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The biggest Cybersports tournament in Ukraine is with the 1,000,000 UAH prize pool

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Cybersport is a competitive character that certain computer games have acquired, which became a full-fledged independent industry.
At the moment, there are competent companies, that exclusively invest in this kind of sport. Today, cybersport develops both at the professional and amateur levels.

SoftConstruct operates in Ukraine starting from 2015, developing rapidly enough and currently, we are planning about three years of cooperation with the Ukrainian Cybersports Federation.

The first cybersports tournament of this scale in Ukraine will be sponsored by SoftConstruct. An exceptional feature of this tournament is not only its scale but 1,000,000 UAH prize pool, which will be shared in accordance with the tournament regulation, shared prior to the tournament.
Cybersports Ukrainian Tournament of Dota 2 and CS:GO, currently have over 7000 participants and the results will take not less than 6 months.

For SoftConstruct, cybersport is not just computer gaming. It’s a space for analytical mindset development. SoftConstruct aims to help industry beginners to take their next step by developing a unique platform for Ukrainian cyber-sportsmen. Within this infrastructure, each level of players will have an opportunity to join the community, find new contacts, create groups and participate in daily, weekly, monthly tournaments.

Registration is available until March 27 on https://uesf.org.ua/.
SoftConstruct wishes all participants good luck.
Play fair and enjoy!

 

Founded in 2011, SoftConstruct is an innovative technology developer and service provider for several industries. With a global workforce of over 2,000 specialists, SoftConstruct is the company behind such leading brands as BetConstruct, FeedConstruct, Ucraft, FastToken, FastShift and others. While part of the SoftConstruct family, these trailblazing brands have achieved remarkable success in their own right.

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AskGamblers to Participate in SEE Gaming Business Forum, Focused on South-East Europe

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The SEE Gaming Business Forum has invited AskGamblers to participate in an iGaming event, the first event of this kind – entirely focused on South-East Europe. The Forum will be held on 20 November 2020 online, with AskGamblers’ Vice President Nikola Teofilovic speaking in the second panel. Teofilovic will be discussing strategies and business models to thrive in the era of digital as well as the latest industry trends on the horizon.

The SEE Gaming Business Forum is the first iGaming event of this kind to focus on South-East Europe entirely. It was initially planned to showcase in Belgrade as a hybrid event but has moved fully online to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all participants and speakers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Forum will feature IV panels, bringing together casino and sportsbook operators, C-level executives, software suppliers and major providers, payment solutions companies and national regulators that impose taxes and collect money. SEE Gaming participants will discuss business strategy, regulatory obstacles, industry requirements, social responsibility and the role of technology in the industry.

The virtual, interactive platform will give everyone the opportunity to engage in discussion and networking sessions as simultaneous interpreting into English and Serbian will be provided.

Nikola Teofilovic, Vice President of AskGamblers at Catena Media and a part of its Executive Management team, is scheduled to speak in the II panel and discuss strategies and business models to thrive in the era of digital. He will also reflect on the latest iGaming trends on the horizon.

As a true visionary and the epitome of a get-goer who has cultivated AskGamblers from a startup into a leading online casino authority, Teofilovic is, for sure, the right person to talk at this conference. Over the past decade, AskGamblers has proven itself to be the most reputable online casino portal, providing the latest iGaming information and guiding players to a safe gambling experience.

Commenting on his participation in the SEE Gaming Business Forum, Nikola Teofilovic said: “I am beyond honoured to participate in SEE Gaming Business Forum and exchange opinions and experiences with such incredible professionals that are scheduled to speak alongside me. The entire team at AskGamblers puts their heart and soul into the project, and I’m happy it shows. I’m counting days till 20 November and must say have a bit of jitters. See you there!”

Nikola currently manages a 70-people team at AskGamblers located in Belgrade, Serbia.

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Introducing the Mortal Kombat 11 tournament WePlay Dragon Temple

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$60,000 conquest at the WePlay Esports Arena Kyiv

Join the battle for glory of WePlay Dragon Temple, the first fighting game tournament from WePlay Esports media holding company.

You will be able to follow the action from December 10 – 13 as the best players will test their might on the fiery stage at WePlay Esports Arena Kyiv, with $60,000 on the line – the FIRST ever event in the custom build arena.

The contest of champions will consist of two phases, the Group Stage and Playoffs. The former will have all teams split between two round-robin groups, with players required to win two out of three sets against their opponent. The latter phase will see the top four contestants from each group advance to the Playoffs, where they will battle it out in a Best-of-5 double-elimination bracket.

“We at WePlay Esports recognize that fighting games have all they need to become a form of mass entertainment, just like boxing and UFC. The potential audience of these titles is enormous and includes many generations of casual players. Everyone interested in the MK multiverse will enjoy WePlay Dragon Temple. Our teams will do their best to make this event special, so don’t miss it.” – says Anton Gribovskiy, General Manager Americas at WePlay Esports.

“With WePlay Dragon Temple, our team gets to create a new experience in a title we have never worked on before. We are probably as excited as the fans will be when they see all the great matchups we have planned for them. We intend to provide the same level of entertainment you have come to know us for.”
– says Eugene “Hitras” Shepelev, Lead Esports Manager at WePlay Esports.

As an ex-professional player back in Virtua Fighter, I have always had a real passion for fighting games. When I first learned about the event, I was thrilled to get the chance to be involved. It’s awesome how WePlay Esports plan to bring us Christmas early with the Dragon Temple tournament. Together with the team we will do everything possible to make this one of the best Mortal Kombat events you have ever seen!
– says James “BanKs” Banks, project consultant.

 

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Ukraine’s UGLC Appoints New Members

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Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has completed the selection process to appoint new members to the Ukrainian Gambling and Lottery Commission (UGLC). The Commission now has seven members following the new selection process.

One of the new members is Yevhen Hetman, who has a background in the field of international relations & cooperation, and has worked with regulatory bodies and ran public and private enterprises.

Another new member is Tetyana Kiriyenko. Her background features experience in law, economics and internal affairs. She has also received special judge training.

Also taking up membership are Khrystyna Dutka-Gefko and Yuriy Kravchenko. Dutka-Gefko has a background in law having worked in local branches of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine. Kravchenko’s background is in law and IT, as they are a member of the Supervisory Board of the International Club of IT Architects and a member of the Game Development Club.

Oleksiy Botezat and Olena Vodolazhko are the final two to be named as members of the commission. Botezat has a background in law and management having previously worked at central and local executive bodies, while Vodolazhko is a lawyer and member of the Ukrainian Bar Association and has worked with different regulatory bodies.

All selected candidates are yet to pass a special test before joining UGLC, details of which have yet to be formalised by the Cabinet of Ministers.

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