- Fandom Sports Media (CSE:FDM) has announced that the English version of its all-ages Esports app is undergoing beta testing
- The app will increase user engagement across platforms, game titles, and Esports events
- Fandom Sports intends to add game titles including League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft II, and others
- The company’s development pipeline is also working on beta language versions in Chinese and Arabic
- Fandom Sports Media (FDM) is down 7.69 per cent and is currently trading at C$0.42 per share
Fandom Sports Media (CSE:FDM) has announced that the English version of its all-ages Esports app is undergoing beta testing.
The company’s app uses gamification for making predictions and transforms Esports engagement as a result. The app also increases user engagement across platforms, game titles, and Esports events.
The beta testing process for the app is being conducted by strategic advisors. In the meantime, Fandom Sports is working on content and features to make its app relevant and fun for a global user base.
In addition, the company will add a variety of popular game titles, including League of Legends, Dota 2, and Valorant. Other titles may also include StarCraft II, NBA 2K20, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege.
In preparation for a truly global customer base, Fandom Sports is developing beta versions for at least two other languages. The company’s development pipeline currently includes beta language versions for Chinese and Arabic.
The company’s CEO, David Vinokurov, said that crystallised actions are starting to ramp up at Fandom Sports.
“We have a full pipeline of noteworthy developments and are currently in discussions with numerous potential partners and Esports service organisations.
“We are working diligently at compounding our valuation by working in parallel on both our all-ages and pure play wagering verticals.
“The Esports betting sector continues to heat up and corporate valuations are escalating as a result. The timing could not be better for the Fandom Esports brand,” he said.
Fandom Sports Media (FDM) is down 7.69 per cent and is trading at C$0.42 per share at 3:14pm EDT.