This site is a place for everybody to keep track of everything that is going on in the world of eSports. The site is designed to keep track of the RSS feeds of all relevant eSports websites. All articles the site doesn′t know yet are added to the eSportsPress database and displayed on the frontpage. That way you, as an eSports fan, do not have to keep revisiting all the websites yourself. But there is more!
Eventhough we follow multiple interesting websites it is always possible that you found an article that we should include in our database. Well, we thought of that and added an option for users to submit articles. Just fill in the form and it's done! Other users will then give their feedback regarding the article submitted.
On eSportsPress everybody can give kudos (positive or negative) to articles. A kudo is a compliment/sign of approval. That′s how it is meant to be used on this website too. A user checks an article and decides whether or not this article deservers a kudo. Logged in users get a full vote, others just a half one. By giving kudos you tell other users what you think of an article. Is it worth a read? Give it a +1. Should someone else avoid this article give it a -1.
We even keep track of the most important articles of the day. This is represented in the Top Stories Today. The top 5 articles with the most kudos added less than 24 hours ago are added to the list. This makes it even easier to see which articles you should read. Especially useful when you don′t have that much time and just want to keep track of the most important happenings in the world of eSports.