IRVINE, Calif. – June 23, 2016
Razer, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, today announced that Razer Arena will have its servers fitted with EasyAntiCheat (EAC) in its effort to battle against hackers. This partnership will bring top-of-the-line game security systems built especially for competitive gaming and eSports, helping promote trust amongst players by keeping matches clean and fair.
“Running CS:GO tournaments online can be challenging with players being able to run third-party scripts that cheat the system, for this reason, we are excited to partner with EAC eSports and integrate their program into our servers as a solution to weed-out hackers, providing a fair tournament experience for everyone.” – Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer.
To celebrate the integration, Razer will host CS:GO tournaments for North America and Europe fans where EAC will be used and showcased.
URL for each of the tournament pages:
Prize pool for each tournament:
- 1st place – $250 + 5 x Mamba TE
- 2nd place – $150 + 5 x DeathAdder Chroma
- 3rd place – $100 + 5 x Goliathus Medium
EasyAntiCheat keeps games fun by providing world-class game security services to counter hacking and cheating in online games.
EasyAntiCheat eSports (EAC eSports) is a division within EAC, which is dedicated to competitive events, with a history of over 10 years protecting tournaments worldwide.
LEARN MORE: http://www.easyanticheat.net
About Razer Arena
Razer Arena makes organizing and competing in tournaments easier than ever. Complete with features that allow for easy tournament creation, automatic reporting of match results, scheduled match notifications and an all-encompassing chat functionality powered by Razer Comms, Razer Arena is truly the most advanced automated tournament platform in the market.
The current games that Razer Arena supports are:
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- Team Fortress 2
- League of Legends
- World of Tanks