For the first two years of its history, the FIFA eClub World Cup champions have been the Danish team Brondby, representing the Danish professional football team of the same name. However, this past weekend in the third running of this …
International law firm Bird & Bird has entered a partnership with the Esports Integrity Coalition to provide complementary legal support for members.
A new Finnish study reveals a healthy attitude among esports’ elite players toward physical exercise, a contrast to the media’s negative appraisal.
If we look at the turnover in Twitch TV’s top 10 most-viewed list for esports from 2018 into 2019, can we actually see the industry shift?
There are two massive esports tournaments set to begin this week: the multi-discipline ESL Katowice 2019 and the Overwatch League 2019.
The Grand Finals for the international multi-game event WESG will be held in Chongqing, China. Get the scoop on the March tourney here.
Esportsbetting.com has launched a €5 no-deposit registration offer to draw in new fans and punters for competitive video game betting. Learn more here.
Most people assume esports are about warlocks and weaponry, but that’s a narrow view. Could planting and plowing make a splash in the gaming world?
Queensland University of Technology is now offering esports scholarships, the first Australian university to do so. But some aren’t happy about it.
This week in esports tourney news, we recap the Chongqing Major and Atlanta’s ELEAGUE invitational for the latest in CS:GO and Dota 2 action.
StreamElements has closed a $11.3 million funding round to expand its platform for live stream production, monetization, and audience engagement.
Did Astralis claim another win at the CS:GO iBUYPOWER Masters, and who has performed well at the Dota 2 Chongqing Major this week? We find out.
Enzo Bonito has stunned the world by defeating Formula E driver Lucas di Grassi at the Race of Champions. What are the broader ramifications of that win?
German sports channel SPORT1 and ESL have renewed their existing partnership in preparation for the launch of dedicated esports channel eSPORTS1.
North American gaming stallwart Complexity Gaming has signed strategic deals with gaming gear company HyperX and trading card company Panini.
GameWorks has announced it will open more esports lounges across the United States. It’s an exciting development, but is the business plan sound?
ESL and Indian esports startup Nodwin Gaming have announced ESL One Mumbai 2019, a two-day $300,000 Dota 2 competition heading to Mumbai this April.
Who qualified for the Chongqing Major and who will win it? Join us as we preview and review this week’s most important esports action.