We built Z League, the world’s first skill-based tournament platform because we loved watching streamers and pros compete in tournaments, but felt that there were no good options for casual gamers like us. At Z League, everyone can compete in fair, fun and meaningful competitions.
What makes z league different is our proprietary ranking algorithm. Built by a former google engineer, we apply the algorithm to all of your historical Warzone stats to sort teams into divisions. This means you will only be competing against teams of a similar skill level, giving you a fair chance of winning your division’s prize.
Some tournament platforms mistakenly use a kd cap to put teams into divisions but we don’t do that because we think k/d is a very misleading number to use. If someone has a k/d of 3.0 is that because they get 3 kills every game or because they get 9 and die 3 times? The person with 9 kills would do much better than the person with 3 in a kill race tournament like ours. Predicting how you will perform in a tournament is about a lot more than your k/d and that’s why we strive to continuously improve our algorithm to make competitions more and more fair for you to compete in.
Z League was founded in 2020 by Lucas Pellan and Robbie Schneidman. Prior to Z League, Lucas was the Co-Founder and COO of Sonder, a San Francisco based startup which has raised over $500M and is valued at $1.3B. Robbie has previously led engineering teams at Amazon, Sonder and Convoy.
Z League is backed by some of the world's best investors