THOMASVILLE, Ga., May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — GGTOOR, Inc., (OTCMKTS: GTOR) (“GGTOOR, Inc.”, “GTOR” or the “Company”), an emerging leader in the esports markets, last week announced our six events this week attracted a combined total of over 1,100 player registrations, including this month’s Pokemon VGC tournament attracting over 400 registrations from around the world. The company has begun working with new tournament organizers to offer an Invitational Qualifier series for the PTCGO community, as well as an additional TO to offer another Super Smash Brothers Ultimate event to raise awareness of our events in that community. As the company continues to review tournament organizer candidates to help bring new games to our event portfolio, it is also beginning to expand its search for influencers to help promote GGToor events and provide feedback from experts for live streams.
This month’s Legends of Runeterra Cup saw a who’s who of veteran players jump into the fray! After some ruthless Swiss rounds, things got even more intense in the Top Cut, starting with a series of VERY close matches between Seasonals Spike SaltySimon and Pandex Paragon; Rogio. The first match felt like a lock after Simon showed perfect patience using his Ekko Zilean tools to try and save Rogio’s burn from burning him to the ground, only for Rogio to overcome the final Decimate and inflict exactly the damage needed to take the game! Game two was a gritty value showdown between Ekko Zilean and Talking Game of the Month, Aphelios Fizz, where a leveled Zilean slowly gave Simon the match. The final match was a disastrous matchup for Simon, as he was on Taliyah Ziggs, a deck with few tools to deal effectively with Aphelios Fizz’s angle of attack. The two fought back, trading damage with each other before the game was taken by Rogio thanks to a Papercraft Dragon on a Fizz, making him an almost untouchable endgame threat! The final game of the semis found Kasai on a recently nerfed deck in Yordles in Arms versus GrandpaRoji on the powerhouse that is Mono-Shurima. The game culminated with a valuable Kasai junk doing more trash than treasure, only making three mediocre units costing less than 10 mana total. Roji’s Tier 3 Xerath made quick work of the Renowned Trash, only for Kasai to take the last points of Roji’s life with a pair of nature’s apex predators; Dare Poros!
In the final, The Keg vs. All Knights, with Kasai vs. TomasZamo. Game one was close with Tomas getting to Sion on Kasai’s scouts, only for Kasai to crush game two with the Zoe Viktor Aphelios deck from Scouts vs. Tomas. The third game found a key New World deck in Zoe Aphelios Viktor facing a roster thought to be dead from a nerf-Lulu Fizz Yordles in Arms. This tiebreaker in the match was a thumbs up game, with Kasai building a wide board and Tomas having a massive Viktor with chump blockers to match. The final round found Tomas’ Viktor to be too big to handle normally, along with Spell Shield, Overwhelm AND Fearsome. This forced a defensive Kasai Yordles in Arms in an effort to stabilize and block enough damage to live, only for Tomas to land the final round – a Crescent Strike, removing enough blockers to crash and JUST enough damage to shutting it down from ten lives to zero in one fell swoop, giving the All Knights team glory at the hands of a prolific grinder in TomasZamo!
This season’s solo meta had been dominated by heavy Ravager push decks of the Zen-Chi and Voidborne varieties, as well as Milloween + Kurrrrnath, so it was interesting to see what the meta for this tournament would be. Kurrrrnath Crystalback, a card that was heavily buffed this season and then quickly nerfed via a hotfix, has been consistently picked as a card to ban by players, both directly and indirectly by banning Milloween, and has seen no action in streaming matches. The lower rounds saw some unusually quick matches, with Nataraja showing the power of Zen-Chi Ravager by dispatching TerrorDown in the Swiss Round 2, then picking up another decisive victory against Dark Crow in the Swiss Round 4. Not to be outdone, Memfisto brought an interesting Wreckinator + Scrat Diona deck, and managed to pull off a 58-second win over Tjaenig in the 5th Swiss round!
