ACGL are doing the near impossible – 42 tournaments in 20 days with their new XP Fest. XP Fest is the beta phase of their new Leaderboard system with some fun modes and prizes spread across 7 titles.
No, this is not another team buying into eSports. Instead, the Vodaphone Warriors are offering coaching on different aspects of eSports in an effort to tie the two closer together.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare isn’t selling as fast this year. Combine that with some low numbers on PC, and could this mean the franchise is beginning to decline?
The single player campaign is the freshest and most exciting Call of Duty has been in years. It’s at its best when it veers away from the series staples and genuinely tries new things. Conversely, its multiplayer isn’t – essentially rehashing last year’s effort. Zombies? Well, it’s Call of Duty Zombies, only with an 80’s makeover.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare may have launched last week, but you’d struggle to know that just looking at player numbers on PC.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare sticks closely to what it knows, in a year when other shooters have pushed up the benhmark well above expectation.
Titanfall 2 should be selling by the bucket-load. But it’s not, as predictions of lacklustre sales came true. But EA ain’t worried.
SuperData research released the September report for Digital Gaming Revenue, which is up by 5% from 2015. That’s less than the expected growth.
MLG and End Game plan to end the year with a bag announcing two $100,000 tournaments for Overwatch and Call of Duty.
An exciting moment between P41n Gaming and RoyaL eSports made the BBC News as shoutcaster Ben “Benson” Bowe completely lost his mind.
According to Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick, a lot of thought goes into each new incarnation of Call of Duty.
Three major eSports tournaments will feature on the main floor at rAge this year. FIFA, Call of Duty, Counter-Strike and Dota 2 aim to be the main attraction at the expo and you won’t want to miss any of the action.