CSports.net Launches New Version
Of Its Worldwide Ranking Service
CSports.net, the worldwide
ranking and statistics service for online games today announced the launch of
the latest version of its service.
The website at
www.CSports.net has been transformed
with new graphics, a customisable home page and new graphing options in an
advertising free environment. The site architecture has also been rewritten to
allow faster player searches, coloured player name support, more community tools
and the headroom for more exciting developments. The site is available free to
registered users with additional services available to subscribers.
CSports.net ranks 20 million player
names worldwide. It now serves up to 5 million impressions per month from its
statistics database and has a registered user base of over 180,000 users. Online
computer games players can locate their worldwide ranks and statistics in over
50 games and 3000 modifications.
CSports.net is an immense resource
for the online community to check out live statistics on the use of their
favourite online games, maps, modifications and game servers. For a small
subscription, subscribers get access to further services including personalised
rankings, ranking banners and customisation options.
In redesigning the site architecture
CSports is now in a position to develop league rankings for publishers of games
with online capabilities.
Edward Watson, formerly of The
Playing Fields and MD of CSports.net commented "The site is a huge step up from
its previous incarnation adding extra functionality to the site in a more user
friendly environment. More exciting though is the prospect of working with the
publishers to build player communities through the provision of leagues and
CSports.net is a Worldwide Ranking
and Statistics Service for online gamers and the games industry. The main site
at www.CSports.net has a user base of
over 180,000 registered users. CSports.net is owned by CSports.net Ltd a joint
venture between The Computer Sports Network Ltd, Dennis Publishing Ltd and The
Computer Sports Network Inc.