With Battlefield 1 now available for users on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, the competitive first-person shooter scene is back in full swing and our friends over at Tier One Gaming are leading the charge
With the launch of their official website this week, tournaments based on the Battlefield franchise will be in full flow over the coming months, with the website the central hub for any information you’ll need.
Tier One offers a competitive platform to feed your bloodlust on Battlefield 4 or the recently released Battlefield 1. Fraying from in-game restrictions, every weapon is fair game, cause war is war and it isn’t always fair.
Compete in Battlefield competition the way it was meant to be played, Tier One Gaming Live’s matches consist of 16v16 and 32v32 competition.
Enlist your platoon today and become a part of Tier One Gaming Live as we push forward into another series of tournaments geared towards old school warfare.
If you’re interested in joining the competitive scene then Tier One Gaming Live is the place to be. Make sure to check out the links below leading to their social platforms and the website itself.
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