Norway has introduced competitive gaming to their school curriculum, but it’s gaming with a bit of a twist. Mental and physical training form an important part of this 5 hour per day program which will usher in a new age of gaming development.
The Elite Controller is a marvel in engineering, and easily the best controller out on the market for competitive players and hardcore Xbox One gamers alike.
Evil Geniuses set a few new records in eSports. Sumail is the youngest millionare and the organization takes the number one spot as the highest earning eSports team.
Energy eSports have added a Heroes of The Storm team to their official roster. The team is comprised of familliar faces within the South African MOBA scene, including members of their former Dota 2 team.
Day 2 of the Main Event came with upsets and triumphs. Team Secret are down to the lower bracket, and EHOME may just be the new team to keep an eye on.
ESL have added another title to their tournament roster. Speedrunners is the latest addition, with the first competitive kicking off on Saturday.
The Electronic Sports League have teamed up with the NADA to produce a new anti peformance enhancement drug program
Valve have announced that if teams wish to retain their invites to the Dota 2 Major Championships, all roster changes need to be completed by September 1st. This is a good thing.
The current TI5 prize pool is higher than the last three Dota 2 tournaments… combined.
Rocket League is the love child of FIFA Football, Need For Speed and TrackMania Nations. It’s also now an official eSport. Is this the eSport we’ve been waiting for?
The International 5 prize pool has surpassed the $16 million mark. Comparisons need to be made to once again perfect Valve’s compendium model. How have we improved from 2014, and will this revive Dota 2?