Tournament Builder from Gfinity launches exclusively on Xbox One
Easily create and manage your own league, ladder and cup competitions for any Xbox One game with Gfinity’s Tournament Builder.
Gfinity’s Tournament Builder is out now as a free download, exclusively for Xbox One – putting the power of eSports straight into your hands. Gfinity have crafted a brand new app that give more power to you, the player. As part of a £1m investment in the world’s most advanced competitive gaming platform, the Tournament Builder app allows Xbox One players of any skill level to run or compete in player made eSports competitions.
For the first time, Xbox One gamers worldwide who want to play competitively can choose what, how and with whom they play. Gfinity Tournament Builder can be downloaded for free from the Xbox Marketplace, starting today.
Neville Upton CEO says “We are incredibly excited to launch our Tournament Builder app on Xbox One because like Microsoft, we are passionate about creating technology that is accessible to everyone – of all ages and abilities. Find out who is the best Rocket League player in the office in a head-to-head knockout cup; set up a Halo ladder for you and your mates to play in for bragging rights; or run your own FIFA league for your school…. It’s free and easy to use and perfectly compliments Xbox One’s Multiplayer features and we believe will make playing Xbox One games with friends even more fun!”
You can watch a tutorial on how to use the app here
To celebrate the launch and get things started, Gfinity are also launching a Rocket League Tournament for Europe and North America – exclusively on Xbox One – with over $2,000 up for grabs in total prize money. Players simply need to download the Gfinity Tournament Builder app from the Xbox Marketplace to find out how to take part.
Tournament Builder gives players access to the following features;
– Choose the game you want to build a competition for
– Select a tournament format (Cup, League, Ladder) and name
– Pick a tournament template using Gfinity rules or customizing your own
– Decided whether to make your tournament public or invite only
– Choose to make it an individual or team tournament and set the number of players
– Create a dedicated tournament page with brackets and tournament details
– Invite players and teams to take part in the tournament and accept or reject invites to a tournament
– Post tournament results immediately online and resolve results conflicts
– See all your tournaments in My Tournaments
– View all your fixtures in My Fixture
– Search for public tournaments or sign up to Gfinity Official tournaments