as well as accessing our API. You can now also list your tournaments participations.

you’re taking part in a tournament as participant, you will be able to get to your matches right from the Participant

is the first step of this new section. In the next few weeks, each match will
have a dedicated page where you will be able to find your opponent and all match information. We are also working on the much awaited functionality, the participant
score reporting. This feature will allow each match opponent to report directly
the score, make it easier for organizers to run tournaments.

Try the Participant Dashboard now!

Now handling up to 256 participants!

Bigger is Better

We’re happy to announce that our maximum participants size has been buffed from 128 to 256! We released this feature for some of our partners like Gamers Assembly and Dreamhack a few weeks back and now, we’re rolling it out for everyone!


This upgrade is the visible part of a deeper change in our architecture approach. Good news is the only change that you’ll experience when generating a toornament is that the process will occur in the background for a few seconds, depending on your tournament size.

You may thus see new messages like these ones:


Note that triple-phase structures (i.e. groups + groups + bracket) are still maxed at 128 participants while League format goes up to 32 participants.

What’s next ?

As we said before, this new upper limit is the first step to a larger infrastructure overhaul which aims to raise the bar even higher.

And when we say “higher”, we mean it: in the next months, Toornament will be able to
handle up to 4096 participants! Do you hear us, EVO?

Yet, “With great powers comes great responsibility”: This huge amount of participants also raises UI challenges. We’ve already shown you how large is a 128 participants bracket. A 4000+ one – or even 1000+ – would lead to an uber-heavy, hard to navigate webpage.

Until then, we’ll work on smooth an natural visualizations designed with these gigantic structures in mind. We’ll keep you in touch, as always. In the meantime, enjoy your 256 participants tournaments!

Our mobile app gets new features and redesign

We’ve just released a new iteration of our mobile app “Toornament eSports” (free on iOS and Android), featuring major new features and small fixes.



This new section displays the following content:

  • All the Featured Tournaments we cover
  • Featured tournaments from the eSport disciplines you follow
  • Individual toornaments you’re following.

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:

  • An individual tournament
  • An eSport discipline, including all its Featured Tournaments


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:

The Toornament Page evolves again

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.


Information Tab



More sharing options

Also notice the Sharing options available at the bottom of each tab feature popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter or VKontakte and our well-known widget, Toornament TV and Mobile App.




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.

A homepage for your tournaments

It’s Spring-cleaning madness!

Following the footsteps of our new homepage, we’ve also revamped our Tournaments homepages, so that you can easily share your tournament even tho you don’t have any website!


The banner part lets you upload your own logo and displays the basic information, such as the name and advancement.

Below, the tournament navigation menu is composed of five tabs:

  • Information
  • Registration
  • Participants
  • Results
  • Live Streams

For now, Each tab content is handled by the Tournament Widget you know well. In the following weeks, we’ll release a new navigation system with its proper content. Stay tuned!