Yahoo have entered the Wild Wild eSports West with their very own eSports vertical going live soon. The Internet Titans are the latest, alongside ESPN, to kick join in on the eSports action.
ViNCO Gaming made their international debut this weekend at the Halo 5 World Championships. Unfortunately they struggled to make it out of the group stages, a recurring theme among most South African teams who dare to enter the International realm of eSports. Now the question is, do we deserve to participate in international events?
Don’t miss a Major! Here are a few eSports events coming live to a screen near you from February to April.
Massive video game cracking group 3DM is throwing in the towel on pirating video games. Presumably while waving a fist angrily at Denuovo.
As it turns out, Take-Two are not that interested in investing in eSports. Instead their $250,000 NBA 2K tournament is just a marketing tool.
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.
Mark Cuban could be buying and managing his own League of Legends team sooner than we think.
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.
ESL have included Tom Clany’s Rainbow Six in their Pro League. The League kicks off in March with an inaugural competition on stage at IEM Katowice.