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Making the waters a little more attractive: The big structural changes that eSports needs to make if it wishes to attract investors
In our last article we discussed the disproportion of eSports, given its viewership (and its relative young-ness) it should be growing at a much larger rate than it currently is. ...
The International 2016's qualifiers are over. The 18 teams who will travel to Seattle are set. At this time of the year, the building anticipation has the power to stall ...
Earlier today the eSports Integrity Coalition was announced, which aims to end match fixing, doping and cheating in general in the eSports world.
Microsoft has revealed that Xbox users will soon have the option to have their avatars use a wheelchair.
There have never been more indie games on the market.
One YouTube star has come out and openly admitted to taking part in a fake Counter Strike auction video to promote a site.
Sega’s latest purchase is the French developer behind the Endless series, Amplitude.
Over two million people downloaded the Resident Evil 7 demo within its first week, beating previous PS4 records.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Xbox Play Anywhere program will apply to all future titles it publishes.
British outlet Rare has furthered strengthened its workforce by picking up devs from studios struck by layoffs and closures.
Two leading YouTubers have been accused of duping viewers into using a Counter Strike weapon skin gambling site that they themselves established.
Sony’s streaming video service Vue has passed the 100k subscriber mark a little over a year since its debut.
The amount of money generated by video game Kickstarter campaigns has fallen considerably for the first half of 2016 compared with that of 2015.
This year’s Star Fox Zero has been named as the Wii U’s most underrated game by legendary Nintendo developer Shigeru Miyamoto.
Blizzard is looking for someone to head up its Diablo franchise following the news that game director Josh Mosqueira has left the studio.
Warner Bros’ LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens has debuted at the top spot in the UK charts.
ESL One Cologne, the upcoming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major, has sold out the LANXESS arena.
The top eight of the Street Fighter V tournament at EVO will be broadcast live on ESPN2.
Registration for EVO, the largest fighting game event of the year, just closed with 5,065 people signing up for the Street Fighter V tournament.
Platform holder Nintendo has shut down a Kickstarter campaign, claiming it made an “unauthorised use of Nintendo's copyrights.”
The latest purchase of Swedish games firm Starbreeze is France’s ePawn, a company focused on virtual reality, augmented reality and toys-to-life.
Nightdive Studios has announced it is in talks with Sony to bring System Shock to its PlayStation 4 console.
The CEO of Gran Turismo developer Polyphony has had some less than kind words to say about the PlayStation 3.