With a new world record for the largest esports prize pool in history likely to be set, The International 2018 begins today. But who will win?
It’s been a busy two weeks for esports tournaments. Today, we bring you news on the winners over the last fortnight, including the FIFA EWorld Cup Winner.
Leading gaming peripherals company HyperX has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Sports Academy Esports Center to bring its gear to dedicated fans.
DraftKings became the first company to offer mobile sports betting in New Jersey last week, but will they also start to offer esports betting?
EA and the NFL announced this week the launch of the Madden 19 Championship Series, an extended competitive season with a $700,000 prize pool.
MyEsports Ventures announced plans to bring Canada’s first dedicated esports stadium to the city of Vancouver next year. Read on for more details.
Danish professional esports organization Astralis has announced a partnership with Swedish fitness beverage company NOCCO.
Every season, League of Legends pros put more and more hours into keeping up with the competition. Why the constant increase, and is it really beneficial?
Counter-Strike: GO tournament BLAST Pro Series is heading to Istanbul for the very first time, and Turkish Airlines is along for the trip.
Betway is a name synonymous with esports betting in the UK, and their sponsorship of the CS:GO FACEIT tournament in London emphasizes just that.
If one country in the world can claim to be the undisputed esports champions, then it is South Korea. We examine why that is.
It’s a lower quality field for the non-Grand Slam IEM Shanghai 2018 event in August. Still, we wonder who will claim the lion’s share of a $250,000 prize.
Why is ADC one of the shakiest positions in League of Legends? Find out about the role’s most glaring weaknesses from a long-time high elo ADC main.
A few years ago, TSM, SKT, and Fnatic were dominating their regions. Now, they’re struggling to replicate this success. Why? And will they ever bounce back?
Professional CS:GO league ELEAGUE has entered a partnership with the United States Air Force for a multi-tournament marketing deal.
The East Coast Conference and the Peach Belt Conference have joined the collegiate League of Legends scene with a multi-year commitment.
The ELEAGUE Premier 2018 starts in Georgia this weekend with $1,000,000 to be won and eight invited teams competing for the top prize. Who will win?
In 2019, ESL and Intel are yet again bringing the popular Intel Extreme Masters to Polish esports town Katowice, with a $1 million prize pool up for grabs.
CS:GO pro team North have claimed their third DreamHack Open victory in the space of 10 months with a win at Valencia over the past weekend.
Following a spring pilot, the British Esports Association has announced the official launch of a national esports competition for schools and colleges.