Esports is home to various popular games that see teams or players going head-to-head in titles like CS:GO, Dota 2, Rainbow Six Siege, and so on, but what would happen if you were in control of the teams and people playing those competitive games? Well, CraftsmanGames’ Esports Club aims to put gamers over other simulated players in the upcoming PC title set to hit Early Access on June 30th.
If you are into watching or keeping up with MLG or Esports tournaments and wish to play a game that sees you, the player, building gamers up from around the world to compete in electronic tournaments to show off their skills and finesse, then I think Esports Club is game worth checking out.
“ESports Club is a sim game based on electronic sports industry, including most popular game types such as FPS and MOBA. What are you still waiting for? Start your esports career now!”
Featuring game types like FPS and MOBAs, you can create your very own club and clans in Esports Club that excel in one of the genres named above. Additionally, club finance will play a big part in maintaining the team on hand, as well as creating and adjusting tactics to beat rival opponents in various leagues and cups.
After maintaining all of your club finances and checking on your team’s stats, battles against other opponents will manifest in Esports Club’s simulation engine that depicts your team and enemy team skills against each other. If you want to see Esports Club the game in action, the original trailer is currently up for your viewing pleasure.
Esports Club was originally a Steam Greenlight title that was voted through to be on Steam. Seeing that the community voted the game through Greenlight in groves means a lot of traction is behind it. In other words there’s no doubt that this title will be something popular among simulation fans who also enjoy Esports and MLG tournaments.
The devs or the game itself currently has no official website, but you can learn more about Esports Club the game by hitting up its Steam Early Access page.
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