Game Stars Pushes New Options for Professional Gamers

Game Stars Pushes New Options for Professional Gamers

Gaming has quickly dwarfed many other entertainment industries in terms of profits, and the world of esports are no different. There is such potential to make money playing games, but with so many platforms and people looking to jump into the industry it has become harder than ever to earn a living doing what you love, gaming.

Jumping into the world of professional esports is not easy. There are plenty of hurdles to overcome, and many can be daunting, especially to new players. Events such as a tournament not paying prize money to the players, the lack of rights, and even the entry costs can be stifling, ultimately stopping new players from jumping into the market.

This is where Game Stars comes into play, and hopes to change the system professional esports players use to get funding and get started with their new career. Using a digital contract and the starting 100 tokens, players can start trading and selling their personal tokens. As you rise through the ranks and your performance impresses members of the platform, the value of your personal tokens will rise alongside it.

Game Stars are also looking to empower players by ensuring contracts of tournaments are enforced, along with upholding the rights of the participating players. This ultimately means money is paid up on time, and there are no rule changes that cost players over the long term.

For every world-renowned player that are doing exceedingly well in their craft, there are hundreds that never break that threshold. While individual skill is one major asset in esports, it also breaks down to your ability to sell and market your personal brand.

While Game Stars will not make you better at StarCraft or improve your Kill to Death ratio in Call of Duty, what it will do is give new players the tools they need to succeed. Game Stars are currently holding a sale for Tokens and the team have launched a separate site where aspiring players can sign up and find sponsors.

To find our more information about the Game Stars platform, check out their website, or you can find out more and communicate with the team via their social media platforms on Facebook, Telegram and Telegram Chat.

This article was sponsored by Game Stars


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