FaceIt platform app coming to Xbox soon

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FaceIt, a competitive gaming platform which has over 4 million players on PC alone, will be available as an app on Xbox soon. The platform regularly hosts automated tournaments and ladders for players to compete in. The app will integrate with existing FaceIt accounts and provide a way for players to connect to tournaments on Xbox One, as well as stay up to date with tournament details on other platforms.

The Xbox FaceIt app will launch with support for Killer Instinct and Smite. It will act as an extension of the FaceIt ecosystem, which can already be accessed on PC and mobile. According to FaceIt CEO Niccolo Maisto, one of the app’s key features is its ability to handle the logistics of tournament organisation automatically.

“We make it easy for game developers to integrate it with the platform to make sure they can offer better competitive experience on their game,” Maisto told GameSpot in an interview. “When I say make it easy for example, as a platform, we take care of everything. From creating a competition to getting players into the competition, confirming who’s playing, getting them into the right match at the right time, getting them back into a tournament, and playing the next match. All of this is automated; we take care of all of this as a platform. All statistics are gathered automatically. Matches are configured on the game developer’s multiplayer infrastructure automatically.”

The app will highlight tournaments according to a user’s location, friends list, which players they follow, and more. According to Maisto, the events shown to a user are chosen based on whether they are “most likely to be engaged.” Users can use the app to view a tournament’s information such as who is organising the event, prizes, participants, and the player bracket.
Results are automatically saved, and once a player has completed their tournament match, they will be returned to the FaceIt app, where they are able to see when their next match takes place.

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