A $500,000 Rocket League and Street Fighter V tournament will be hosted in Tokyo ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and will feature a live audience. The event will take place from July 22nd to 24th 2020 right before the Summer Olympics. It means that Tokyo will receive both Olympic athletes and pro gamers […]

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Intel will host Rocket League and Street Fighter V tournaments at next year’s Tokyo Olympics, Nike unveils its first esports team uniforms, and new Call of Duty League franchises are confirmed for London, Chicago, and Seattle. Missed any of the biggest esports business news last week? The TEO Monday Morning Briefing recaps the top headlines […]

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Team SoloMid has announced that they are planning to build an esports training center in Playa Vista, and they want to designate it as the headquarter of the organization. Image via @esporincom | Twitter TSM had major setbacks this year with their flagship team failing to qualify for the League Of Legends World Championship. This […]

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The International Olympic Committee and worldwide sponsor Intel have teamed up to announce the Intel World Open, an esports competition that will take place in the run-up to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. The Intel World Open will feature Rocket League and Street Fighter V competitions in partnership with Psyonix/Epic Games and Capcom, […]

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G2 Esports has expanded its relationship with Red Bull and will debut with a new partnership covering all its esports teams and content creators. The multi-year agreement covers player performance, content creation, and event activation. Although, financial terms were not disclosed from either side. The companies will be introduced at multiple esports events this weekend which will include […]

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LowKey Esports is the newest name in the Dota 2 scene. After Fnatic and Mineski changed their rosters drastically in the post-TI shuffle, there is a new team aiming to take over the region. Its name is Lowkey Esports. Introducing LowKey Esports *Drumroll*Looks like your instincts are right. To complete the lineup, let’s welcome the […]

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Video games have been a big part of our cultural and consumer landscape for decades now, but a number of factors are driving them deeper than ever into the fabric of our society. The big one, of course, is smartphone adoption. While your middle-aged parents might not necessarily identify as ‘gamers’, there’s a pretty good […]

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Gfinity Australia was launched in 2017 by radio company HT&E’s events arm as a licensed version of the UK Gfinity brand. Gfinity Australia ran a city-based league concept in 2018 across three esports – CS:GO, Street Fighter V, and Rocket League – while in 2019 it narrowed its focus to Rocket League and iRacing competitions. […]

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The world of esports has given us many dramatic moments over the years. The pure thrill and excitement offered by the biggest esports tournaments remain unmatched. We have witnessed some classic moments throughout the years that still garner discussion to this day. One of the best ways to watch esports is by placing bets online. […]

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Rocket League has received game approval by the Chinese government, exiting a two-year beta period. The game will be free to play in the Chinese market. Receiving game approval in China is vital for publisher Psyonix and distributor Tencent to monetize Rocket League and build its esports ecosystem.  Chinese esports teams Edward Gaming and Royal… […]

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