As you may have already noticed, the new Tournament Management System has officially been released! When you click on the "Tournament" section on the portal, you are now brought to a whole new (and terribly good looking) page that offers you an easy to use overview of all the ongoing eSports competitions.
At the top of the page, you will find the Tournament Guide. It is a great source of information for you if you want to start playing competitively with a team, but are not sure how.
Everything has been thought out to provide the best possible user experience. If you want to participate in the next Demolition Derby, it is now just a click away. If you're interested in the next 486 series tournament, it is also there. You can also find useful pieces of information such as tournament dates, the format of any competitions and the time left for you to register. You essentially don't need to check out the tournament news anymore, although we strongly recommend that you continue to do so, because let's be perfectly honest here, some of them are truly awesome, and they may include useful complementary information.
Right under the tournament overview, you can read the latest eSports news. Whether they concern the weekly tournaments or are about the Wargaming.net League, they will all feature here. The Wargaming tournament section is a large structure that covers all the competitions, from the weekly skirmishes to the top level Grand Finals and other professional events.
It can be hard to follow everything about the Wargaming.net League on a day to day basis. So if you want to receive the latest news about eSports on World of Tanks, or if you have missed a game and want to watch a VOD on Youtube, you will find all the channels you need at the bottom of the page!
If you want to help us improve the interface, correct any issues you experience, or simply wish to give your feedback, you are warmly encouraged to send us your comments!
Stay tuned for an amazing year of eSports!