Ward eSports, Inconspicuous Gaming form partnership to unite Vero Beach gamers

We’re proud to announce our partnership with Inconspicuous Gaming (@InConGaming) to help local gamers connect in Vero Beach, Florida.  I reached out to the founder, Zechariah and exchanged our visions and immediately connected through our passion in connecting gamers locally. Zechariah was excited that his gamers would know when, where, time and date would their next gaming events will be. I have never met him in person (just over the phone), but his excitement, passion and dedication in gathering gamers through gaming is what makes him an awesome community leader.

Practice Locally to Win Championship – John Numbers

By on February 25, 2016 in eSports, Whats New

On February 18, 2016 I was able to sit and chat with John Goldberg, a local Smash Bros. celebrity that regularly attends the Nexus Gaming events in Union City, NJ.

John Goldberg, aka @JohnNumbers, started his career as a Smash Bros. player by attending local New York City tournaments and was able to work his way up to win the 2015 E3 Nintendo World Championship in Los Angeles, CA.

Ward eSports, The Nexus Gaming Form Partnership

By on February 24, 2016 in eSports, Partnership, Whats New

We’re proud to announce our partnership with The Nexus Gaming (@NexusGamingNJ) to help their vision to create a gaming community in their establishment at Union City, NJ.

Our partnership will allow gamers know when their upcoming events will be from various games from Street Fighter, Call of Duty, Smash Bros and so much more. They want to be able to provide gamers a gaming hub in their local area and hopes to unite all forms of gamers locally.

Expect the Gaming Community to Gather More

By on February 17, 2016 in Case Study, eSports

League of Legends has announced 2016 World Championship to be held in United States at four different places. This is exciting because for the North American fans, it means gamers get to watch their favorite teams at a time they are not sleeping. The past two years it was held in Europe and South Korea, which the timezone did not align with watching a championship series. Now, North American fans have the opportunity to watch their favorite teams and enjoy the finals at a more conventional time-slot.

Ward eSports in partnership to grow local gaming community in Jersey City

By on February 11, 2016 in eSports, Partnership, Whats New

Great News! We’ve partnered with GothicXP to use our platform! GothicXP is a local gaming club in New Jersey City University that wants to rally local gamers together.

We’ve aligned our vision in reaching gamers specifically in the local area of Jersey City, New Jersey. Our partnership will help them get local gamers know when their next events will be! They want to reach out to gamers other than NJCU students and hope to bring other local colleges together like New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rutgers University Newark, and Saint Peters University to join their events.

Community Gaming at CGNY

By on February 1, 2016 in Community Gaming, eSports

CGNY hosted their fourteenth League of Legends event on January 16, 2016 at @COWORKRS from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm with an event fee of $25 to play or $15 to spectate. In the event the gamers get to experience a one of a kind community gaming that includes fast wired internet connection, roomy space for the gamers to secure their gaming hardware for this Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) event,  pizza and light refreshments.

The participants were welcomed by CGNY’s community leaders and was escorted to their respective tables while they wait for their games to start.  The event had about eleven teams that participated in the bracket-style tournament.  In the tournament the gamers are expected to play their best as they are playing for Riot Points for placing top tier in winning the brackets.

Community Gaming at East Brunswick Public Library

By on January 27, 2016 in Community Gaming, eSports

East Brunswick Public Library (EPBL) isn’t just your typical library. Every so often, when the teens get a break or vacation from school, EBPL hosts bracket-style League of Legends tournaments. In January 8, 2016 from 5pm-9pm, EBPL’s community leaders coordinated their 7th community gaming event that consisted of more than 70 gamer’s between the ages of thirteen through nineteen. The event has a cover charge of five dollars that goes towards pizza, soft-drinks and prizes during the course of the night.