Contrary to what the name leads you to believe, esports aren’t limited to electronic sports games. It’s bigger than that. Esports is the world of virtual, competitive, organised gaming. It includes games like League of Legends, Overwatch and Call of Duty, as well as various sports games like basketball and badminton. Gaming in India has […]

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Brazilian esports promotion company Gaming Culture announced an invitational Hearthstone tournament. Named Arena Invitational, the competition starts Monday, but will be streamed only from its playoffs on Sept. 29. Arena Invitational features 16 participants from Latin America; eight Brazilians, five Argentinians, one from Chile, and another from Mexico. With a prize pool adding up to […]

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Last week, China’s esports industry saw a number of partnerships and sponsorships between Chinese and Western esports organizations, as well as an accusation that Chinese esports organization Newbee withheld  $100K USD in prize money from former Fornite players.  In terms of the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic in China, the country has reported an increase […]

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Carleton is leading the way for college esports in Ontario. Carleton University has announced the start of the Ontario Post-Secondary Esports league today. This league will give colleges and universities across the province access to a competitive esports scene that was sorely lacking before. As of right now, the OPSE will begin in the […]

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Oxygen Esports has acquired Team Reciprocity rosters and will play in five esports, which is a modern esports company that has come out of New England. The organisation was the result of a merger between Helix eSports VR and Team Genji. The team will participate in the following esports, Rainbow Six Siege, Hearthstone, Rocket League, […]

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We take a look at why the Overwatch MVP left for Valorant. Less than a year ago, Jay “sinatraa” Won was winning the Overwatch League and the Overwatch World Cup with Team USA. Today, he announced leaving Overwatch and San Francisco Shock for Valorant. Why did Overwatch 2019 MVP leave Blizzard’s game for Valorant? A […]

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In a world where video games are more popular than movies, it was only a matter of time until The Social Network started their hand at online video streaming. Today, Facebook unveiled plans to release a brand new, top of the line video apps. The app itself collects each of Facebook’s gaming-related services together including […]

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Last week, China welcomed its traditional Chinese festival, “Chun Ming,” the tradition that Chinese people return to their hometowns and mourn their ancestors. Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, most of Chinese people can’t make that journey, but the government set up a day special for mourning lives lost in the pandemic.  There is […]

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DreamHack Summer has decided to temporarily suspend ticket sales for its Summer event. Taking place in Jönköping, Sweden, DreamHack summer is one of the biggest LAN events of the year. It is by far Sweden’s largest, alongside its Winter counterpart. But the rapidly changing landscape of the COVID-19 disease brings difficulties. Last week we spoke […]

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T1 have just announced their final roster including new Head Coach Byonghoon “cCarter” Choi. Back in August last year, we announced that T1 were finally dipping their toes into the DPC. Planning to form a roster around South-Korean star player Lee “Forev” Sang-don. The team competed in a few non DPC events, including the VKGAME […]

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