News > IGGalaxy’s esports tournament schedule: 15/03/2021-25/04/2021!
IGGalaxy is the home of social competitive gaming! Whether you play competitive Fortnite; Call of Duty: Modern Warfare; Black Ops Cold War; Warzone; FIFA 21; Rocket League; or Mortal Kombat 11, or you’re more of a competitive mobile gamer, in which case Call of Duty: Mobile, Clash Royale or PUBG Mobile would be the esports games that interest you, our competitive gaming platform provides free entry esports tournaments that are guaranteed to take your competitive gaming experience to a new galaxy!
The best thing, though? All esports gamers are rewarded for participation, win or lose!
In fact, last year we distributed over $100,000 worth of cryptocurrency to our esports gamers, and this year, with more new features and an exciting range of esports competition formats to be deployed, we intend to truly leave our mark on the gaming and esports scene!
IGGalaxy is our next-gen social competitive gaming platform that is currently in beta phase development. We have spent the past year providing a space for competitive gamers of all levels to test their skills, meet up with like-minded gamers to socialise, and for many, even start to earn some serious rewards for ultimately doing what they love: competing in their favourite esports games!
New IGGalaxy esports tournament schedule available now!
If you’ve taken part in IGGalaxy esports tournaments before, then feel free to skip to the bottom of the page to check out our next six-week IGGalaxy esports tournament schedule.
If you’re new to IGGalaxy, however, there’s a few things you should be aware of first:
Below, you will find the esports tournament schedule for the esports games we support in IGGalaxy. These links will take you to our official IGGalaxy publication, which we encourage you to follow!
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