– Aiming to promote esports by providing the chance to earn money through competitions and a cryptocurrency reward service.
TimeTicket GmbH (headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, CEO: Masato Kakamu), a wholly-owned Swiss subsidiary of TimeTicket Inc. (headquartered in Minato-ku), is now offering pre-registration for “eSportStars (aka: eposta)” where players and fans can easily find suitable opponents to play against while promoting esports (https://esportstars.jp/).
“eSportStars” is a new service of TimeTicket GmbH.
“eSportStars” is for everyone including professional esports players, fans and players aiming to become professionals around the world. It’s an unprecedented service that offers all players the opportunity to find suitable opponents to play against as well as hosting tournaments and competing in popular esports games beyond geographical boundaries. (Supported languages: Japanese, English and Chinese)
<Twitter account of eSportStars>
Service outline of “eSportStars”
Once pre-registration is completed, tickets can be sold and purchased within eSportStars.
1. Issue competition ticket: Choose your favorite esports game and issue a ticket. Then, publish it inside and outside the service.
Ticket Information should include: game name, price to compete, time & date, online venue, sale conditions and any notes.
2. Ticket purchase: Those who wish to compete buy the published ticket.
3. Offer acceptance: The ticket seller accepts the offer and the deal is done.
・After competition, both players can post game reviews and videos.
・Competition method: one on one/team play/game tournament etc.
・Option: Charity donation for ticket proceeds
Fans can support their favorite players by competing against them and players can earn money while training to improve gaming skills.
As well as game competition tickets, there are other types of tickets that the sellers can offer. For instance, the ideas can be based on what they are good at or what they like to do, such as “teaching how to improve gaming skills”, “having a passionate chat about favorite games”, “teaching how to become a professional esports player”, etc.
Furthermore, users will be rewarded with a cryptocurrency, TimeCoin (TMCN) for their competition results. TimeCoin can be used within eSportStars and users can save up TimeCoin to buy competition tickets, which certainly helps users to access more competitions and to improve gaming skills.
Official players of “eSportStars”
・Killer Angels (https://killerangel.jp/)
JapanKillerAngel is the first female Japanese professional esports team to own a gaming house globally and it is run by Killer Angels Co., Ltd.
Currently, the team has 3 divisions: the PUBG division, the VALORANT division and the Streamer division. The players are actively engaging in esports as professional athletes while participating in tournaments and updating news.
JapanKillerAngel represents the best of the best as a domestic female team, as it consists of elite athletes chosen from a large pool of female players, aiming to reach the top in Japan and in the world as a professional team.
The popularity of women’s professional esports teams is growing worldwide.
JapanKillerAngel continues to improve to compete in the world as a representative of Japan for the Women’s World Competition as well as the eSports Olympics and the World Cup that are anticipated to be held in the future.
Helping the children who have been affected by COVID 19
TimeTicket GmbH will donate 5% of the first year’s revenue from “eSportStars” to the children who have been affected by COVID 19, such as UNICEF (The United Nations Children’s Fund, https://www.unicef.org/), UNHCR (The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, https://www.unhcr.org/), orphanages etc.
Compete on “eSportStars” and receive cryptocurrency!
“eSportStars” is an application that runs on TimeCoinProtocol, which is a blockchain and cryptocurrency project that TimeTicket GmbH is working on.
The project is planning to issue a cryptocurrency, TimeCoin (TMCN). Once TimeCoin has been listed on BitForex, a global crypto asset exchange with the world’s sixth largest trading volume, through an IEO (Initial Exchange Offering: fundraising administered by a cryptocurrency exchange), users can receive TimeCoin according to their competition results on eSportStars.
<Related information for TimeCoinProtocol>
・TimeCoinProtocol Project Website: http://timecoinprotocol.com/
・TimeCoinProtocol Telegram Channel in English: https://t.me/TimeCoinProtocol
・TimeCoinProtocol Telegram Channel in Japanese: https://t.me/TimeCoinProtocol_JP
・Globalway, Inc.: https://www.globalway.co.jp/
Headquarters: 2nd floor, FK BUILDING, 1-8-6, Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Postal code: 105-0013
CEO: Masato Kakamu
Established date: April 2019
・”TimeTicket”, a service that connects people who want to buy and sell skills.
・Development and operation of “TimeTicket Pro”, project/job site for freelancers.
・Development and operation of other web services.
Headquarters: Gartenstrasse 6 6300 Zug, Switzerland
CEO: Masato Kakamu
For media related enquiries regarding this matter: TimeTicket, Inc. Public Relations
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