- Major mobile app update delivers live scores and stats from first-person shooter
TORONTO, June 10 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Tracking real-time action from 'Counter-Strike: Global Offensive' tournaments on mobile devices just got a lot easier following the latest update to theScore eSports, the mobile app by theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) ("theScore") dedicated to tracking scores, stats and news from across the world of competitive gaming.
theScore eSports has now added live scores, stats and push notifications from the popular first-person shooter to its mobile offering, so fans can now follow every kill, assist and round won from the biggest professional competitions around the world in real-time right from their mobile device.
This latest update to theScore eSports is live now in the App Store and Google Play, and reinforces its growing reputation as a leading provider of mobile-first coverage from the world of competitive gaming following its launch earlier this year, when it became the first dedicated eSports app by a major sports media company.
"This latest update is huge for CS:GO fans," said Kyle Chatterson, Managing Editor for theScore eSports. "We'll be tracking all the live scoring action as it happens, with fans able to subscribe to alerts to keep on top of matches as well as breaking news from their favorite teams and players. This update is another huge step in reaffirming theScore eSports as the go-to mobile destination for eSports."
theScore eSports delivers breaking news and live scoring coverage of League of Legends, Dota 2 and CS:GO as well as real-time news coverage of Call of Duty, StarCraft II and Hearthstone. Coverage of more games and regions will be added soon.
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About theScore Inc.
theScore, Inc. is an independent creator of mobile-first sports experiences, connecting fans to what they love through an addictive combination of comprehensive and personalized real-time news, scores, stats, alerts and daily fantasy sports contests via its mobile sports platforms 'theScore,' 'theScore eSports,' 'ScoreMobileFC' and 'Swoopt.'
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