Juked releases beta eSports data platform
The platform will help make it easier for fans to stay on top of the action
There’s a new platform has just made an arrival with the expectations of changing the current videogames landscape considerably. Two days ago, Juked.gg released to the public the open beta version of its Juke platform and is definitely amazing news for the eSports enthusiasts, since it allows them to follow more than one competition. More than 20 eSports titles will be uploaded on the platform so those fans that like more than one event can support their champs but without overloading the screen visually.
Juke pretends to be an index source that contains all the relevant information fans look for when following their favorite team. It doesn’t matter if the events are live, VOD, or they are about to happen in the near future. Broadcasts of rackets, standings, schedules, results, player profiles, and teams will be available in just one single app. On top of what was mentioned before, the platform also features a huge eSports calendar so users can move around setting up filters to look for their preferred events and even program reminders to not miss anything.
According to Juked CEO & co-founder Ben Goldhaber and COO & co-founder Chris Chan. G, right after the platform was launched back in February, they communicated their goal to make Juked the only destination app. They have the intention to lower down the barrier that usually leads to a low reach to the public, and are bound to transform Juked into something that benefits everyone – developers, publishers and, the players.
This platform designed for fans is now putting all the numbers together so they can have all the content in the same place and it’s definitely a functionality that was needed for a while now, since it has information fans don’t have access to in any other place.