Michael “Imaqtpie” Santana, a former pro League of Legends player, was recently heard on a Twitch stream blasting streamer Michael “TobiasFate,” in which he claimed it was “McDonald’s or Twitch.” During the stream, Imaqtpie had been subjected to eight deaths whilst writing his message leading up to 13 minutes gone...
Fox Sports has announced that they will be hosting FIFA 19 eSports events throughout the course of 2019. These Global Series events will take place in the US, as well as other territories including the FIFA eNations Cup in London and the season finale of the hotly contested FIFA eWorld Cup.
The Weeknd has invested Esports organisation in OverActive Media (OAM), and will be the first global ambassador to be associated with the company. The Weeknd will serve as a part of the parent company of Toronto Defiant and Splyce, who both compete in the renowned Overwatch League competition.
The moment that so many have waited for is finally upon us, as the UKLC whittles down to just two teams in the series final, which pitted Fnatic Rising against Diabolus. Ultimately, after being a standout outfit throughout the entire split, it was who emerged victorious.
Riot Games has made the announcement that they will no longer be running Rift Rivals events for play-in regions, which include CIS, Brazil, Latin America, Japan, Southeast Asia, Oceania, Vietnam and Turkey.
Today Comcast Corp. has revealed that they are planning on creating a $50 million arena in Philadelphia to be used specifically for eSports. The Fusion Arena will boast 3,500 seats in the venue, as well as offering training facilities and more for players.
The Manchester and London campuses of the University Campus of Football Business (UCFB) will be hosting a FIFA tournament with a cash prize of £1000 for whoever becomes the UCFB eSports champion.
Danish eSports powerhouse Astralis have been crowned champions of BLAST Pro Series once again, reestablishing their dominance on the CS:GO scene.