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game.tv Jumps to #1 Mobile eSports Platform Worldwide

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game.tv Jumps to #1 Mobile eSports Platform Worldwide

game.tv grabs the first spot on mobile esports platform after successfully hosting 11 million tournaments. Within just six months, it has become one of the favourite platforms for novice players. Players participate in community-driven games to sharpen their abilities. It hosts one event every minute. The number of participating players is increasing rapidly with each passing day.

Covid-19 situations are also one of the main reasons for increasing youths’ interest in online gaming. “game.tv” has a viewership of 500 million people which will hit 700 million by 2023 according to Newzoo’s estimation.

game.tv hosts 300+ main online games like Garena Free Fire, Brawl Stars, Call of Duty: Mobile, and Clash Royale. It also hosts “women-only” tournaments. So, it is a good platform for female players as well. It boosts the enthusiasm of female players with weekly events like Free Fire Diva Scrim.

“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,” words by Rosen Sharma, CEO of game.tv.

game.tv: World’s #1 Mobile eSports Platform

game.tv is the top 1 mobile esports platform in the world. Its headquarter is in Silicon Valley and regulates from 7 different countries. Players can easily download the app for Apple and Android devices. At present, a game. tv is active for 300 games, but soon more games will be added weekly.

“Mobile Esports is fast evolving, where the focus has shifted from a few big tournaments to organizing thousands of tournaments a day for all types of gamers. We use Tourney to host more than 1,600 tournaments a day,” said Sharma.

Gamers fight in community-based events to become top game holders. game.tv also provides an opportunity to its users to connect and interact with other players by voice and text messages, win incredible rewards with massive prize pools, and sharpen up their skills via watching videos from skilled players and top-notch influencers.

“I love gaming, and by partnering with game.tv, we’re giving young gamers a chance to start their journey with a mentor every step of the way. The live stream tournaments see a lot of high engagements from amateur gaming audiences. We hope to welcome many new and ambitious players into our community,” said Ritik Jain, YouTuber plus Founder of Two-Side Gamers.

Artificial Intelligence has powered the game.tv. “Tourney” is an AI-based eSports assistant that runs automated tournaments. Famous game developers worldwide are joining their hands with Tourney to boost the players’ online game experience. It will be interesting to view what new additions game.tv will make to sustain its top 1 position in the esports platform.

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Maninder Beniwal
Maninder, a guest writer on MoroEsports, is contributing to Mobile Esports and sharpening her skills in writing.
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