ESL have announced the first international Overwatch tournament which will take place at Gamescom in August. Eight teams from North America and Europe will compete for $100,000 and the glory of being the best team in the world.
Get ready to compete for R30 000 in Orena’s new Overwatch Champions ladder. Three seasons (two on PC, one of PS4) will each have a R10 000 prize pool with games being covered live by Orena.
Yet another international qualifier lands in South Africa! Orena will once again host the ESWC South African Qualifiers where South Africa’s top CS:GO team can earn a spot at ESWC in Paris, France.
Dolby will host an inaugural $10,000 tournament to celebrate the launch of Overwatch at the eSports Arena in Santa Ana, California. While no teams have been confirmed yet, Agents Rising will feature a few invited teams and free entry for teams and spectators.
After weeks of grueling competition, we finally have a Super Lazygamer Rocket League Championship winner! Who won the final last night?
The Super Lazygamer Rocket League Championship final is here! Which team will grab the top spot?
After a great year of competitive gaming BHG plans to end it off in style with one last tournament. Who will be crowned the last champions on 2015?
Here’s all you need to know, and more, about becoming Lazygamer’s Heroes of the Storm champions.
When it comes to esports, few games dominate the scene like Blizzard’s Starcraft 2 or Counter-Strike, the latter of which regularly encourages fans to cyka my duck if I’ve translated that properly from the Russian. But you don’t really see EA headline the esports scene these days.
Today is the final day for signups, so stop being so lazy and enter the Laziest Gamer Heroes of the Storm Tournament.
It’s time to see who deserves to be crowned the Laziest Heroes of the Storm team in South Africa. Take a break from your studies and become the Champions of our inaugural HoTS Tournament brought to you by MSI.
BlizzCon is just around the corner, and with it comes the World Championships. Blizzard are going all out for their conference this year, offering up over a million dollars in prize money split up across four of their competitive games. Interested in following all the action? Here’s all you need to know, including dates, format, and even links to all the relevant streams.