eSports took a step closer to the mainstream with week with the revelation that it will launch a new website to focus on the burgeoning eSports industry.
Activision Blizzard has purchased Major League Gaming. The company said that the acquisition is a key part of its strategy to help eSports go mainstream.
Without a doubt 2015 was a banner year for eSports. We walk back through some of the biggest stories in eSports betting to happen last year.
As the eSports industry continues to achieve impressive growth, famous players from the world of conventional sports are taking notice – and investing cash.
Full Tilt may best be known for its online poker brand, but its newly-announced partnership with the G2 eSports Club shows the company is branching out.
Earlier this week the Illinois Attorney General declared daily fantasy sports sites illegal gambling. We look at the impact on eSports betting.
Matcherino is filling a hole in the world of eSports. The new platform mixes crowdfunding with eSports, and lets fans set up matches between top players.
Thanks to the rising popularity of eSports and betting on eSports, Immortals have attracted major investment and a now has roster of top talent.
Evolve Labs is rolling out a new eSports arena with a simple approach. Right now, the product – called BlackFlag – mainly focuses on League of Legends.
EA Games is following Activision Blizzard’s suit and is adding a brand new eSports division, which will be called the EA Competitive Gaming Division.