Sep 1 2016 - 7:31 pm
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EsportsWikis Expand into Vainglory

EsportsWikis set to launch their newest addition to the site with Vainglory
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Today EsportsWikis announced they will be adding an additional title to their site, Vainglory.  You can find the official press release below and how you can help.

This release is somewhat different from earlier releases. Our wiki is still a work in progress, but we wanted to make it available prior to the summer live championships this weekend. Launching slightly early also has the advantage of there being a bunch of stuff that anyone can easily work on if you want to get involved!

In fact, we rely 100% on your contributions. Every time I've posted in this sub, I've seen comments about how exciting it is that this project is happening because it means Vainglory is gaining legitimacy as an esport. That's why we wanted to make Vainglory one of the games we did a wiki for (along with [Rocket League] - you guys were super passionate about the project happening. However, **we need your help**. This project cannot reach its fullest potential without the support of the community, which means you!

Here's some stuff that's easy to get started with:

Filling in picks & bans for some tournaments that don't have them yet, examples (you can get VODs timestamped at pick/ban from the "VODs" tab):
VIPL Season 1
VIPL Season 2
VIPL Season 3

Contributing to player biographies & team histories
Creating pages from the Wanted Pages list


New to editing? No problem! We have a tutorial on our LoL wiki which goes over everything you need to know to get started, and if you have any questions at all you can write in this thread, PM me, or send us your contact info in an application so we can add you to our discord server!

Need help editing or want to become a regular contributor? Apply to join our staff! This is more of a way for us to get contact information than an actual application, we will accept pretty much anyone who's interested, especially if you've already made at least one edit on the wiki - and if you don't want to join staff necessarily but just want help with editing just say so & we'll add you!

While anything you're interested in covering would help, we are especially looking for contributors who specifically follow Korea, China, Europe, and Southeast Asia, either to write biographies, collect roster information, or create tournament pages.

Thanks for your support of this project, and I can't wait to work with you on the wiki!

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