EA Sports has been cracking down recently on a number of FIFA 19 pro players who have been found purchasing and selling coins, which fails to comply with the Global Series rules. This has seen multiple players being suspended from taking part in what’s left of the FIFA 19 season, and pro player Kylem “Lyricz” Edwards is now also facing disciplinary action.
Despite some recent technical issues for the Overwatch League, the competition has enjoyed the best possible weekend of Stage Two. On the Thursday, some viewers were unable to watch the action take place, which prompted a response from Blizzard on the game’s forums.
For those who enjoy the creative side of Fortnite, this may well be of interest to you. Epic Games has announced they will be holding a $3 Million competition based in the game’s Creative mode, which will take place in July at the World Cup.
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.