theScore’s esports app now covers Call of Duty, Hearthstone and Starcraft II

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Now fans of competitive Call of Duty, Hearthstone and StarCraft II can get their real-time news fix in a mobile format courtesy of Toronto-based sports media company theScore.

theScore announced today that it’s adding coverage of the three games to its iOS and Android esports apps following the recent relaunch of its website.

theScore esports also covers League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter-Strike GO and Heroes of the Storm through real-time coverage of games and tournaments including scores, stats, breaking news and video content. The media company says its esports division is the largest independent newsroom dedicated to competitive gaming reporting currently operating.

If the addition of three new games wasn’t enough, the update also adds a ‘spoiler mode,’ that mutes notifications and hides results if users would rather watch the games at a later time.

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[source]CNW[/source]

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