We are incredibly excited to announce that Challengermode is officially available in America. To ramp up platform competitions we’ve already started working with several tournament organizers like Skillshot, Risen Esports, and the Unified Esports Association (UEA) while expanding our team with new hires in North and South America.
With years of esports experience in Europe and the technical groundwork we’ve laid down for our esports infrastructure, it’s time to introduce NA-based brands, content creators, tournament organizers, and game developers to the platform. Expanding to the Americas and the US, in particular, brings us a step closer to achieving our mission of making esports truly accessible for everyone.
Having spent the past few years building out the Challengermode platform and earning the respect and trust of millions of users and thousands of Organizers in Europe, we’re now ready to open up the platform to the Americas. We’re excited about the opportunity and humbled by the challenge ahead of us. We don’t take anything for granted and are eager to prove ourselves to gamers, organizers, and game developers in North America, showing them the value and the power of the Challengermode platform.
– Philip Skogsberg, Co-founder of Challengermode
Our commitment to esports is to provide a scalable platform that helps players and organizers grow — while acting as a gateway for other stakeholders to participate in the esports economy. With this expansion, we are encouraging tournament organizers of all sizes to use our platform to help take the stress out of organizing esports competitions.
“Most competition management done today is still super antiquated, and uses the same tools as 10 years ago. As we see it, the sport of the future deserves a platform that is future-proof, innovates and allows even a teenager from their bedroom to successfully organize a tournament with thousands of participants. Challengermode is that platform. We’re excited to work with organizers, teams and influencers in the US, find win-win partnerships and bring competitions at all levels — amateur, scholastic, professional and even just-for-fun — to the American market.”
– Philip Hübner, Chief Business Development Officer.
Beyond players and organizers, we’re also inviting American game developers to Challengermode who are looking to build out the esports aspect of their game. Having already automated the esports experience in games like League of Legends, Gods of Boom, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, our goal is to work closely with game developers across America. Over the years we have learned that both new up-and-coming games and well-established titles can leverage our rapidly growing ecosystem to grow their game as an esport.
Let’s build the future of esports together!
If you’re looking to host your own esports competitions or want to integrate with the platform in any way — we’re happy to hear your ideas and get you set up using Challengermode. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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