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The Best eSports Apps in 2023 and Their Features


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Esports is growing rapidly, and it is no surprise that the industry is offering more and more opportunities for people to get involved in games. Today, the field of entertainment and eSports is represented by dozens of interesting services and portals, each offering its own unique experience. However, some of them also have their counterparts in the form of mobile applications, opening up access to eSports for those away from the computer.

We decided to take a look back at the best eSports apps and present their capabilities in terms of watching your favorite matches as well as finding all the relevant information about the industry. Here are seven useful mobile applications from the field of eSports.

HLTV
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The HLTV app for CS:GO is a virtual replica of what the PC version offers. Here users can follow CSGO live matches & scores, check the tournament schedule, find out the latest news and much more.
The match page contains all necessary information about teams, players, statistics and played cards. Moreover, the HLTV app offers the possibility to choose the desired stream and go to the live broadcast of the match.
The app gives you quick access to current scores and results and also allows you to subscribe to your favorite matches so you don't miss their start. For more coverage, the HLTV app is available on iOS and Android platforms.

Twitch

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The next popular mobile app for eSports fans is Twitch. Twitch is a famous streaming platform that has gained rapid popularity in the mid-twenties. Almost immediately the founders of the project decided to pay attention to the mobile segment, releasing a feature-rich application.
Here, as well as in the version for computers, there is a huge library of live broadcasts in various game segments. This allows Twitch users to watch live broadcasts from their favorite eSports disciplines and subscribe to their favorite tournament operator channels.
Using the app, viewers can watch CS:GO, VALORANT, Dota 2, League of Legends and other games, chat, buy subscriptions, giveaways, earn points and win prizes. In general, the Twitch mobile app, available for iOS and Android, offers the full functionality of the web version.

YouTube
When it comes to popular eSports apps, there's no getting around YouTube. Google's famous video hosting service has been around since the mid-noughties but as eSports exploded, it became a key marketplace for eSports matches and major tournaments.
Nowadays YouTube mobile app allows watching live broadcasts of eSports tournaments, leaving comments in chat, subscribing to favorite channels and much more. The functionality of the service is almost limitless and depends only on the desire of the user.
The YouTube app is also available for iOS and Android platforms. However, the platform has some specifics, because, unlike Twitch, not all of the top eSports leagues are represented here. However, that doesn't stop YouTube from being the key player in the world of eSports.

Liquipedia
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Everybody knows Liquipedia, the eSports encyclopedia offering up-to-date news and information on all eSports disciplines.
Recently the founders of the project also introduced a mobile app for iOS and Android devices. Liquipedia's functionality has been cut down a bit, but over time the developers are adding more and more features to the app in order to bridge the gap between the web version.
Today, users of the Liquipedia mobile app can follow the latest news in disciplines such as CS:GO, VALORANT, Dota 2, League of Legends, Rocket League and Rainbow Six. The number of games will be expanded in the future, but already now the app allows you to retrieve information about championships and transfers taking place within the disciplines.

Upcomer Esports
The renowned eSports portal Upcomer introduced its mobile app a few years ago, referring users to all the features of the web version.
With Upcomer Esports, everyone can track eSports news, see match results and get information about ongoing championships.
Another plus point of the app is the visuals. With its clear design, it's easy enough to maneuver between sections, finding the right information about a particular event. Like all the previously introduced apps, Upcomer Esports is available on iOS and Android platforms.

Strafe Esports
The next indispensable guide to the world of eSports is the Strafe Esports app. It is a news and information portal for eSports fans, enabling users to find and watch matches and track tournament results in all popular disciplines.
Today, the Strafe Esports app provides access to data on CS:GO, VALORANT, Dota 2, League of Legends, Rocket League, Rainbow Six and more. Here you will find information on popular tournament series and championships.

The app also offers the latest news from the world of eSports, so you can stay up-to-date with the latest transfers and announcements. Of course, Strafe Esports is open for download for iOS and Android device owners.

eForce Esports
Let's close out our list of the best mobile apps for esports with eForce Esports. It's a great service for keeping track of matches and viewing up-to-date results.
The app is now available on both iOS and Android platforms, opening up access to information from all popular disciplines. The highlight of eForce Esports is the availability of only the biggest championships, bypassing smaller tournaments.
Using the app, users can browse the news section, which features the latest transfers and announcements from around the world of eSports in real time. The app also features a tournaments section where upcoming events and competitors can be tracked.

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