Collegiate esports are getting bigger in the U.S. Even the traditionally conservative National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has turned its attention to competitive gaming, looking for ways to get involved. So far, many conferences have hosted esports tournaments, but for the…Read more
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The self-branded “premier amateur esports league”—Super League Gaming—will be expanding this year into four more cities: Atlanta, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, and Washington D.C. These four new teams will join the existing dozen in SLG’s unique theatre-based Minecraft and League of Legends tournaments. SLG’s format…Read more
It is that time again, Overwatch fans. We’re two weeks into Stage 2 of the Overwatch League, and all the three all-South Korean teams are back in control, Dallas Fuel has more questions than answers, and Florida and Shanghai can’t…Read more
Whether you’re playing a solo campaign and want a premium sonic experience without disturbing those around you, or you just want to trash-talk other players online, a gaming headset is a must for players. A nice headset improves your spatial…Read more
Eighteen teams are headed to Bucharest, Romania for the fourth Major of the 2017-2018 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) where a $1 million prize pool and 1,500 DPC points are up for grabs. ESL Katowice might have shaken the DPC Leaderboard…Read more
Team Expert’s Sasha “Scarlett” Hostyn became the first woman to win a major StarCraft II tournament after beating Jin Air Green Wings’ Kim “sOs” Yoo at the Intel Extreme Masters pre-Winter Olympics event in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Tuesday night….Read more
Mobile game developer Supercell is opening up Clash Royale’s competitive scene to all, in the form of the new Clash Royale League. Literally anyone will be able to enter the competition—players just need to achieve level 8 in the game—which is kicking off next week, on…Read more
The NHL is making its first formal move into esports, launching an international one-on-one tournament for EA Sports’ NHL 18. The tournament, which will be called the ’18 NHL Gaming World Championship, is a venture between the NHL and three of…Read more
ESforce Holding, a Russian esports conglomerate and the parent organization of esports teams Virtus.pro and SK Gaming, is partnering with KFC to bring esports to young audiences, via KFC BATTLE. A large-scale sport, cultural, and educational project, its goal is to provide young…Read more
Every week, we look at each team in the five major regions and rank the teams according to how they are performing. Coming off the Lunar New Year, all regions are back in action, and there’s been some shake ups…Read more
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