It is a seriously exciting time for gaming. There is a crossover between motorsports and esports that is elevating the gaming world to a whole new level. The current lockdown may have helped but it is likely the migration between the real and the virtual was always going to happen. Let’s explore why the motorsport […]

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According to Deloitte, the eSports industry has shown a year-over-year growth rate of 836 percent. This means that between 2017 and 2018, investments in the eSports industry doubled, with current eSports net worth estimated somewhere around $1.8 billion. Given all the growth and activity surrounding eSports, it’s no surprise that betting on competitive gaming has […]

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An esports tournament in Tokyo in the run-up to the 2020 Olympic games was delayed until 2021 after coronavirus pandemic postponed the games until a year later. The Intel World Open was scheduled for 22-24 July and was an important exhibition of sports in the Japanese capital prior to the start of the Olympic Games. […]

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Intel has released an official statement regarding the Intel World Open, a Rocket League and Street Fighter V tournament which was to take place in conjunction with the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. “Due to the evolving global situation around COVID-19 and the postponement of the Olympic Games, the Intel World Open, and the planned May […]

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Incendium Gaming, an organiser of the tournament in the fighting game community , is officially acquired from Amuka Esports. As part of its goal to grow niche gaming cultures, Amuka Esports establishes a decentralised esports platform for casual gamers across North America. Founded in 2019, Incendium Gaming has held 20 branded events ever since. It […]

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Amuka Esports acquires Incendium Gaming, a leading tournament organizer for fighting games. Amuka Esports is a Canadian esports company creating localized esports hubs for casual gamers in cities across North America. Each hub consists of a game venue, tournament organizer, content team, merchandise brands and incubator. Founded in 2019, Amuka Esports is a quickly growing […]

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The Capcom Pro Tour 2019 crowned its champion at last night’s Capcom Cup, where Derek “iDom” Ruffin took home $250K USD and the title of the year’s best Street Fighter player. At the end of the event, Capcom’s executive producer for Street Fighter Yoshinori Ono and All Elite Wrestling star Kenny Omega (real name […]

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Pocky and Capcom have entered into a brand sponsorship agreement through the “Pocky K.O. Challenge.”   A “Pocky K.O.” takes place when a player wins a Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition match while the player has a health gauge that looks like a Pocky stick. Ezaki Glico USA will be releasing a limited-edition Street Fighter V […]

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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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Just when people started to think that including esports in the Olympics was nothing but a pipe dream, Intel, a major sponsor of the event has announced that it will be holding an esports tournament right before the upcoming 2020 Olympics. Online qualifiers will kick-off early next year, with a live qualifying event to be […]

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