Sony Interactive Leisure could also be engaged on a brand new system that makes on-line tournaments extra seamless to arrange and host.

In accordance with a patent revealed on the US Patent and Trademark web site, Sony is proposing on-line event integration that would come with “a plurality of sport titles every related to at the very least one event could also be hosted on a gaming community platform,” that means it might permit gamers, builders, and even third-party organizers to create on-line tournaments on a giant or small scale.

The patent notes it might use a “gaming community platform” that gamers are required to have an account for to register for these on-line tournaments, however whether or not it’s referring to the PlayStation Community or a wholly new service from Sony has but to be confirmed.

A diagram that illustrations how Sony’s proposed on-line tournamnet integration might work.

The proposed system additionally notes that an organizer of the event could ship invites out to gamers based mostly on quite a few components together with rankings. The patent additionally covers what viewers could also be offered throughout an internet event reminiscent of further info on event streams that contain a participant they could be watching or different info pertaining to the event they’re viewing.

Sony initially filed this patent in 2018, however it’s a continuation of the unique utility revealed final week, making it is rounds on ResetEra and Reddit (through SegmentNext). But, the publication of this patent is no surprise from Sony as the corporate now has joint possession of Evo, the most important preventing sport event on the planet.

PlayStation is seemingly increasing into the aggressive gaming and esports market as in Could, along with buying Evo, Sony additionally filed a patent for a betting service that will permit customers to guess on esports occasions utilizing bodily foreign money, bitcoin, and even in-game gadgets when inserting bets.

Taylor is the Affiliate Tech Editor at IGN. You may observe her on Twitter @TayNixster.

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