We are focused on meeting the need for tournaments designed for players of every skill-level. Esports is becoming mainstream, and esports enthusiasts want to do more than just watch, they want to compete.
Houston, TX (PRWEB)
March 30, 2017
Attaq Online, Inc. today announced the completion of a $1.6 million Bridge Round financing. Participants included primarily members of the Houston Angel Network and existing stakeholders. “This early stage round of financing will help sustain the Company while it completes the beta iteration of its esports tournament gaming platform, funds its near-term marketing efforts, and initiates the development of new platform features,” commented President Alan Hubbard.
In recent months, Attaq Online has completed the beta stage roll-out of a number of tournament formats to meet the needs of esports enthusiasts of all skill-levels and to accommodate the user base expansion following its recently announced relationship with the 7th largest Twitch streamer, Trick2G with his over 1 million followers and 200,000 League of Legends tournament series participants, which is scheduled to be added to the Attaq Online platform.
Until now, esports tournaments offering cash prizes for competing in games, such as the internationally popular title League of Legends, were only available to the upper echelon of elite gamers. It was difficult for average players to compete against their peers in League of Legends tournaments with any possibility of winning cash or other prizes.
“We are focused on meeting the need for tournaments designed for players of every skill-level. Esports is becoming mainstream, and esports enthusiasts want to do more than just watch, they want to compete. Previous models have proven that there is a demand for this, we just set out to…