TORONTO, June 22 2016 – theScore esports by theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) (“theScore”) today reinforced its position as the most comprehensive online esports media platform by launching a major update to its popular mobile application, delivering live scoring coverage for Call of Duty, Hearthstone and StarCraft II tournaments.
“This reaffirms our commitment to giving esports fans the very best way to follow live scores, news and video coverage from their favourite teams and games,” said Michael Gerbone, Vice President, Product for theScore esports.
“Now fans of Call of Duty, Hearthstone and StarCraft II can turn to theScore esports for live scoring updates on their mobile devices, as well as the biggest news stories from across competitive gaming.”
In addition to the new games, theScore esports also provides real-time news and scoring coverage from tournaments featuring League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: GO and Heroes of the Storm. The update also includes the addition of ‘Spoiler Mode’ so fans can mute notifications and hide scores if they want to watch games later on a delay.
Home to the largest independent newsroom dedicated to competitive gaming reporting – including a video production team that creates daily content featuring exclusive interviews with the biggest names, as well as highlights and analysis – theScore esports has quickly established itself as the go-to online destination for esports fans worldwide.
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About theScore esports
theScore esports is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive real-time coverage from the world of competitive video gaming. theScore esports delivers live scores and stats from the biggest tournaments while its editorial team provides exclusive breaking news, match analysis and video content. theScore esports is available on iOS and Android and at thescoreesports.com.
About theScore Inc.
theScore, Inc. is an independent creator of mobile-first sports experiences, connecting fans to what they love through an addictive combination of comprehensive and personalized real-time news, scores, stats and alerts via its mobile sports platforms theScore and theScore esports and fantasy sports contests via QuickDraft.
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