Because a great competition deserves the most awesome delivery.
Generate your white-label competition website in the blink of an eye, with your own domain name.
Leverage the numerous customization options of the Website Builder to create a website that fits your visual identity or use one of our turnkey templates.
You have the control over all base elements to create your website content: page, section, menu, container, spacing, font size…
Integrate your competition data on the website in a few clicks: tournament information, structure, rankings, matches, participants.
Customize the website’s domain name, that we host and maintain to ensure security and tranquility.
Without a turnkey website, your competition information is available on a dedicated Toornament page.
Tell the narrative around your tournament, how it will unfold, its general principles, contact information and more.
Make sure the rules and format of the competition are known and respected by making them clear and visible.
Plan the competition by scheduling the matches, and make the whole planning available for all to see.
Give visibility to your sponsors by displaying their logos on the public pages of your tournament.
Ensure all the relevant information about your participants are readily available, whether it is for their opponents to gather intelligence or spectators to follow their favorite player or team.
A participant can have a logo, roster information, in-game details and much more, depending on the custom fields you decided to use.
All the matches, past and upcoming, of a participant, are listed on a participant page, along with media related to them.
Your tournament can be played with duel or free-for-all (FFA) matches, and each stage type has its own way of displaying results.
Brackets are displayed in a clear and condensed view, with all relevant information available on a single page, be it single, double or FFA format.
Rankings are arranged depending on the type of format, with results, statistics, rounds and matches easily accessible.
Each match has its own page, with participant information, game details, scores, media content, and other discipline specific features (maps, characters etc.).
You can declare the final rank of each participant, so that everyone knows how each participant fared in the competition.
Gather your media content on your tournament pages, so that people only need to check a single place to find everything about the competition.
Link live streams from any major streaming platform to your tournament, so the live feed is readily available on matches.
List replays, highlights and bonuses on matches after they are over, for the latecomers and posterity.