game.tv, esports platform which launched just six months ago, has hit 11 million tournament registrations. It hosts one tournament every minute, becoming the go-to place for amateur gamers to play and sharpen their skills through community-driven participation, backed by gaming vloggers, influencers, and huge prize pools.
game.tv hosts tournaments across hundreds of communities worldwide. It has garnered 300+ top game titles such as Garena Free Fire, Brawl Stars, Clash Royale, and Call of Duty: Mobile. They also host unique “women-only” weekly tournaments, like Free Fire Diva Scrim Wars, to support emerging female players in the gaming and esports space.
“The number of new gamers has vastly increased, and so has the time that they spend gaming each day. Many amateur gamers with no guidance on sharpening their skills in Esports. Through our platform, we support them by creating a path to become a pro at mobile Esports, while also fostering the community,” said game.tv CEO Rosen Sharma,.
Gamers compete in community-based tournaments for top game titles. They can also use the platform to become part of game.tv’s rapidly expanding network of 100,000 guilds, connect and interact with teammates via text and voice chats, enjoy video content from professional gamers and top influencers, and win amazing rewards from huge prize pools.
“Mobile Esports is fast evolving, where the focus has shifted from a few big tournaments to organising thousands of tournaments a day for all types of gamers. We use Tourney to host more than 1,600 tournaments a day,” added Sharma.
game.tv is powered by artificial intelligence (AI). The AI-based esports assistant called “Tourney” runs automated tournaments from start to finish helping communities, streamers and content creators. Large game developers are integrating with Tourney to help create vibrant communities around their game.