Esports is indeed one of the fastest rising industries in the world today. It is reported that there are more...
Esports is indeed one of the fastest rising industries in the world today. It is reported that there are more than 2.5 billion players on all networks globally, with many at the peak of their game receiving millions of dollars from their chosen sport. Regardless of being an amateur or a semi-pro player, if you’re eager to move your game career to the next level, then joining an esports tournament is the best way to achieve that goal. If you’re looking for the best esports tournament platforms where you can participate in, then you’re in the right place. Check out the list we provided below:
WorldGaming is one of the biggest esports groups in the world with more than 6.7 million matches played and 20,000 tournaments organized since it was founded in 2006. It has more than 3 million players on its website, making it simple to find your match.
WG is providing free to play and P2P tournaments. One of the distinguishing aspects of this platform is the opportunity to earn a range of rewards, including Cash, Scene Points, Tokens and Merchandise. With over $60 million in bonuses recorded to date, you can’t go wrong on this platform.
Battlefy is another well-established esports tournament platform that has been driving online gaming experience since 2013. Since then, the company has established global offices around the world and helped manage more than 100,000 online esports competitions. Battlefly provides more than 200+ tournaments on their platform, and fund several different sports. You’re not going to have to wait too long on this platform, especially if you’re buzzing and eager to play.
Toornament is an esports platform for event organizers, players, and their respective followers. The platform operates for all popular titles, regardless of the nature of their classifications. Not only can you play in online sporting tournaments on this website, but you can even build your own.
What distinguishes Toornament away from the other tournament platforms is the sheer number of contests spread across all time zones and global regions. You’re never going to be concerned about events being postponed due to lack of players, as this platform is loaded with registered teams and contestants.
These are only some of the best esports tournament platforms that you can participate in. Other than the websites described above, you can also check these platforms if you’re looking for more options:
Humans have actually done a pretty amazing job when it comes to making some incredible advances in technology. You can actually see for yourself the astounding advances that humans have had in technology. I am actually talking about the advances in machine learning, the machines in hospitals that save lives, the rockets that take us to space and other planets, the powerful phones in our pockets, the many machines that make our lives so much easier. Technology and the tools that it has been known to create are all rapidly evolving and also shifting the way that the world operates and especially in the realm of business. Technology can actually change very swiftly, and there have been so many leaps when it comes to efficiency, and so many of us can access these advances.
Here are some of the latest advances that are making headlines. Some of them are actually ones that should have been swapped with flying cars and properly successful nuclear fusion, but hey, we can’t always get what we want.
Jogjanews.com-In the series of German Festival organized by the German embassy in Indonesia in collaboration with UNESCO facilitated by PT Taman Wisata Candi held an exhibition of the “World of Culture” German Exhibition at the Hall of Borobudur Temple entrance, Magelang, Central Java (12/10 ).
World Cultural Exhibition which is part of the preservation of federal Foreign culture by presenting amazing prototypes of 13 projects, such as the restoration of the Borobudur temple, preservation of ancient manuscripts in Timbuktu, Mali, or the restoration of the ancient Erbil bazzar in Iraq, Morocco, Iran, Palestine, Brazil , Jerusalem, Mongolia, India, Laos and Myanmar, take place from 12 October to 1 November 2015.
These projects provide a picture of the cultural heritage that is spread throughout the world we share and should try to protect and preserve together. This exhibition shows projects preservation of historic cultural assets in countries around the world while highlighting the preservation of German cultural heritage abroad.
According to Mr. Jorg Kinnen as cultural consultant, as well as head of culture and the preaching of the German state, “The purpose of this exhibition is that to increase the importance of young people’s awareness to be able to appreciate the cultural heritage in their respective countries, because there are many cultural characteristics in every country in the world. “.
For in Indonesia alone, for the time being only in Borobudur temple by cleaning Temple moss, besides that the German government also provides support programs for Borobudur Temple through UNESCO by providing training to become experts and also doing Digital Data damage reliefs in Borobudur temple “he continued .
The German Festival is not only held in Indonesia but also held throughout the World such as China, Brazil, India and Indonesia which are the 4th country in a series of activities.
Robot Team UNY once again dominates the winners at the prestigious annual event organized by the Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI) namely the Indonesian Robot Contest 2015 Regional 3 DIY-Central Java which was held at Gelora University Semarang (14-16 / 5).
