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Get the Gankster Desktop app for automatic party invites, teammate reviews, and real-time notifications
Thanks to our GANKREP 1.0 reputation system.
Casuals, amateurs, and pros, we’ve got ’em all.
Linked accounts let you know who you’re playing with.
Deep Integrations with the game client and Discord.
Quickly find and schedule scrims with verified teams and easily see their rank, roster and reputation.
Group up and build your dream team. Specify what roles you’re missing or what role you want to play and join forces to beat the competition.
Gankster’s leaderboards are casual competitions designed to fit your schedule. Compete against similarly ranked teams and win prizes.
Easily book scrims with your connected teams. We provide a real-time view of when the teams you practice with want to scrim.
Makes it too easy to find scrims. Now newcomers to the scene will never know the pain of posting in 7 different servers 🥲— DemoZ (@Esports_DemoZ) October 19, 2021
Your platform is super sick, glad it was recomended to me 👌— Devin "Kind Words Only" Hartnett (@KWOLoL) September 5, 2021
Can't believe it took so long for Gankster to exist. Truly amazing.— Tj Bjorklund (@Command_Attack) February 17, 2022
Someone told me about this recently, and I definitely vouch the idea. It's definitely great for scrims and for teams looking for players.— NextFox (@NeXtFoX_RL) July 27, 2022
You also know their MMRs via tracker, so they can't lie their rank like in 6mans scrims, which is great too 😀
It’s genius! It houses everything rather than having to look at multiple servers or platforms. Hope it continues to grow and more people/teams/orgs start to use it. Props to your team in developing this app.— Kimmychiii TTV (@Kimmychiiittv) March 3, 2022
I manage the varsity LoL team of University of Oregon esports, and gankster has been our app of choice to set up scrims and coordinate with other teams. Highly recommend!— alex! (@laarrvviik) October 31, 2021
the best invention since sliced bread i swear to god— Nicole (@CH1CK3NSL4YER) January 2, 2022