The Player eSports Tournament 2 is happening on July 7 2018 and we are really excited to announce that this year we are expanding the day to provide some insight for young gamers into the behind the scenes world of video game design and development.
On the day we will be joined by Disparity Games who are an amazing developer based in Noosa and are the masterminds behind some fantastic titles including the amazing platformer “Ninja Pizza Girl”.
In recent years the team have been working on other exciting projects one of which will be released on the Nintendo Switch very soon. Keep and eye out for a podcast coming soon where we will be talking about all the upcoming projects.
If you have had an interest in the behind the scenes world of gaming and are keen to explore a future in game design it would be worth coming along on the day to ask questions and talk to this experienced and lovely local family.
You can register your interest for the July 7 tournament here
Disparity Games Awards & Recognition
“Tokyo Game Show 2015 Sony Indie Area Alumni” – “Ninja Pizza Girl”, Tokyo, Japan, 2015
“Finalist – Serious Games Showcase and Challenge, Australasia” – “Ninja Pizza Girl”, Adelaide, Australia, 19th August, 2015
“Winner – MCV Pacific Women In Games, Creative Inspiration” – Nicole Stark, Sydney, Australia, 26 May, 2015
The Player eSports tournament is more than getting together with friends to compete against each other and win amazing prizes… it could be the start to a new passion and even career in motorsport. The GT Academy has introduced many gamers to the real life racing experience, perhaps your are the next hero to go all the way to the top of motor sports and win 3 Formula 1 world championships just like Lewis Hamilton.
Watch Lewis Hamilton (F1) talk about his experiences with Playstation and Gran Turismo which sparked his interest in motorsports.
The 20 players who will race off for the honour of being the first ever Formula 1 eSports Series champion have been decided.
Following a month-long qualifying process, 40 of the world’s best F1 2017 players assembled at the Gfinity Arena in London to race for a place in the grand final, which takes place in Abu Dhabi as part of the build-up to the Formula 1 season finale.
A series of qualifying races determined the seedings for the eight heats, with the 40 racers broken down into four groups of 10.
If you want to become ‘The Player 2017’ in our FIFA18 competition you will need to get up to speed on this editions new features and tweaks and how you can master the game. The article below show you how to be the best soccer gamer to take out the title. Continue to the link to learn about;
FIFA 18 tips:
Vary your passing
Practice your skill moves
Pace feels nicely balanced
Tackling is out, ‘containing’ is in
Interceptions happen less often
Finesse Shots are back
FIFA 18 new gameplay and controls features:
Modified Crossing controls
Jogging/Slow Dribbling tweaks
Set Piece tweaks
FIFA 18 new visual and technical features:
Improved stadiums and croweds
New Motion Technology
FIFA 18 new modes and changes:
New Career mode transfer cutscenes
FUT Icons replaces FUT Legends
New FUT Modes
The Project CARS esports season built to a thrilling climax at Gamescom, as we crowned the 2017 World Final winners. The battle took place on the massive ESL Arena stage in front of a packed crowd and thousands watching online on Facebook and Twitch.
The past couple of weeks has seen 2 big names in motorsport, F1 and Supercars, announce new eSports tournaments launching in September 2017.
F1 2017 will see players compete for the fastest Monza lap then enter qualifiers where the 40 best drivers will go head-to-head in the semi-final, which will take place in London’s Gfinity esports arena and will be broadcast live. Then 20 places are up for grabs in the official Formula 1® Esports Series Grand Final.
more info: https://f1esports.com/
Supercars has partnered with Forza for a Bathurst showdown.
Players will compete online through Forza Motorsport 6’s RIVALS mode, where the fastest eight drivers set by lap time will win an expenses-paid trip to compete in the Challenge Finals, held at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.
Here at the Challenge Finals, they will compete in the brand-new Forza Motorsport 7 over four action-packed days to see who will be the first ever Harvey Norman Supercars Forza Challenge Champion. The challenge finals will not only see the drivers race head-to-head, but also in a special All-Stars race paired up with a current Virgin Australia Supercars Championship driver.