Product Updates: February 2020

Originally published at: Open Beta: Patch Notes 1.1 | Esports One

Patch Notes 1.1 is super exciting as we get to announce the Open Beta for Esports One

Esports One is now open to the world! Click Here


Until now, Esports One has been in Closed Beta. This meant only a select group of people have been able to utilize the platform (everyone else was placed on the waitlist).

What does Open Beta mean? There is no longer a waitlist! You can now invite your friends directly into the platform.


You can now set up a Private Leaderboard for you and your friends in the Open Beta! There is no cap to the number of people you can have, so invite everyone you want in!

Follow these simple steps:
1. Click on ‘Leaderboards’
2. Then ‘Create/Join’
3. Click on ‘Create’
4. Name your Leaderboard
5. Then invite your friends (see the section below)


As mentioned above, you can now directly invite your friends to join your Private Leaderboard

All you need to do is to copy the link (shown in the Gif) and share it with your friends. The best part is we are now in Open Beta so they will be able to join the platform instantly.

If you want to find some new friends to play with, you can join our Esports One Discord!


Start setting your new lineup every Tuesday in the Open Beta!

You’ll need to set a new lineup every week as the salaries will change. Make sure to save your lineup by Friday as rosters lock at 8:00am PST.

Weekly Prizes:

Remember we give away weekly prizes, so don’t worry if you are struggling.

For example, in Week 3 Deschumi won the $1000 prize for the highest score!