Overwatch just got some pretty big eSports news, and CEO Bobby Kotick casually announced it.
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As one of the companies who started it all, Nintendo are looking to take eSports to a new level with the Nintendo Switch as featured near the end of the reveal.
YellOwStar, A League of Legends… legend announced his retirement yesterday leaving a void in the struggling European and North American scene.
Smash Summit 3 has secured what is arguably the best sponsor, ever. Weedmaps, a mobile application for finding weed dispensaries in the United States has come on board as the main sponsor for the World’s biggest Smash Bros competition.
While Starcraft II’s inevitable death brought some sad feelings, Korea is still dominating at the 2016 League of Legends World Championship with three teams through to the Semi-finas. Albus Nox Luna and H2K Gaming are the only two Western teams still in the competition.
What creative magic can Dan Harmon, creator of Rick and Morty, bring to an eSports comedy starring Jesse Cox? We’ll have to find out in 2017.
The 2016 season finale of South African eSports will end with a number of international appearances for Bravado Gaming at ESWC and WESG. ESEA will also send one CS:GO team to an unconfirmed international location in December, marking a fantastic end to a great year of eSports.
Prepare your final sentiments. Starcraft 2 is on the cusp of being a forgotten eSport now that one of the biggest leagues have discontinued.
After missing their deadline on Friday October 14th, Valve have offered a lengthy response to the ongoing lawsuits brought forward against the organization.
That’s right. eSports has now overtaken Ice Hockey in the millennial age group of 21-35 showing significant growth between fans of both eSports and sports.
It’s crunch time for Valve as they face some serious charges with the unregulated gambling still making use of the Steam platform.