The Media Group named Mandalay has laid its Tournament.com realm up for the rummage sale after making a verdict for not to re-enter into the skill gaming field.
The website hosted pay to enter in the First Person Shooter’s Tournaments (FPST) under the permit from the Valve Software company, in using their titles Half-Life and Counter-Strike in the year 2007 but was shut down due to some monetary pressure.
The Co-founders of the Tournament.com named Alex Holt and Richard Skelhorn, stated that, “Tournament.com was really a thrilling chance and somewhat that we just required to become a sensation. We worked with the International player’s money and were dynamically running pay to enter games in every little seconds. We still deem that there is a souk for pay to enter video games tournaments, but due to the speculation required in the infrastructure and easy licensing it, is somewhat that we’ve resolute not to re approach.”