Prepare your final sentiments. Starcraft 2 is on the cusp of being a forgotten eSport now that one of the biggest leagues have discontinued.
Alex “Neeb” Sunderhaft made history after being the first non-Korean player to win a KeSPA major and it only took 16 years.
At Gamescom last month, Blizzard announced a whole lot of new content for StarCraft II. It’s now all available in the RTS compliments of Patch 3.6.
Alarak will be making his way to Heroes of the Storm as part of the Machines of War event. That’s not the only place the Tal’darim highlord will be playable though. He’s coming to Legacy of the Void as a Co-op Missions commander too!
Legacy of the Void brought some huge changes to StarCraft II’s multiplayer when it launched late last year. New units, tweaks to older ones, and more – it refreshed the RTS in a big way. Blizzard are looking to do that again this year with a chunky update in the near future.
We review StarCraft II’s latest commander, Abathur. Is the Zerg evolution master worth the $4.99 asking price? Absolutely – whether you’re a fan of that particular race or not.
Heroes of the Storm is bringing in Bronze to Grand Master ranks, similar to Starcraft II, but is this just catering for the casual? Or will this new system help make Heroes of the Storm a better eSport?
Patch 3.3 for StarCraft II is upon us! It includes co-op mission content, chat emoticons, a new landing screen, and more…
StarCraft II’s co-op missions are getting some new features. Here’s what mutators and mastery levels are all about…
The recent match fixing scandal involving Lee “Life” Seung Hyun may have been the final straw which broke the camels back. Starcraft II is slowly fading into oblivion, and there’s unfortunately nothing we can do about it.
As audiences grow, and more eSports tournaments are broadcasted to live television meeting widespread criticism, could publisher and developers look to simplify their titles in order to cater to these audiences? Let’s discuss.
Chinese company Alibaba have announced the World Electronic Sports Games (WESG), a tournament which they’ve set aside $5.5 million in prize money. The tournament will feature Dota 2, CS:GO, Hearstone and Starcaft II.