Ep. 97 Battlefy Esports Tournament Platform and MongoDB

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This is a podcast episode titled, Ep. 97 Battlefy Esports Tournament Platform and MongoDB. The summary for this episode is: <p>With nearly 500 million gamers worldwide, the Esports industry market is approaching $200 billion USD. Today's gamers are engaging in fierce competition for cash and prizes and on today's episode, Michael chats with <a href= "https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronaldchen/">Ronald Chen, Principal Software Engineer</a> at <a href= "https://www.battlefy.com">Battlefy</a>, one of the most popular Esports Tournament companies. </p> <p>Ronald has been working on the Battlefy platform since 2013 and talks about the motivations for using MongoDB and why the document model works so well for modern applications.</p> <p>Ronald writes about his experience on the Battlefy Blog. You can read more at <a href= "https://blog.battlefy.com">https://blog.battlefy.com</a></p> <p>Battlefy is hiring! <a href= "https://apply.workable.com/battlefy/"><span style= "font-weight: 400;">https://apply.workable.com/battlefy/</span></a></p>

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With nearly 500 million gamers worldwide, the Esports industry market is approaching $200 billion USD. Today's gamers are engaging in fierce competition for cash and prizes and on today's episode, Michael chats with Ronald Chen, Principal Software Engineer at Battlefy, one of the most popular Esports Tournament companies. 

Ronald has been working on the Battlefy platform since 2013 and talks about the motivations for using MongoDB and why the document model works so well for modern applications.

Ronald writes about his experience on the Battlefy Blog. You can read more at https://blog.battlefy.com

Battlefy is hiring! https://apply.workable.com/battlefy/