Repeat has a new schedule of free online video game tournaments for Fortnite, League of Legends, Dota 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone Imagine playing Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone, League of Legends or...
Call of Duty: Warzone tournaments have returned to Repeat.gg along with a new daily schedule with free tournaments to join. We're baaaaaaack! https://giphy.com/gifs/hoppip-hoppip-smoking-arnold-schwarzenegger-yj5UdA4elp8Wc After a brief period...
Esports platform Repeat has launched a brand new marketplace which uniquely rewards users for playing games online. Repeat.gg has totally revamped its marketplace where users can redeem their hard-earned coins for prizes, making it...
Turtle Beach is synonymous with gaming as one of the premiere gaming accessory brands, and they have launched a new tournament series with Repeat.gg If you have spent anytime as a gamer, or spectator...
Repeat launched online tournaments for one of the biggest games with one of the biggest esports sponsors...and broke itself. Normally when something breaks it’s a bad thing. However, when a website is unexpectedly “broken,”...
A new tournament style called Daily Freebies, which are random tournaments which appear at different times every day, are coming soon on Repeat.gg Have you been participating in the Friday Frenzy tournaments on Repeat.gg?...
Repeat have launched several new pages which make it easier on the lives of current users, as well as features which help any new users on the platform. At Repeat.gg, we're always looking to...
HDMI Gaming has picked Repeat.gg to host both Fortnite and League of Legends tournaments which will be reoccurring through the end of 2021. If you're a gamer, chances are you know what HDMI technology...
Now on Repeat.gg, prove you're the best Support or Carry in League of Legends by competing in the all new Championship Series. Tired of the traditional tournaments in League of Legends that don't reward...
Aaron Fletcher, CEO and co-founder of Repeat When we started Repeat, we felt that competitive gaming wasn't living up to its potential. Tournaments were only accessible to the top 1% of 1% of gamers,...