EtherSportz Project Update 1.3 — Major Exchange Listing & Platform Evangelist

🚀February Project Updates: Recently we were listed on CoinMarketCap and had an interview with CrytoCoin.News. You can read more about last week’s project update 1.2.

Major Exchange Listing🏆

We are excited to announce that we’ve come to an agreement with a major exchange and ESZCoin will be officially listed with them on March 20th! We’ve had to sign a non-disclosure until then, however, we are very confident that our community will be happy once they discover who we’ve struck a partnership with. Learn more about ESZCoin.

Platform Evangelist🎉

Taylor Jorgensen has joined the EtherSportz team as our community outreach and platform evangelist. Taylor has deep roots in customer-facing roles developing rich customer relationships and producing insightful and actionable analytics to maximize stakeholder value. With nearly a decade of experience, he’s consulted for international clients such as Tata Consultancy Services, KPMG, and Expeditors International.

EtherSportz Closed Beta Signup

Reserve your spot early in the EtherSportz esports platform closed beta. If you are a Twitch Streamer, eSports player or a serious gamer then join our closed beta program. If you are a Twitch streamer or semi-pro eSports player we are also looking for partners and affiliates — please send us a message. *Must be 18 years of age or older.

EtherSportz Closed-Beta Signup

Upcoming Events — February / March 2018🚀

-Exchange Details Announced 
-Premium Bounty Campaign Announcement 
-Platform Progress / Developer Updates
-UI & Platform Previews

Learn more about EtherSportz & ESZCoin

EtherSportz is being developed as an online based eSports tournament platform for popular games. Competitors can participate in prize pool tournaments by registering for EtherSportz hosted events and paying a Cash, Bitcoin or Ether entry fee.The top tournament winners will receive the majority of the prize pool generated by the entry fees!

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