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Sony’s “PlayStation Plus League” eSports Platform Revealed



Sony will host their PlayStation Press Conference at Paris Games Week in a couple hours, but IGN found a new website revealing for a competitive gaming platform called “PlayStation Plus League.”


The website for the new eSports platform reveals dedicated online leagues for titles such Street Fighter V, Rocket League, FIFA 16, Battlefield Hardline, and Project CARS.



It’s also worth noting that the Project CARS website reveals a monthly stipend will be paid out to top 32 players, meaning that real money will be up for grabs for the new platform for some its best players.


Here are some more details from the recently launched website:


  • Throughout the year, many Championships on the main PS4 games. 


  • Several seasons to renew the pleasure of playing and regularly try to defend your title…


  • Divisions to find opponents to your own level.


  • Finales online and offline to become the true champion of the PlayStation®Plus LEAGUE !


eSport’s official digital magazine

The official PlayStation®Plus LEAGUE magazine is now online! Stay up to date with the latest eSport news from across the world, challenge your friends on the hottest new games, discover tips and tricks to help you slide into the League Top 10, and find out how to enter tournaments and competitions online in order to earn the maximum number of points possible.


We’ll likely learn more about it during Sony’s media briefing later this morning.

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