Oct 9th 2020
A brand new platform “eSportStars” was launched by TimeTicket GmbH (headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, CEO: Masato Kakamu), a wholly-owned Swiss subsidiary of TimeTicket Inc. (headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo) on October 9, 2020.
eSportStars is a platform that connects professional esports players and fans where everyone can compete and have fun playing games.
1. Business model of eSportStars and how users can enjoy esports.
There are lots of ways to enjoy esports on eSportStars. First of all, users can participate in tournaments hosted by eSportStars. Secondly, fans can get to compete with professional players who are participating in tournaments. There are also chances to win prizes in tournaments. In addition, users can watch ‘Let’s Play’ videos of tournaments by popular streamers and professional players.
Some other exciting features are planned. Once they are implemented, users will be able to host tournaments themselves and additional languages will be added to the platform. We are currently supporting Japanese, English and Chinese.
2. “eSports Mining”, the more games you play, the more you will be rewarded!
Another innovative feature, eSports Mining, is coming. Once implemented, users will be rewarded with a cryptocurrency, “TimeCoin” according to their use of eSportStars.
Users will be rewarded with TimeCoin for participating in tournaments, hosting tournaments and attracting customers, providing ‘Let’s Play’ videos of tournaments, trading goods and services etc. Furthermore, users can receive special in-service privileges according to the quantity of TimeCoin they hold.
At the time of release, we have PUBG MOBILE, Fortnite, Knives Out, and Call of Duty: Mobile available. More games will be added to the list from time to time.
4. Professional development for professional players and streamers.
eSportStars is dedicated to the support of professional development for streamers and professional esports players. We are planning to implement agency contracts, providing support for video streaming and access to tournaments.
5. Professional teams have promotional agreements with us for planning tournaments and game competitions.
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