KillerStartups – eSports News and Coverage

Gotfrag.comAre you a devoted fan of online gaming? Interested in competitive gaming? Want to keep track on the latest news and developments of Counter Strike, World of Warcraft, and Day of Defeat? If so, this is the right place for you. GotFrag is the place to get the latest and greatest eSports news.

eSports? Yes, eSports is competitive computer gaming. It grew out of a community of gamers who wanted regular competition and the chance to challenge themselves and each other to a great game. GotFrag provides not just the latest in game coverage, but also the best in community news and forums. Among its offerings you’ll find Prime (a premium content subscription service), GameSense (a statistical database for eSports), and the GotFrag Scoreboard (a convenient calendar of all upcoming matches). In addition, the GotGear store offers gamers the best pro-gaming gear, such as mice, mouse pads, headphones, keyboards, etc. They’ve also launched DPAD, which focuses on covering competitive console gaming, as games like Halo have pushed competitive console gaming to a new level. DPAD also offers reviews and previews of upcoming console titles to prepare readers for what could be the next great competitive game. GotFrag Hardware also provides hardware reviews with the gamer in mind, focusing on the most important aspects of a peripheral to a hardcore gamer. Interested in becoming part of this thriving community? Getting your Prime account is quick and easy, and it costs as little as $3 a month. Prime members have access to a world of new content with no ads on any page. In Their Own Words

“GotFrag was founded in the spring 2002 with the intention of providing leading coverage of competitive gaming. Since our launch, we have expanded our coverage time and again to include the most exciting and innovative content online. Our focus has been on professional and semi-pro eSports news in the great tradition of sports reporting everywhere. With signature features like Midway’s Melee, Behind the Gamer and our Event and League Previews, our readers know that the one place to get the latest and greatest eSports news is at”

Why It Might Be A Killer

GotFrag has entered the huge online gaming market. Almost 217 million people worldwide visited online gaming websites in May 2007, according to comScore. Online gaming has definitely become a global phenomenon. Despite competitive gaming is still in its infancy, GotFrag has become a driving force behind its growth. It has developed a large community of devoted fans and has reached over 700,000 registered users.

Some Questions About

Is this form of competitive gaming going to make a huge impact? Will it attract the masses? Will GotFrag emerge as real authority in eSports coverage?

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