Microsoft brings competitive gaming to Xbox One, adds ESL Gaming to the console

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Microsoft brings competitive gaming to xbox one, adds esl gaming to the console

The Xbox One is finally getting the pro gaming experience that users have been itching for. Microsoft has inked a deal with ESL Gaming, world’s largest independent eSports brand, to enrich its console’s competitive gaming portfolio.

Many of you might be familiar with ESL. The brand has been running online competitions globally for quite a few years now. Established in 1997, the ESL is also the oldest league in the world. It has garnered over 4,000,000 registered members, and has over 950,000 teams that have played over 20 million games.

There is something for game nerds as well. If all you want to do is watch games, you can do so using the ESL app on Xbox One. Users can find tournaments and open matches. If you are new to the service, sign up for a tournament from within the app and begin your gaming career.

The app is available in United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Netherlands, among other locations.

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