Soon you’ll be able to play CS 1.6 in a modded version of CS:GO called Counter-Strike: Classic Offensive.
Coming in at fourth seed, NuckleDu sailed through the winner bracket dropping a total of four games to become the first North American Street Fighter Champion in over 14 years.
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.
South Korean gamers are breaking the law once again, this time with an illegal scripting tool aimed at helping players. Too bad for them, the $350,000 operation has been busted by the South Korean Police.
Fake news has damaged politics, but now it’s leaking into esports where the consequences can be far more severe.
Paul “ReDeYe” Challoner has launched Code Red, a new esports talent agency aimed at upping the level of production around the world.
Bravado Gaming have partnered up with GAMeS who will handle their marketing, branding and exposure for 2017.
One fan has a theory regarding Ana and Reinhart, and it’s quite plausible.
2016 still has a few titles left to show you, so there’s no use in running away. Here’s what’s on the horizon for the merriest of months.
You’d think all that keeps a player happy is being able to play and compete all the time. That’s probably true, but the price tag for Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok for continuig with SK Telecom T1 is a pretty large amount.
The UK are lobbying for eSports Infrastructure, and perhaps it’s time we started looking at something similar here in South Africa?
Ignoring obvious issues with CS:GO, Valve have released a major content patch introducing cosmetic gloves, Steam Group Lobbies, and an all new music box with artists nobody recognizes.