5 Platforms to Take eSports Online

5 Platforms to Take eSports Online

Ever since esports became popular, many people have commented that it seems ironic that an activity that is dependent on computer technology is played out in brick-and-mortar arenas.

Now, esports tournaments around the world are being cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions. As a result, many esports players are turning to online tournaments, making the tournaments and the jackpot casino prizes more accessible to more players and more fans.
You can find dozens of esports tournaments online every day.

Some of the tournaments are for high-level players and offer prizes that stretch into the tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars. Other tournaments are open to casual and novice gamers.

Some of the top platforms for esports tournaments online include


Gamersalon.com  was a pioneer in the esports industry. The site facilitates skill-based, head-to-head video game matches online with cash prizes for the winners. Gamersaloon.com debuted in 2006. Today the site boasts over 800,000 members and a prize pool of $28 million.

Gamersaloon works as a third-party which facilitates online esports tournaments and other online gaming competitions. Once the online game has been played and the results verified by both players, the winner’s account is credited with the prize money.

The tournaments are easy to organize and include multi-person bracket tournaments as well as other formats. You can send challenges to other online users using the local chat box.

The platform connects with Twitch so viewers can watch your competition when it goes live. There is generally a line of registered players waiting to compete so new tournaments are always starting. All devices are supported including mobile, Xbox, PC and PS4.  

Tournament rules are customizable. Some of the most popular games played at Gemersaloon.com are Madden NFL20, Black Ops 4 Blackout, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, Tekken7, Fifa 19, Call of Duty, WWE 2k19 and League of Legends.

The prizes vary from one competition to the next. Entry fees start at $5.50 and prizes go as high as $5000. 


Battlefy opened in 2013. Battlefy has offices all over the world, and, to date, has helped to organize more than 100,000 online esports tournaments. Over 200 tournaments are offered on their site with numerous competitions taking place each day. Players can also organize their own tournaments which take place in the region in which you live. There are cross-platforms events on the thePC, Xbox and PS4 as well as on Switch, and Mobile.

Bettlefy has both free and paid-entry tournaments including elimination, round-robin and Swiss formats. Battlefy offers one-on-one matches, as well as large tournaments. You can also host a private tournament or enter a private tournament if you are invited. Popular tournament games at Battlefy.com include League of Legends, PUBG, , OverWatch, Shadowverse, Clash Royale, Call of Duty: Black OPS, Fortnite and HearthStone. and many more.

Both one-on-one matches and the larger tournaments offer a selection of different prizes including ash prizes, Sweepstakes Giveaways, Merchandise, loyalty points and VIP experiences. The cash prizes can vary anywhere from $10 up to $10,000!


The Toornament.com esports platform delivers something for everyone — organizers, participating gamers and fans. You can join a scheduled tournament on this platform or host your own. The site works with over 200 popular titles and is compatible with all gaming consoles. 

There are dozens of competitions spread across all time zones and global regions every day. Events are packed with registered teams and participants and all Toornament events follow the codes of other major esports tournaments. Popular games on Toornament.com include

PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, PES 2020, Overwatch, Apex Legends, Clash Royale, Fifa 20, Counter-Strike: Go and League of Legends. Multiple tournaments are available for each of the games. There are free-entry competitions but the entry fee to join a real money competition is $5. Maximum prizes go up to $1000 and sometimes more.


WorldGaming is one of the largest global esports platforms. It launched in 2006 and to date 6.7 million matches have been played and 20,000 tournaments have been hosted. More than 3 million players compete on its platform, both for free play and for real money P2P tournament competition. WorldGaming.com is unique in that its prizes include cash, tokens, merchandise and scene points. As of 2020 over $60 million has been awarded.

Distinct features of the WorldGaming.com platform include free weekly tournaments, “Scene Friday” tournaments in which players win scene points when they participate on a Friday and reward tokens issued for players who complete a quest or an activity goal. Popular games on WorldGaming.com include Fortnight, Rocket League, Apex Legends, Hearthstone, Super Smash Bros, NHL 20, Forza Motorsport 7, PES20, CS:GO, Dota 2 and FIFA20.

If it’s prizes that you’re looking for, WorldGaming.com is the platform on which you want to play. The prize pool above $500 for smaller tournaments and $50,000 plus for larger ones.


UMGgaming launched in 2012 and is well known for their broadcasts of the live competitions on Twitch and YouTube. UMGgaming.com supports multiple platforms including PlayStation 4, Mobile and PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360. There are both free games and cash tournaments at the site with head-to-head gaming, ladder match tournaments and the ability to add “teams” to play together. 

Popular UMCgaming.com games include  Counter-Strike: GO, NHL 20, Fortnite, GOF5, Madden 20, Fifa 19, PUBG, COD: MWR, Splitgate, Rocket League and Apex legends.

You can make up to $100 on a single match or up to $250 if you’re taking part in the tournaments. Fees for most of the tournaments are set at $5.00.

Sean Lockwood

Sean is a programmer with a passion for extreme sports. Favourite extreme sports discipline is biathlon. Started this blog because of the great love for nature and adrenaline which results in something extreme like Extreme Sports Lab (ESL).

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