- Emerge Gaming (EM1) has racked up 1.8 million pre-registrations on its Miggster Mobile platform
- Of those 1.8 million registered, one million of them signed up within the first three days of opening
- The milestone also comes as official registrations for the eSports and gaming platform opens today, October 15
- Miggster combines the company’s proprietary eSports tournament platform technology with new features and games
- It’s also the first product Emerge is launching into its wider Miggster community
- Shares in EM1 have opened the day up 10.9 per cent, trading for 5.1 cents
eSports business Emerge Gaming (EM1) has racked up 1.8 million pre-registrations on its soon-to-be-launched Miggster Mobile platform.
The company said of those 1.8 million registered, one million of them signed up within the first three days of launching.
The milestone comes as official registration for the eSports and gaming platform opens today, October 15.
It also follows days of cross-promotion on Tecnología de Impacto Múltiple SL (TIM) network of 12 million affiliate members across 150 countries.
The Miggster Platform
The new Miggster platform essentially combines the company’s proprietary eSports tournament technology with new features and games.
Players will be able to win prizes of up to US$500,000 (around A$700,180) through Miggster Mobile.
It’s also the first product Emerge Gaming is launching into its wider Miggster community, which it plans to make available worldwide.
The new Miggster platform will officially launch next month and is set to cost subscribers around US$8.50 (around A$11.90) per month.
Users can also opt for a bi-annual fee of US$51.00 (approximately A$71.45).
Emerge is set to earn up a strong 62.5 per cent of net revenue from the Miggster Mobile platform, meaning it could be in for a windfall.
Following today’s pre-registration news, shares in Emerge Gaming have opened up almost 11 per cent, worth 5.1 cents each at 11:18 am AEDT.