Battle in eSports Tournaments with GameBattles for Android

What's better than playing Madden NFL 16, NBA 2K16, or Halo? How about playing against others online in a tournament? That's exactly what GameBattles here is. As the developer says it's the "largest cross-platform online eSports gaming tournament system" and it has over 10 million registered players as well as over 100 titles from consoles and PC's. Including all of the popular ones like FIFA, NHL, Madden NFL, NBA 2K, Gears of War and much more. So not only can you play against other players, but also play in a tournament and see how good you really are.

With the GameBattles app, you're able to see all of your stats and achievements, as well as checking out your team's progress and stats. On top of all of that, you can also see scheduled matches, as well as report match scores and view the results of recent matches. GameBattles is fairly new to Android, having come to the platform in the last month or so, and the team is already working diligently on making future updates for GameBattles. Some of those future updates include the ability to find and schedule matches, earn rewards and manage teams. Could you imagine playing video games for money? You'd be just like PewDiePie.

While PlayStation and Xbox both have their own online gaming aspects, like with Rocket League, you can play against others online, but this is a bit different. As you can now play with your friends, whether they have a PlayStation 4, Xbox One or even a PC. Additionally, there are more achievements included here and most importantly, you can earn rewards. It's a really fun way to play eSports games these days, which have become very popular lately. Arguably because of League of Legends becoming such a big hit around the world.

Right now, you can pick up GameBattles from the Google Play Store. It is a free app without any in-app purchases - always nice to hear - and get started in playing against other people in all types of games. It's pretty small in size, coming in at 6.7MB and runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and higher.

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