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I am proud to announce that the tournament hosting platform Z33K.com has released an update extending support to League of Legends. Previously, the tournament management tools only supported Starcraft 2.
According to Z33K co-founder, Lane LaRue, “We knew that organizing a tournament by-hand was a really painful process, but it has been incredible to see just how much people have been using Z33K. Everything from daily tournaments and LANs to charity event groups and competitions in languages I cannot read. We are now ready to bring the magic to League of Legends.”
LoL has its own dedicated section on the site. “The League of Legends section will receive extended support, custom features and premier events. Z33K.com works the same as it did before, but splitting the website up based on the game allows us to provide game-specific enhancements," explains co-founder Max LaRue.
Hosting a tournament on Z33K is free for registered users.
Z33K.com is an online tournament hosting platform based out of Seattle, WA. In March 2011, Z33K released customizable tools for individuals and companies to host tournaments, including player registration and management, match reporting and live bracket generation. Z33K.com has been used to host thousands of tournaments all over the world, including high-profile Starcraft 2 tournaments such as The Justin.tv Invitational, The US Midwest Championship LAN and qualifiers for the IGN IPL event.
Some of the functionality that you will see on Z33K is provided here: http://www.z33k.com/games/leagueoflegends/articles/feature_set