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It's going down boys and girls. Monday 27th ET. Palms will be sweaty and there'll be vomit on sweaters already. Possibly due to Mom's...
Though several issues lay unresolved for Overwatch League (OWL) investors and team organisers, the problem that has many players and consumers scratching their heads is a cultural one.
Since EnVyUs was eliminated from Group A of Apex, everyone's attention has switch to Lunatic-Hai and their roster of superstars. The fan-favourite team has been...
Pause the game, drop the controller, and listen up Smite lovers! If you haven’t been tuning into the Smite Pro League over the last month then we have one simple piece of advice for you, start watching!
Long running Fighting Game Tournament Final Round kicks off this weekend. And yes, the number "20" does indeed indicate that the series has gone on for 20 years! Orchestrated by community veteran Larry "Shin Blanka" Dixon and his dedicated team, the event will be running over 16 games and doubles up as the first Capcom Pro Tour Premier Event.
In the world of Smite loyalty is highly valued. With rosters constantly changing and new players & organisations coming through the ranks, fans tend to attach themselves to a team rather than to a player. These Smite teams are generally owned by organisations that field rosters in other games as well so the fan is associated to the brand, but what happens when one of the biggest and most loved organisations goes missing? Well earlier this month we found out.
For the better part of the last year, EnVyUs has been one of the best Western teams in Overwatch eSports. With specialists like Taimou, Harryhook and Mickie leading the charge, they've taken down talent from around the world, and have several major tournament victories under their belt including Apex Season 1 and MLG Las Vegas.
Rogue has been somewhat absent from the spotlight as of late, being snubbed of an invite to Apex season 2 and struggling to get their talent-laden roster performing to expectations.
With the announcement of their new professional circuit featuring a whopping $100,000 prize pool, Brawlhalla has been turning plenty of heads within the eSports community.
Something you may not know about eSports is that teams operate much like traditional sports teams. That is, they have a strict training regimen, workout schedule and often go through organisational changes.
The last couple of months have been very exciting for the Overwatch community. There have been enormous meta shifts, a new map, the addition of Sombra, and several action-packed eSports tournaments. What's even better is that it all happened within the parameters of Overwatch's third ladder season, giving players a substantial amount of content to study and tinker with on their journey to Grand Master. Or Silver, no judging here.