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    5 of the Fastest Growing Cities in the Esports Industry

    If you are all about esports and gaming, you are probably wondering about the fastest growing cities in the esports industry. Esports has become a million-dollar industry, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. So more cities are building esports arenas and launching esports teams. In some states, they even offer esports […] More

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    Dota 2: An Interesting Overview of The International 2019

    The International is the annual global eSports event hosted by Valve. They are the creators and developers of the popular eSports title, Dota 2. Dota 2 is a popular MOBA game and the sequel to Dota, which is an acronym that means “Defense of the Ancients.” A New Venue This year’s International or  TI9 will […] More

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    Disney Heroes Game: Is It Okay for Young Children to Play?

    When people think of Disney, they think of family-friendly entertainment that is appropriate for even the youngest members of the family. This goes for their locations, films, toys, video games and more. One of the massive company’s latest offerings is a video game to play on mobile devices they named Disney Heroes. Disney Heroes is […] More

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    Why South Korea is the Home of Esports

    There are few sports that can be rightfully associated with a single country. However, esports is the sport of South Korea as much as baseball is the sport of America. Esports is not the only thing South Koreans do, much like baseball isn’t the only sport Americans play. But South Korea is the home of […] More

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    An Overview of the First Fortnite World Cup

    Fortnite is the global gaming sensation that has over 250 million registered users and generated over $2.4 billion in revenue in 2018. They will launch the Fortnite World Cup, their first-ever global esports tournament in late July 2019 with a prize pool of $100 million. And that is the largest prize pool in eSports ever. […] More

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    Microsoft and Sony Team Up Against Google

    Microsoft and Sony signed a “memorandum of understanding” demonstrating the intent of both companies to work together to develop cloud and AI technologies. This means that Sony will begin using Microsoft Azure to further explore and develop cloud gaming solutions along with Microsoft. However, most people thought they’d never see Microsoft and Sony team up […] More

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    Immortals Gaming Club to Buy OpTic Gaming

    Immortals Gaming Club has acquired OpTic Gaming, according to ESPN. This acquisition will cost Immortals an estimated $40 million. However, it will give them control over OpTic Gaming and all of its eSports teams and players. But they will also be responsible for the future payment of debts and fees that OpTic had accrued. Notably, […] More

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    ESPN is Finally Embracing Esports as an Actual Sport

    The major sports network, famous for showing basketball, football, and a wide variety of other “on the field sports” has finally given esports the attention it deserves. ESPN has held esports tournaments in the past but they won’t compare to the new EXP sports series that they’re starting. This EXP esports series premiered with Apex […] More

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    Geguri Enables Female Gamers to Cope With the Women in Esports Problem

    Esports Has Struggled to Become Woman Friendly Esports has been historically tough for women and girls to navigate. Women that have made it professionally, like Geguri, have found themselves bombarded with scrutiny over their appearance, in addition to hand-wringing over the choice of characters they decide to play. And of course, there’s more than the […] More

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    Is the Overwatch League About to Collapse?

    Blizzard, the developers of popular games like World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, and Overwatch, have been facing a lot of trouble as of late. With the recent round of layoffs, the effective end of Heroes of the Storm‘s esports scene, as well as the debacle around Diablo Immortal to name a few. Not only that, but Overwatch, their massively successful First […] More

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