World of Duels, a new eSports platform that allows players of all skill levels to play and wager against one another in a secure and fair environment has launched today.
WODuels achieves this through advanced matchmaking and a zero-tolerance cheating policy enforced by a board of experts and experienced judges.
Players are matched based on their individual stats, ratings and feedback to ensure contests are being fought between gamers of similar abilities. In the name of fairness, players are also advised to record their game footage and upload it to the WODuels platform as proof of victory.
WODuels has assembled a team of expert judges who are on hand 24/7 to monitor duels and their outcomes, and review the recorded game footage in order to settle any betting disputes in the unlikely event they occur.
Duels take the form of head to head challenges (and soon H2H and multiplayer tournaments) and are offered for FIFA 2019, FIFA 2018, Fortnite, Hearthstone, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch and Rocket League, with more to be added in the coming months.
Players can also wager in cryptocurrency with Euro 10 cent WODCoins; these are currently purchased with bitcoins or via PayPal, with more payment options such as debit/credit card to be added shortly.
The new WODuels site offers a comprehensive content hub with informative game guides, training tips and game studio insights.
Noam Lawi, founder of WODuels, said Thursday, “We have been beta testing the platform and site for a number of months, and over that time have made several changes based on player feedback. We now believe it is ready to launch, and look forward to welcoming new players to the WODuels community.”