World eSports League (WSL) Unveils Plan to Become an International Sensation

WSL is a national eSports competition that pits professional and novice players against the best in the world.

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The World eSports League (WSL), a brand-new global eSports event organized by Technoblood eSports (TB eSports), announced its first event schedule on May 10.

According to the WSL organizing committee (WSLOC), approximately 40 countries have indicated an interest in participating. The deadline for applications is May 14, 2021.

WSLOC has also revealed the game names for the first event. The WSLOC has previously revealed game titles such as KRAFTON, Inc.’s PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and Nimble Neuron’s Eternal Return: Black Survival. Fighting games and Supercell’s Brawl Stars are both possible candidates for inclusion as new titles in this tournament. These were chosen based on the variety and prevalence of game genres. Additional game names will be chosen in the future.

WSL is a national based eSports competition

WSL is a national eSports competition that pits professional and novice players against the best in the world. It is an annual global eSports tournament in which the best players from around the world compete under the auspices of the International Esports Federation (IESF), which officially crossed 100 members worldwide.

Takefumi Morishima, President and CEO of TB eSports, stated that the World eSports League is a major global event that seeks to increase direct interaction with new viewers in the area of eSports. In a one-of-a-kind and long-lasting event, they will bring excitement and new sights to eSports fans all over the world.

He went on to say that the COVID-19 virus, in particular, has their undivided attention this year. They will do everything possible to avoid the dissemination of COVID-19 to keep the case secure.

TB eSports, a division of Technoblood, made up of eSports professionals from the TB head office in Japan and Korean e-sports experts. It has made impressive strides in the eSports industry since 2002. From 2002 to 2013, The Technoblood was the operational affiliate of World Cyber Games (WCG) in Japan; and from 2012 to 2016, it was the co-host of the Tokyo Game Show’s eSports festival, Cyber Games Asia (CGA).

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