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Gfinity has announced the Gfinity Elite Series competition, which will give everyone a chance at competing at the highest level and will offer international competition.
The inaugural eSports Industry Awards is almost upon us, with the show taking place on Monday night from 7pm. Make sure you don't miss out on the evening's events by ...
Time to dust off your finery and get your dancing shoes ready.
Last week, the UK boxed games market was down by more than 50 per cent year-on-year.
This week, we talk to the firm behind the Pokémon Go phenomenon.
Ronnie "Talespin" DuPree has left the Team EnVyUs Overwatch squad saying “I wasn't happy being on the team.”
The biggest fighting game tournament of the year will once again return in 2017, taking place exclusively at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.
Atlus’s stylish RPG Persona 5 has been delayed by a couple of months in the West.
Both the new 3D Mario adventure and Bethesda’s RPG Skyrim will launch alongside the Nintendo Switch in March.
Cult British sci-fi series Doctor Who could be joined by one of its big cultural compatriots in Warner’s LEGO Dimension series.
Nintendo has handed out a severe punishment to those who have pirated Pokemon Sun and Moon.
The future of the Titanfall series is looking less certain than previously thought.
CIS eSports organisation Virtus.Pro has returned to League of Legends by singing a new team.
Gfinity has announced a partnership with AVerMedia, who will be sponsoring upcoming FIFA 17 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare online competitions.
Internet giant Google is building a new London HQ which is hopes will create in the region of 3,000 new jobs.
The unlikely return of retro classic Daytona to arcades has been seen in motion for the first time.
Monster Energy has formally sponsored Team Liquid despite the two organisations working together for some time.
Peru is the 52th biggest games market in the world, data firm Newzoo reports, and generating an estimated $103m (£83m) in revenue for 2016.
There’s no reason why PEGI 18 rated Watch Dogs 2 shouldn’t include some genitals here and there, we suppose, but the news did admittedly take us by surprise.
It seems that PS4 owners may be getting a helping hand compared to vanilla PS4 players in some online titles.
Nintendo’s new NES Classic Mini has hit shelves in Japan and has had a rather good start to its life.
Amiqus business manager Liz Prince talks about how the evolution of the industry has impacted recruitment.
Publisher EA has spoken cautiously about the prospects for Nintendo’s new Switch console.
Power Rangers has announced that its Dota 2 team, which has been together in one way or another for the best part of three years, has disbanded.