Team Tournaments for PS4 users will go live on 5th October: Sony

Team Tournaments for PS4 users will go live on 5th October: SonySony has released a major software update for PlayStation 4 users. After reaching software version 5.0 for the systems of PlayStation 4, users are now able to form and join teams for up to 100 players with a stream to twitch in 1080p at 60 fps by keeping hidden pop-up notifications. After moving OS to version 5.0, Teams and Team Tournaments have been added to the features of PlayStation 4. Its details are now available on European, Japanese, and North American PlayStation blogs. The new version 5.0 has launched in affiliations with the Electronic Sports League (ESL). The users of PlayStation 4 are now able to create teams up to 100 strong members and they can join maximum 60 teams at a time. Teams allow players to connect and arrange prior to play normal or competitive events.

The initial support will be limited to “birds eye” view “Mantis Burn Racing”, “world of Tanks”, and the multiplayer modes from “Uncharted: Lost Legacy”, and “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End”. The Team Tournaments feature will go live on 5th October 2017. Now, the PlayStation 4 Pro can stream to the online video platform with 1080p and 60 fps. An overhauled suit of parental control would make it easier to set specific age levels to play games, Blue-rays and DVDs according to account basis. Users will be able to follow any other account instead of just verified accounts. Entire users of PlayStation 4 can get much better control over notifications. Pop-ups will be triggered when friends send messages or at the completion of downloads.

Google Designed Home Mini and Max Especially for Amazon and Apple
T-Mobile Should Pull its Advertisement to become Fastest Network: NAD