ESL eSports app for Windows 10 lets you compete and watch
“Join a great community of over 5 million players from all over the word now, and choose from a range of supported eSports titles. Play for prizes and prize money, or simply for fun. Collect experience, improve your abilities and rise to the top of the rankings. The best of the best are waiting for you to join them!”
The app is made for everyone who’s into eSports. It allows players to sign up for various contests and competitions in over 60 popular games. ESL’s app also serves as an organizer, giving players information about upcoming matches, tournaments, and other related opportunities. The app also allows players to create their own teams and invite friends to join them. Of course, every public match or tournament is also available for people to watch within the app.
eSports has exploded over the past few years, as players worldwide compete in various games and genres for enormous prize pools. Although ESL eSports app doesn’t allow you to compete in big arenas, it still organizes challenging competitions for every player’s taste at the most prestigious competitions.
If you want to download the ESL eSports app and compete with other players in your favorite game or just watch some exciting tournaments, you can do so for free from the Windows Store.
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