Last month, the ggCircuit team recently unveiled new updates and improvements to ggLeap 3.0 which added the new Arcade feature that enables esports venues to create gaming events that will allow gamers to appear at the leaderboard and win Coins. More than just bragging rights, the Coins can be exchanged for prizes.
The successful release of ggLeap 3.0 introduced the coupon system that enabled players to get a reservation in an otherwise busy esports venue. This feature along with other quality-of-life improvements gave esports venue owners around the world superb control over their business. However, ggLeap 3.0 is a gift that keeps on giving and we have released yet another major feature that will bring competitiveness among gamers in the ggCircuit network.
The ggCircuit team has released new features to the ggLeap platform that further improves upon some settings and the user experience across the web admin, client, and players web portal. Our next-generation cloud software offers an unparalleled management solution for esports centers and cyber cafes.
The ggCircuit development team has just released new updates to our booking system and several others, including bug fixes to known issues in the web admin and client. We are excited about these new features and expect they will help esports venues get more revenue from gamers looking to book gaming sessions ahead of time.
ggCircuit has recently released several new features and improvements for the ggLeap esports center management software. We have kept developing the ggLeap platform and added features, some of which were requested by esports gaming center owners, to ensure the efficiency of the software and to keep up with the updates from Windows, games, and apps.
In the summer of 2016, ggCircuit received a phone call. The introductory line utilized was, "I hear you're building management software." This call was from Jesse Wang, then the leader of the UC Irvine Esports club. While ggLeap was in its extreme alpha phases but was rapidly being adopted through a grassroots movement, this was met with "Yes, how can we help?". At that time UC Irvine was working on becoming the first public university to have a dedicated esports arena. They had tried out the competition and didn't feel those programs met the heightened security of the UC Irvine campus network.
The end of the year is fast approaching and it seems like yesterday when we started releasing incremental improvements and updates to the ggLeap esports center management software. LAN centers can expect more updates and improvements to ggLeap but we would like to review our progress with ggLeap 2.0.
Our team at ggCircuit has always believed in making things simple and efficient. The very reason why our software exists is to provide easy to use management software esports centers and to provide incentives for players to come back. Creating online events, point tracking, coin reward are all factors of allowing owners to interact with players by providing unique, automated incentives. This includes in our built-in leaderboards.
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