Esports Events Company

Esports Scotland

Esports Scotland - a startup esports/events company breaking into the popular and growing esports scene.

As an avid gamer, we were very happy to work with Esports Scotland to help them launch into the company they have become today. Working directly with the company founder, James, we created and developed many pages, features and services over the time we spent working together.

Description

Startup website required to manage potentially a large community of esports fans and participants. Customised website user levels were required, from Player profiles allowing users to link various alias’ from multiple platforms to one user account, to staff levels required to post articles, or update match resuts.

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Given the nature of the community that was being built, we included plugin development for SportsPress, allowing for player profiles and statistics to be tracked and managed by website admins. Created a SportsPress profile to cover multiple games, ranging from CS:GO, to Rocket League, allowing for schedules and tournament brackets to be hosted and managed internally.

Description

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Details

Services
Branding, Design, Marketing, Webdesign, Presentation, Social Media

Client
Esports Scotland

Role
Director

Date
March 2019

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