The International, the world’s biggest and most lucrative Dota 2 event, is moving this fall from Seattle, USA to Vancouver, Canada.
The IOC has stated only non-violent esports will stand a chance of being admitted into future Olympics. A number of factors make that stance problematic.
A new Dota 2 Major is landing in Birmingham, England, this May. The ESL One Birmingham will dangle $1 million and 1,500 DPC points for its 12 competitors.
Season 5 of the ECS began this week with teams in Europe and North America battling through 18 qualifying matches to earn places in the June finals.
Russia’s Virtus.pro added the Bucharest Major’s DPC points and winner’s purse to their spoils from ESL Katowice just two weeks ago. They continued their dominant form at the latest DPC Major.
The National Hockey League announced it’s venture into esports by launching a multi-week international tournament developed around EA Sports’ NHL 18 game.
Daybreak Games’ popular battle royal shooter H1Z1 is getting its own Pro League after partnering with league operator Twin Galaxies for coordination and Facebook for content broadcasting.
Many snubbed players from the NBA 2K League Combine think the selection process may have been rigged. Read on as we break down the rules and the accusations.
Strategy games have a tough time making it as esports, but could one game buck that trend? An esports tournament based on Football Manager is scheduled for spring in the UK.
Fnatic caused a big upset at the Intel Extreme Masters Katowice 2018 World Championships by defeating the much-fancied FaZe Clan for their first Premier title in two years.