The recent IOC-sponsored Intel Extreme Masters XII event in Pyeongchang yielded the first woman to win an esports Major, but it has also caused plenty of unrelated controversy.
A new report by market researcher SuperData sheds light on how 2017 was the most lucrative year ever for digital games and interactive media.
In one of the biggest esports shocks of recent times, an unheralded 16-year-old, No. 55 seed by the name of “DhTekKz” won the FIFA Ultimate Team Champions Cup title last month.
Play2Live has announced eight CS:GO teams will compete for the first-ever esports tourney prize valued in cryptocurrency at the end of February.
The global news company Reuters is launching a new wire service centered on esports coverage. It’s yet another sign of media outlets taking competitive gaming more seriously.
With a host of top tournaments scheduled to start, and plenty of money up for grabs across them, CS:GO’s top teams are in for a very busy February.
The recently finished ELEAGUE Boston Major 2018 achieved something impressive: the event’s Grand Final attracted a record number of concurrent viewers for a single Twitch channel.
The topflight esports titles hardly include any of the major sports video games that move millions of copies each year. Today, we examine why.
An exclusive broadcast deal between EA Sports and the duo of ESPN and Disney is bringing Madden 18 competitions to a global network and audience this winter and spring.
On something resembling turf, Cloud9 came through an incredibly tough Champions Stage at the ELEAGUE Major Boston 2018 to claim a superb victory.