The VR Master League is pleased to announce that it is partnering with members of the Echo VR community to present VRML Echo Arena Season 1.

Ready At Dawn’s Echo Arena is a competitive VR game that has been featured in various tournaments since its July 2017 release date. The game combines technology and physicality as players jump, duck, and dodge their way through a virtual arena set in zero-g in an attempt to score goals against the opposing team. Echo Arena comes free with the download of Echo VR, a multi-player game based on Ready At Dawn’s award-winning Lone Echo.

VR Master League is a community-driven platform that was established in early 2017 by DaKinMan as a hub where players could be involved in organization and decisions. The VRML has grown exponentially over the past two years and currently manages competitive scenes for some of the most popular VR games available, including:

“At the request of members from the Echo community, the VRML team is happy to provide a platform for the Echo community to organize, structure and leverage their own competitive scene,” said DaKinMan, founder of VRML.

Since VRML is a community-driven platform, applications are currently being accepted for people who would like to become involved with VRML Echo Arena Season 1 as league moderators or casters.

League moderator application form:

Caster application form:

Following additional arrangements, an announcement will be forthcoming with specifics about rules, length of the season, and when the competition will begin. Players can register for an account on the VRML website now and a link to the Echo Arena VRML page will be available soon.

It should be noted that the VR Master League is open to players of all skill levels. In addition, games like Echo Arena offer training opportunities such as boot camps to help newer players learn techniques that will help them in casual and competitive play.


VR Fitness Insider will continue to share regular information about the VR Master League and Echo Arena so keep an eye on this website and the VRFI Twitter feed for the latest information about this news and other announcements related to VR esports. If you’d like to become involved in the social communities for VRML and Echo Games, check out the following links.