You can still have a viewing party. All you need is your bedroom, a computer and a can do attitude.
Now that eSports is slowly, but surely, going mainstream, do you feel we’d see a trend in which would be the most popular form of eSports entertainment? I’ve got my money on FPS.
Watch South African team ViNCO play their hearts out in the Halo 5 EMEA regional finals this weekend.
2K Games are taking the MVPs off the couch, and onto the main stage with NBA 2K16s $250,000 tournament.
Titan’s CS:Go Team is back, under G2’s brand. Can the team bounce back?
Martin Shkreli is back, and he now has to answer for unpaid debts to the eSports organizations he left high and dry after being accused by the FBI of securities fraud.
Heroes of the Dorm, the collegiate Heroes of the Storm tournament, will return in 2016 with 462 US colleges competiting for $500,000 in scholarships. The tournament will once again be broadcast by ESPN.
Former LA Lakers champion Rick Fox has been on a rapid eSports expansion after he founded Echo Fox in December. After acquiring an LCS team Fox has now saught the help of notorious Mohamad “moE” Assad in forming a new CS:GO lineup.
League of Legends has become the highest grossing digital game with a reported $1.6 billion profit from digital sales in 2015. Could 2016 be bigger?
What better way to kick off the competitive year with a HomeStory cup style tournament? Orena have invited four of South Africa’s best CS:GO teams to take part in the Century Cup live from the Orena Studio.
Does South Africa have a fighting scene? If so, where are our eSports events? Perhaps it’s time South African tournament hosts began paying attention to the international growth of competitive fighting genres.
Could the HoTS hype be dead? As it stand, against all hope, South Africa’s biggest running league has not included Heroes of The Storm for 2016. Is it participation? Competition? Or just general lack of interest. What does the future hold for South African Heroes of The Storm?