June 10, 2020

The issues with VALORANT post-launch

Riot’s newest child VALORANT is finally out of beta. The first patch came with a multitude of changes and improvements but also with what I consider to be some pretty glaring VALORANT problems and flaws. The biggest flaw that I can’t believe they omitted from the full release, a vote kick option. Given this game’s […]

May 29, 2020

VALORANT statistics released by Riot Games after closed beta

The end of the VALORANT closed beta looms overhead and the game launches on June 2. As the launch approaches, fans seek more content and information regarding VALORANT’s success. Today, Riot Games shared some VALORANT statistics the team collected over the beta’s lifespan from April 7 to May 28. VALORANT Statistics According to the VALORANT […]

April 20, 2020

Call of Duty: Warzone, the best battle royale to date

Warzone is Call of Duty’s foray into the battle royale category of games. Warzone has picked up steam (but not on Steam) over the past few weeks and it’s a strong competitor to the already existing BRs. With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 3 recently launched, the new game’s popularity is impressive. To begin […]

February 7, 2020

CS:GO update quiets abusive players

Valve finally gave meaning to in-game CS:GO reports of “Abusive Voice Chat” and “Abusive Text Chat”. Their latest CS:GO update, appropriately named Squelching the Noise, aims to put an end to audio and text chat spammers. The system, not yet deployed, combines the “Abusive Voice Chat” and “Abusive Text Chat” report options into a single […]

January 15, 2020

CS:GO Weapon Case Values

It has been seven years since the release of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s first case, an in-game cosmetics loot box for CS:GO weapon skins. While some cases retain value throughout the years, most have dropped to the lowest possible price on the Steam Marketplace of $0.03. Listed below are CS:GO’s dozens of cases, in order of […]

October 25, 2019

The inactive pros of CS:GO

With esports being such a fluid, ever-changing ecosystem, it’s nothing new when a team announces a new player or the departure of a player. Sometimes, players go inactive from their teams and do not come back into the spotlight for more than a few months. Let’s take a look at some players who were previously […]

October 18, 2019

Starting a Career as an Esports Writer – Esportz Network Podcast

Many esports fans want to turn their passion into a career, and being a writer feels like a great way to start. Mitch Reames and Gabriel “H3nley” Ionica go behind-the-scenes in the lives of esports writers, how to best start a career and what it takes to succeed. Be warned, the ecosystem as a whole […]

August 26, 2019

The Bane of Non-Prime Matchmaking

CS:GO going free-to-play wasn’t a move that anyone expected from Valve. The move brought more people to the game allowing it to reach the highest number of average players since release. With such a move, Valve needed alternative ways to make the game profitable. Thus, they made the decision of making Prime available to purchase […]

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