This weekend I was lucky enough to experience European CS:GO first hand as I attended Copenhagen Games with Energy eSports. The experiece was surreal and it opened my eyes to just how dedicated and passionate Europeans are when it comes to eSports and CS:GO. We still have a long road ahead of us.
Meet the the teams who will be taking part in the North American and European Regional Championship Circuit for Heroes of the Storm. Teams will not only be competing for a sport at the Spring Championship in South Korea, but also for their share of $100,000.
It’s a monumental task, to balance a lengthy dip into a death-trap dungeon while keeping the vibrant spirit of Pokémon alive. But on that front, Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is a deviously difficult winner.
Prepare to chow down on some Devil Fruits from May 31, as One Piece: Burning Blood is headed west.
After a short hiatus from League of Legends, Natus Vincere are back with their new roster.
Valve have announced the CS:GO Minor Championships, which will introduce new teams to the championships circuit who have not featured in the Major Championship series. CIS, Europe, Asia and Americas will have their own four separate tournaments, but what about South Africa?
According to a retailer pamphlet, we can expect a PlayStation 4 price cut in European territories (like ours!) by the end of the month.
Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has said the company needs to do better in Europe. He’s very probably right.
Sony holds up to 90% of the European console gaming market share, and sees little reason to cut the price of its console.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 is on the way, and not only does it look like some cheesy good fun on the high seas, but it’ll be unleashed in a special edition as well.
You’re going to have to wait a while to get your hands on a physical version of Dying Light.
Europe is about to going to get invaded this October by tons of eSports fans. Prepare the Kielbasa!