February 12, 2020

Top CS:GO teams to look out for in 2020

Esports has a lot to look forward to in 2020 with some top CS:GO teams. The scene is constantly developing and this year brings new and high potential teams. They may not be world-beaters, yet, but the potential is there for these teams to reach greatness in 2020. FaZe Clan Whilst they looked troubled for […]

February 6, 2020

How Call of Duty created esports

In 2020, esports became a normal part of youth culture. But although it has been normalized to such a degree, it wasn’t always accepted. What paved the way for games like League of Legends or Overwatch were the countless montages of Call of Duty players sniping their friends to the sound of Skrillex in 2011. […]

December 27, 2019

The Call of Duty League changes course on Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the league, every creature was stirring, even the mouse. In a surprising Christmas Eve decision, the Call of Duty league changed the league’s format. The original intention was for the CDL to operate like the OWL with each Homestand Weekend basically acting as regular-season matches for teams. […]

November 25, 2019

PUBG Global Championship: Who took the Crown?

This November has been filled to the brim with high-octane Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds action. The PUBG Global Championships saw 32 teams gather from across the globe. After 48 total matches played over two weeks, Gen.G from the PUBG Korea League have triumphed over the rest of the field to claim the lion’s share of $4 […]

November 6, 2019

A guide to CS:GO’s Intel Extreme Masters XIV

S-Tier Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Beijing-Haidan 2019 is right around the corner. The ESL organized tournament is a part of the 14th season of IEM’s CS:GO series of competitions. The event will take place in the Haidan District of Beijing, China. This event makes it the 12th event organized by ESL […]

November 6, 2019

Forbes’ list shows American esports organizations aren’t ‘awful business’

Originally, estimated with market revenue of $130 million in 2012, according to Statista, esports is a growing industry continuing to thrive. Esports has now grown more than five times by the year 2018 and is predicted to reach up to $1.7 billion by the year 2022. Statistically, it proves its increasing success as a business […]

October 18, 2019

The First-Ever Fortnite Simon Cup

Simon Property Group has begun online qualifiers for their first-ever Simon Cup Fortnite tournament. The competition is meant for amateur players who want to see if they have what it takes to be an esports player. Competitors can choose from three different online regional qualifiers for a chance to move on to the regional finals. […]

October 7, 2019

FaZe Clan takes PUBG Europe League, EU’s PUBG Global Championship teams decided

The Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Europe League has come to an end for 2019. After six grueling weeks of competition, FaZe Clan have risen above the rest and are the Champions for the second straight phase. Champions of Phase 3, @FaZeClan accomplished back-to-back #PEL domination! Compiling 51 points across the final six matches, the squad delivered […]

October 3, 2019

Evil Geniuses, Team Liquid and Astralis: a three-way battle for CS:GO supremacy

Evil Geniuses’ ESL One New York 2019 victory positions the North American team as one of the top contenders for the title of the world’s best CS:GO team. Evil Geniuses won ESL One New York 2019 after a 3-1 victory over Astralis in a surprisingly one-sided Grand Finals. Despite just one victory, EG’s playstyle and […]

September 25, 2019

Top three teams to watch at ESL One New York

ESL One New York starts up in just a few days, and many of the eight participating teams come in with high hopes. Half of them also have changed their roster in the past month since the Berlin Major. This is the second tournament of the Intel Grand Slam Season 3.Many of the strongest teams […]

September 23, 2019

IEM XIV Beijing: what’s known so far

What is IEM? The Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) is a series of international esports tournaments. Sponsored by Intel, these Electronic Sports League (ESL) sanctioned events are held in numerous countries around the world throughout the year. The collaborative series of tournaments throughout the year together form a season. Owned by Turtle Entertainment, the league has […]

August 30, 2019

ENCE and NRG advance to StarLadder Berlin’s Champion Stage

Counter Strike’s Berlin Major has seen its first two teams advance to the top 8 bracket stage. In the first BO3, ENCE won a convincing 2-0 over Vitality. Similarly, NRG took Astralis down in 2 maps, albeit in a much more dramatic fashion. ENCE’s Advance The first High match of the day saw the Finish […]

August 21, 2019

Team Empire upsets G2 Esports to win Rainbow 6 Raleigh Major

Against all the naysayers, Team Empire defeated G2 Esports after beating them 3-1 in an exhilarating best-of-five series to become the 2019 Six Major Raleigh  Champions. Team Empire has been at the heels of G2 Esports ever since they lost to them in Montreal at the Rainbow Six Invitational earlier in the year. G2 Esports […]

August 8, 2019

Burger King FaZes Up with New Partnership

FaZe Clan confirms new non-endemic partnership with fast-food chain Burger King on Twitter on August 7. They are collaborating to promote the newest release on the menu, The Impossible Whopper. FaZe continues to be one of the most known organizations in esports and have collaborated with a variety of notable brands. From clothing manufacturer Champion […]

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