What is eSports.com?
We are the fastest growing eSports community portal worldwide.
You can find our terms & conditions here: http://www.esports.com/terms-and-conditions.html.
Yes! Stay tuned for updates and we'll let you know as soon as this feature is available.
Currently, we are focused on League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Dota 2, Hearthstone, StarCraft II, Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm. However, we intend to add more games in the future.
eSports encompass all forms of competitive gaming. As with any other professional sport, eSports players and teams compete in professional tournaments and leagues which are broadcast live, watched by millions of fans around the world and provide hefty prize pools for winners.
The biggest eSports events in 2017 were the Intel Extreme Masters gaming tour with events in Starcraft II, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Quake Live, League of Legends and Hearthstone. Held by Dota 2’s developer Valve, Ð¢he International is the game’s premier annual tournament. The World Championship is the culmination of each League of Legends season, gathering 24 teams from 13 regions.
Yes! You'll soon be able to see all current, past and upcoming events on our eSports calendar.
You do not need an account to view and explore the website. However, creating one would allow enjoying all eSports.com features.
No, creating an account is free. We do plan, however, to introduce premium subscriptions with different membership levels which will include access to additional, exclusive content and perks.
Use the Sign Up button on any page. You will need a valid email address to set up your account.
Yes, but we encourage you not to. There will be perks related to account activity, so it will make more sense for you to focus on a single account.
Use the Log In button on any page.
At this time it is not possible to change the username you registered with.
To recover your password go to the Log in window, click Forgotten your password? enter the email address you use with eSports.com and if it matches our records we will send you an email with a link to set a new password.
Cookies are small text files in which websites store information on your computer as you browse the web. We use them to identify your browser, log you in faster, store your preferences and improve your experience.
ERT stands for Esports Reward Token and is the main currency on our community platform.
ERT has a ton of different uses but a few of its main uses are:
The total supply of Tokens is 60,000,000 ERT from which 24,000,000 (40%) were available for purchase during our ICO.
These tokens stay with the company cold storage.
We keep 12,000,000 ERT in the company cold storage. We will not create anymore ever.
No tokens will be burned.
ERT is an ERC20 Token released on the ETH main net.
ERT holders do not receive dividends.
We are currently working on partnerships with the goal of integrating ERT as a payment method on partner websites and in games.
We’re already integrated with a few exchanges via API and we will target new ones, while always using the real value of the ERT at the time.
To display the tokens in your wallet, please add a custom ERC20 token with the following information:
Token address - 0xe29c5b523590165795bbd7d52369c2895b18841f
Symbol - ERT
Token decimals - 18
We are incorporated in Malta. This is for two reasons: Malta is very friendly towards cryptocurrency. Also, Malta is trying to become one of the eSports hubs in Europe.
We will try to cover as many events as possible. More information will be released soon.
If you have any questions, you can reach out to our support team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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