Don’t miss a Major! Here are a few eSports events coming live to a screen near you from February to April.
Activision have kicked off 2016 with a bang by acquiring Major League Gaming with the team joining their new eSports division’s ranks. Bobby Kotick plans to build “the ESPN of Video Games.”
Activision have announced the first of many big changes coming to competitive Call of Duty in 2016, and the first step is huge.
The first ever Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 tournament will be streamed on Twitch, but hosted at the MLG Arena
After dominating Twitch TV since launch, Black Ops 3 will have it’s first ever tournament hosted at the MLG Arena, but broadcast by Twitch. Goodbye MLG.tv, you will not be missed.
Activision are at it again, this time partnering up with the ESL. Are we getting a Call of Duty Major next year?
Smite has entered the console realm as one of the first competitive MOBAs. The newly released game will also feature at Major League Gaming in October.
Rocket League is the love child of FIFA Football, Need For Speed and TrackMania Nations. It’s also now an official eSport. Is this the eSport we’ve been waiting for?
The MLG are hosting their 100th event! Pro Dota 2 and CoD: Advanced Warfare gamers will duke it out for their share of the $500 000 prize pool.
Spectatorship is what makes a sport something special. eSports needs more of it, and it’s getting it for the COD Champs.
South Africa has been excluded from this years million dollar Call of Duty championship, is this due to the drama last year?
ESPN was impressed with the numbers when they covered Dota’s International. Now they’re ready for more eSports.
Extreme sports are getting a taste of eSports in what could be a match made in heaven.