The first semi-final saw Dark Crow take on DragoN, with DragoN winning the opening match, despite some very unusual mistakes. The second match saw Dark Crow make a few mistakes, but this time the mistakes were punished, allowing dragoN to pick up another victory and ultimately sweep the match. The second semi-final saw Memfisto take on Nataraja, and as expected, Nataraja opened with the Zen-Chi Ravager who had looked unbeatable so far, but Memfisto was ready; his Zen-Chi based Diona deck used the power of Zen-Chi faction stuns to negate Nataraja’s strong pushes and ultimately secured victory. Game 3 saw Memfisto’s Ratbo vs Nataraja’s Apep/Avea, and straight away it was clearly a bad game for Memfisto thanks to minimal targets to get value from Dakka. Avea’s power spike activated allowed Nataraja to make it 2 – 1, but in game 4 Memfisto’s R3-KT was too strong and Memfisto joined dragoN in the Grand Finals. The Grand Finals saw DragoN take a 2-0 lead with Apep versus Valorian and Mordar versus Diona. Memfisto then won the third game where he was lucky enough to have good removal spells against dragoN’s Valorian/Harbinger deck. What was ultimately to be the final match of the day saw Memfisto’s King Puff defeated by dragoN’s Diona, where King Puff’s Perk 3 began to change the flow of the game in Memfisto’s favor, but he was too far behind XP at this point. stadium, and dragoN was able to reach Mana Frenzy and close out the match before a comeback could be mounted, dragoN is now a 5 time champion and has won the last 4 events in a row – can someone tell it stop in the next?
There are now dozens of eSports events sponsored by GGToor, with great prize pools. While many of these events can be found at https://ggtoor.com/tournaments with an average of eighteen events per month, we are one of the platforms that organize so many events each month. The company organizes events in adjournment categories such as First Person Shooter, Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA). Real-time strategy (RTS), combat, sports, card games, battle royale, and a few other traditional esports genres, but have been very successful and popular with gamers.
We can compare the gaming industry to any entertainment industry, like music. However, there is a difference in that by using modern technology in the music industry you get a professional product with the help of just one person, while the gaming industry requires more equipment and labor. This dynamism makes publishers, who finance developers, much more important than in the music industry.
A growing expansion of online games and the participation of a large number of players from different countries has influenced multiculturalism and people’s potential desire to learn a new language in order to better understand their teammates. Additionally, games encourage some logical thinking, which builds and improves logical skills, quick thinking, analysis, and decision-making under pressure that can certainly be used in everyday life. Cartography, that is to say the adaptation of an individual, is often mentioned in a space that can certainly be developed in video games by memorizing paths or maps with the aim of greater success in the same. In addition to the psychic, players gain motor and spatial skills, and the precision that is certainly needed in video games.
Want to participate? Find the plan that’s right for you! You can choose between the Bronze Plan, the Gold Plan and the Diamond Plan: https://GGToor.com/join.php . If you want to bring your team or your friends to GGToor.com, or be a tournament organizer, we can support you and help you grow; you can reach a global audience of like-minded individuals who love to compete and have fun! You can be sure that GGToor.com is here to grow with you. Just follow the link to register as an organizer https://GGToor.com/organizerlogin.php If you have any questions about our events, visit our social networks; Discord https://discord.gg/GUhyZxFH8QTwitter https://twitter.com/GGToor/ contraction https://www.twitch.tv/GGToorand Facebook https://www.facebook.com/eShadowGaming
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GGTOOR, Inc., is a development-stage company engaged in the field of electronic sports. The company, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Shadow Gaming, Inc., has aggressively entered the esports market. Shadow Gaming’s GGToor.com portal is continually customized and updated, with the goal of becoming one of the most comprehensive gaming portals in the world. The company is now accepting subscriptions from players, gamers and tournament organizers. To register, log in to https://GGToor.com/home.php . Additionally, the company plans to operate a few subsidiaries ranging from high-tech data management businesses to product and support businesses. Finally, the company is actively seeking locations to build indoor eSports arenas that will host major international gaming tournaments.
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