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The Latest Rush Esports Event In Pretoria

The latest Rush esports event kicked off at Time Square Casino in Pretoria this weekend, showcasing some of the best gaming talent South Africa has to offer. The event hosted a number of tournaments across various titles, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Fortnite, and FIFA 18. South...

China’s RNG Wins 1st World Title At 2018 LOL Midseason Invitational

The Royal Never Give Up (RNG) team from China's e-sport League of Legends (LOL) professional players won the trophy after beating KZ team from South Korea by 3-1 during the Mid-season Invitational (MSI) on May 20 in Paris. The RNG squad ascended to the greatness...

Polish Esports Report, April-May 2018: Household Brand Deals, And A CS:GO National Stadium Event

This report was guest-written by Projekt Esport, an independent community of experts from the Polish esports industry. It connects people with a very wide spectrum of qualifications, from beginners, young talents, up to experienced professionals at the highest level. According to multiple studies, Poland is...

FIFA World Cup Bracket Challenge 2018: Proven Computer Simulation Unveils Surprising Upset Picks

The 2018 World Cup knockout stage is officially underway, and while many of the favorites have advanced, several teams are noticeably absent. Defending champion Germany failed to advance past the group stage, while Argentina and Portugal lost their opening match in the Round of...

Counter-Strike Pros Form The Counter-Strike Professional Players Association

About 90 top Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players announced the formation of the Counter-Strike Professional Players Association (CSPPA) on Friday, formalizing unofficial groups that have previously existed over the past few years. The association has elected seven players from around the globe to serve on its...

E-sport Popularity Mushrooms But Money Lags Behind

It is a paradox pitting popularity against relative pittances—e-sports have exploded into the global consciousness but the big money has not yet appeared pitchside, or screenside. Participation has soared as virtual games gain traction, with a worldwide fan audience now estimated at 280 million, approaching...

DOTA 2 Team Kicked From $15 Million Championship For Macros

A brand new eSports scandal has surfaced, this time a DOTA 2 team has been kicked out of running for a $15 million prize pool for a player using macros throughout a game. Motherboard has reported that Valve has disqualified a South American Peruvian DOTA...

World Of Warcraft Battle For Azeroth War Mode Drastically Changes PvP

Since the first days of World of Warcraft, the war between the Horde and the Alliance has been raging. That war always raged a little harder on PvP servers, where players could take each other out in contested territories around the open world, but...