A lawsuit filed by the game developer Valve faces the World Electronic Sports Championship . In Asia-Pacific in 2018, the organizer of the tournament held many Dota 2 kids, failed to pay for many participated. Among those who were victims are athletes, skills and several organisations, who cost a sum of approx. $750,000. Valve took […]

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Blizzard Entertainment is a video game company that specializes in high quality, fun, and addicting games. Founded in 1991 by three college graduates, Blizzard released marginally successful ports and two games called “Rock N Roll Racing” and “The Lost Vikings.” Then, in 1994, when they released “Warcraft: Orcs and […]

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Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios announced today that he will be leaving Twitch to stream exclusively on Facebook Gaming Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios will now dip his toes into the “Streaming Wars” by joining Facebook Gaming. Barrios has built quite a following during his 9-year professional career. Barrios will continue to post his video-on-demand content to YouTube […]

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Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang will now stream games and video exclusively from Facebook Gaming. Wang made his name in Hearthstone but recently rose in the streamer ranks during the launch of Riot’s Legends of Runeterra. Wang is the fifth high profile streamer to leave Twitch for an exclusive deal with another platform in recent months. […]

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Activision Blizzard seems to be doing business better than ever in its third-quarter report which exceeded expectations and took net worth of the company to $1,28 billion. Despite Blizzard’s ongoing uproar over his well-documented political stance by banning Hearthstone competitor Ng Wai “Blitzchung” Chung, the market for one of the world’s leading video-gaming firms flourishes. […]

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Blizzard Entertainment hopes its BlizzCon 2019 event has formed an endpoint to the turmoil caused by its poorly handled reaction to a political protest during a Hearthstone esports broadcast on Oct. 6. But adding its cuts to esports programs at the end of 2018, this year’s BlizzCon marks not just a difficult month, but a […]

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One of Europe’s biggest esports orgs just  unveiled the largest esports complex in the region. Team Vitality have unveiled V.Hive; the largest esports complex in Europe. The 10,700 square foot building, located in the heart of Paris, will house private content production facilities, streaming boxes, a WebTV studio and offices for Team Vitality members. The […]

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Hot-to-trot esports startup, Juked, has just launched their first open-world beta testing for streaming live video game content. The Californian esports company just began last February and rumor is their team are fervent on delivering continued updates for future fans and subscribers in 2020. On their official page, Juked is attempting “to create a better […]

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Last week, the esports industry in China saw success in international competitions due to not only League of Legends Pro League team FunPlus Phoenix going through the League of Legends World Championship grand final in Paris, but also Chinese player Li “VKLiooon” Xiaomeng winning the Hearthstone Grand Masters Global Finals in BlizzCon 2019 and […]

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You might want to try out the game Nov 5 patch if you’re looking for a new excuse to sign in to Hearthstone. The recent update from Hearthstone adds Battlegrounds, and a variety of Legendary Issues, the new game mode. The Hearthstone group introduced Battlegrounds, the newest game mode, this past weekend in BlizzCon. Battlegrounds in Hearthstone […]

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