As day two was brought to an end, we caught up with TeamOne's Jean-Michel "mch" D'Oliveira to hear about the team moving to North America and their outlook moving forward.
North will miss GG:Origin due to a schedule conflict, the Danish organization has revealed on Twitter.
theScore esports Daily (March 14): Old Spice sponsors Overwatch Contenders, ESL announces South American league and largest U.S. esports stadium opens in Arlington
theScore esports Daily is a once-a-day briefing covering the top news stories from around the world of esports.Old Spice sponsor Overwatch Contenders leagueOld Spice has signed on as an official sponsor of Overwatch Contenders North America.
Since the summer of 2012, we’ve been treated to nearly six years of increible Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competition. But if you haven’t been watching CS:GO for all that time, we got you covered.
Once upon a time, Fnatic was known as the best team in CS:GO.Recently, Fnatic fans were treated to a return to glory as the core crew of KRIMZ, JW and Flusha showed us they still got what it takes… with the help of newcomers Golden and Lekr0 of course.
GESC: Indonesia's the first Dota 2 Minor to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia, and fan expectations are high!https://www.gosugamers.
City of Arlington, TX and Infinite Esports & Entertainment have announced a partnership to bring a dedicated, state-of-the-art esports venue to the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. The Esports Stadium Arlington is due to open in the Fall of 2018, with the announcement claiming this would be the largest esports stadium in the United States at launch.
[WIP!] [STATUS: PBE is up! Working!]The PBE has been updated! As we continue the 8.6 PBE cycle, today's patch includes a new login theme featuring Gun Goddess Miss Fortune, as well as more tentative balance changes!Continue reading for more information!(Warning: PBE Content is tentative and subject to change - what you see below may not reflect what eventually gets pushed to live servers at the end of the cycle! Manage your expectations accordingly.
n August 2017, ESL brought aboard former Counter-Strike professional player and commentator Jonas “bsl” Vikan as its global tournament director. This is a role that lies at the heart of professional esports, ensuring the games are conducted with fair play in mind, and that relationships between players, teams, and the organizer remain in a good.
Today's red post collection includes Meddler's quick gameplay thoughts for March 14th, covering surveys, hiding healthbars, and more, as well as an update on open parties and voice, a new Matchmaking dev blog, & more!Continue reading for more information!Red Post Collection: New Ahri Merch, Emote Sales: Round Two, Face Your Fears, & More3/13 PBE Update: More Tentative Balance ChangesTable of ContentsQuick Gameplay Thoughts: March 14 Parties level up!/Dev: Making Matchmaking Better Quick
On March 12, former Blizzard employee Alex Penn tweeted that he was starting his first day with PUBG Corp in Santa Monica. An esports professional moving from Blizzard to work on PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS might be newsworthy on its own, but what was truly interesting about the tweet was Penn’s job title.
Javier Mascherano, Argentinean and former FC Barcelona footballer, is venturing into the esports industry by partnering with a Latin American esports agency, eSports Planet. Mascherano’s goal in esports is to develop both football content and tournaments for the Latin American community.
Season 5 of the Rocket League Championship Series is underway, and it’s been announced that Snickers has jumped on board as the official sponsor. Snickers has joined the ranks of State Farm and Old Spice as partners of the RLCS.
FACEIT is expanding its scouting operations to North America, which means amateur CS:GO prospects will get the chance to compete with professional players and prove their merit.
Four of the top 5 teams in the DPC have accepted direct invites to attend MDL Changsha Major scheduled for May 2018. Click here to read the full article.