Beam.gg, an esports event platform, unveils the first ever event discovery feature built just for gamers

“The event discovery feature offers the best alternative to gamers who are increasingly interested in esports events. With this new feature, gamers can set their preferences and receive a customized collection of events that matter most to them.” said Arwina Mogul, CEO of Beam.gg.
The new event discovery feature includes an automated event concierge to make it easy for gamers to find and plan for events.
There are over 2 billion gamers worldwide, but not all of them are aware of the amazing gaming and esports events around them. This is where Beam.gg comes in. The platform is able to connect gamers across the world in an instant and enables them enjoy the wonderful world of gaming together as a community.
“We provide an enjoyable experience for gamers who don’t want to spend countless hours looking for esports events that fit their needs.” Mogul adds. Beam.gg’s newest feature includes live chat and profiles while gamifying the user experience. Using the chat offers access to other gamers who are also interested in the same event.
“We wanted to build a product that gamers will use daily, Beam.gg offers a sense of security for gamers competing for cash and helps legitimize real events. It also helps build trust for brands who want to support genuine organizers by using a reputation score for organizers who work hard to put on great events.”
Beam.gg plans to deploy the event discovery feature into the event platform on May 7, 2019. Early users will enjoy an exclusive offer for creating their profile. More information is available at https://beam.gg.
About Beam.gg
Beam.gg is built by Esports Tickets, an esports tech startup backed by Ryerson Futures Inc.’s Zone Startups program based at the DMZ and EDGE at Sheridan College; it was also selected by the Alibaba Entrepreneurship Fund as a top global startup in 2019. For more information about the company, please visit .

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