July 28, 2021 – En Garde announced that it will launch its new eSports app at the end of Aug. 2021. Individuals can subscribe now to be notified of the exact release date and other developing news. Gamers will receive a free $5 match when they sign up that can be redeemed on the first match they play on the app.
Available for Android and iOS operating systems, all anyone needs to play is Twitch and PayPal. Individuals can easily sign up for a game and secure their queue in line for a game in just minutes, without the need to play multiple rounds or participate in a tournament. Individuals play at their own pace and have the potential to earn around $4 to $220 per game.
En Garde is fully integrated with PayPal. Users simply sign in to their account to play and all card information is securely stored by PayPal. Matches are streamed on Twitch, enabling the company’s general managers to analyze game play and distribute winnings to users. Individuals can also stream games for their fans. All that’s required to play is a minimum of $5 and gamers can opt for a higher game pool – and winnings – if they choose.
Single players can enter and En Garde will automatically connect them to other players with similar interests, allowing individuals to quickly begin playing. For those that want to engage in team play, even a team of two is sufficient. Gamers can invite another to play and queue for the same game as a two member team.
En Garde has assembled a roster of eSport games to please multiple gaming preferences. They include Overwatch, League of Legends, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Street Fighter V: Championship Edition, and Hearthstone. Available in late fall of 2021 is Fortnite, Call of Duty: Cold War, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.
The upcoming launch of En Garde’s new eSports app provides gamers with an opportunity to play their favorite games, earn cash, and help individuals with vision issues. Also, for every 100 matches that an individual plays, someone around the globe will receive an eye exam and a pair of glasses.
For more information, visit: https://www.engarde.io/