In the event which was participated by 61 teams from 21 universities, UNY through UKM Engineering Technology sent 5 teams to 5 competition divisions namely the ABU Indonesian Robot Contest (KRAI) division, the Indonesian Robot Art Contest (KRSI), the Fire Extinguisher Robot Contest (KRPAI), Legged Fire Fighting Robot Contest (KRPAI), and Indonesian Football Robot Contest (KRSBI).
The team consists of 37 people with Herlambang supervisors Sigit Pramono, M.Cs, Sigit Yatmono, MT, and Ilmawan Mustaqim, MT
From the five teams sent, UNY won 5 championships, namely 1st place KRAI division with Maestro-Evo robot, 1st place KRSI division with Rosmary robot featuring Jogangan cakil dance, Jogja version, 1st place and the best algorithm winner KRPAI Wheeled with Mobo-Evo robot , and the KRSBI hopes champion with the Al-Aadiyaat robot.
The challenge that the team had to face during the race was the high temperature at the race location. This causes the robot components, especially servo, to heat easily and requires the team to recalibrate so that the robot can compete well. “Environmental temperature is a major challenge for us. Hot ambient temperature is very influential on the robot, especially on the constituent components of the robot. In addition to the temperature, the thing that is a challenge in itself is the difficulty of communication between teams when competing because of very noisy sponsors. “Said Arief, head of the robot team.
With this winner won, UNY successfully passed to compete in the national robot contest which will be held on June 11-14, 2015 at Muhammadiyah University, Yogyakarta. “We ask for your prayers and support, hopefully in the race at UMY tomorrow, we can win the Champion,” Arief said.
Arif hopes that in the future UNY will be more successful in the Indonesian Robot Contest because UNY’s ability is not inferior to other university robot teams, especially if it is balanced with further research and development, especially with the easier access to information through various sources.
To enliven the exhibition of photographic art collections of the Amateur Photo Art Association (HISFA) Yogyakarta “Work Withour Border” which will be held from Saturday (4/5) to Saturday (18/5) at Jogja Gallery, a Rally Photo Photography Workshop will also be held. in the same place.
The Photographic Art Workshop will be held on Sunday (5/5) and the Photo Rally on (12/5) at Jogja Gallery, Jalan Pekapalan No 7, Alun-alun Utara, Yogyakarta. By using the name of the Nikon HISFA Rally Photo, the Rally Photo will be held with the support and collaboration with NIKON Indonesia.
The target of 200 participants with a start and finish plan of “JOGJA GALLERY” Jalan Pekapalan No. 7, Alun-alun Utara, Yogyakarta starting at 7:30 am and planned to end at 12:00 noon.
“The purpose of this event is to further grow and increase the excitement, attention, and appreciation of the world of photography among the people of Yogyakarta and surrounding areas,” wrote a release from Jogja Gallery, Friday (3/5).
The Nikon HISFA Rally Photo Contest gives attention as well as appreciates aspects of art and culture and special features of the city of Yogyakarta, as well as having sports elements.
Because the participants were asked to walk to follow the instructions in the manual to do the shooting questions that must be followed and done as well as possible through the route that was determined in the guidebook.
To participate in the Rally Photo HISFA Nikon, the participants are asked to contribute Rp 75.000, – (or Rp 100,000, – at the “H” / on location ) and will obtain 1 piece T-Shirt Nikon Team, 1 hat, drinking water in a bottle, a guidebook and a ballpen.
This Nikon HISFA Rally Photo has a total prize of Rp. 25 million with details:
1 Champion I 1 Nikon D 3200 Kit DSLR Camera
1 Champion II 1 Nikon J-1 Camera
1 Champion III 1 Nikon D 3000 DSLR Camera Kit
5 Champion of Hope Each 1 Nikon Coolpix L-26 Camera
Where to register the Nikon HISFA Rally Photo at:
1 CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTER (CPC)
Jalan Harjowinatan 8 Pakualaman Tel / Fax 0274 513611 Yogyakarta;
2 PHOTO CENTRAL Jalan Urip Sumoharjo 50, Tel 0274 515396 Yogyakarta;
3 DIGITAL PHOTOKU
Jl Affandi (Gejayan) CT X / 1-B Tel 0274 543503/551780 Yogyakarta;
4 SUPER PHOTO Jalan Kyai Mojo 86, Tel 0274 589813/553648 Yogyakarta.