ESL's eSports app has landed on Windows 10 Mobile, allowing you to sign up and play in tournaments, create and manage your teams, and watch videos of the biggest eSports events directly from your phone.
Here's the breakdown of what's on offer:
- Find, sign up and play in tournaments for more than 60 games
- Check your upcoming matches and cups
- Receive notifications for tournaments you're signed up for
- Manage and create your teams and invite your friends
- Watch VoDs of the biggest esports events
In addition to hosting international tournaments with prize money often ranging in the millions of dollars, ESL also hosts events at the grassroots level. If you're interested in eSports, download the app from the link below.
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