Leader in esports Media Marks First Anniversary with Mobile App Redesign
TORONTO, March 8, 2016 – theScore esports by theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) (“theScore”) today marked its first anniversary with a complete redesign of its leading mobile app, creating an even better looking and user-friendly way to follow all the latest live scores, stats and breaking news from across competitive gaming.
One-year after theScore esports’ full launch, its iOS and Android apps have been totally refreshed from top to bottom, delivering sharper visuals and a look that better complements the high-quality coverage of the biggest tournaments, teams and players. A redesign of theScoreesports.com will follow in the coming weeks.
“In just one year theScore esports has become a favourite of fans of competitive gaming across the world and we think this new look not only means we have the best esports app, but the best looking one too,” said Michael Gerbone, Vice President of Product for theScore esports.
Since March 2015, theScore esports has established itself as a leader in gaming media, building out one of the largest independent teams of writers, editors and video producers dedicated to round-the-clock global news coverage of games including League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Call of Duty and StarCraft II.
Its mobile app has also become a must-have for fans that want to stay on top of all the action, delivering live scoring updates, stats, player profiles, push notifications and news and video updates from the biggest tournaments.
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 app is available on iOS and Android.
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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