If you have any enquiries, questions or comments regarding anything from running tournaments, becoming an admin or how to run your tournaments please contact us here.
BinaryBeast is always looking for new partners and sponsors. We welcome proposals from corporate companies, community websites, teams and event organizers. If you want information on what we do and how we can help please contact us.
Linksey is the founder of BinaryBeast and does all the hard work behind the scenes. He is responsible for all the coding and software development. BinaryBeast really is quite a fitting name for him.
Xephyr is the latest addition to the team and is the man responsible for the BinaryBeast design, taking into consideration the layout, general aesthetics and most importantly the user experience. If it looks nice, he probably made it.
Nemesis is the guy who steals all the credit from linksey and makes motivational speaches and bad MSPaint schematics. He is also responsible for publicity, marketing and the general direction of BinaryBeast.
Shizaru like Nemesis was here from the start and he helps with marketing, publicity and generally feeding ideas to Linksey. Again like Nemesis he enjoys stealing credit.
BinaryBeast is quickly becoming the must-have tool for running tournaments, leagues and other competitive eSports events.
Our primary goal is to help event organizers, teams, players, and fans alike to run, compete in, and follow eSports tournaments and events in the easiest and best way possible.
We offer free tournament hosting and bracket generation.
Put simply, we want to create a community where players can find events to participate in; where events find a larger audience and where fans can follow all the big events with ease.
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