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.
Blizzard loves making neat experimental modes with their games, so why shouldn’t they make the best of them permanent features?
eSports stole the show this weekend at rAge, and in case you missed it, this is what went down.
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.
The final decision was no, but before you get all up in arms, let’s take a minute to consider the outcome of not having local servers for League of Legends and what we can larn from Dota 2.
Grab your best defense as we debate which eSports is biggest by the numbers. While League of Legends still dominates, Dota 2 has seen significant growth, but why is LoL just so much bigger?
It’s that time of the year again – TI Post Shuffle has come to an end. Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting changes to come from this year big shuffle.
August viewership numbers are in and Dota 2 topped the rankings thanks to The International 2016. Overwatch jumped three spots, while Counter-Strike dropped three too. What does this say about eSports and their dedicated following?
For the 17th time (3rd actually) Arteezy has joined Evil Geniuses in what is now the most impressive roster to come out of the “Post TI Shuffle”
The Dota 2 world has suffered a great loss today as Clinton “Fear” Loomis announced his retirement from competitive Dota 2. He will remain a part of EG as their coach, but we will never again see Old Man Fear in the competitors seat.
The voice of eSports is returning to South Africa to host the Telkom Digital Gaming League Masters.