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Blizzard announces HP and Intel as sponsors for the Overwatch League

Blizzard has announced HP and Intel as official partners for the Overwatch League. The news, delivered in a plaintext tweet without an image, link or any other accompanying media, states as much as i’ve already told you. HP and Intel are going to be sponsors for the Overwatch League, but …

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Amazon’s competitive hero brawler Breakaway is on “indefinite hiatus”

Sources suggest that Amazon Game Studios’ hero brawler Breakaway has been canned. Probably.  Kotaku reported sources claiming that Breakaway, Amazon Game Studios’ highest profile project, announced on September 29, 2016, was essentially cancelled, with the game on indefinite hiatus and developers moving on to other projects within the company. Shortly …

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Bungie unbans Destiny 2 players, insists PC bans aren’t due to third party software

Update: 26/10: Blizzard continue to claim the bans aren’t the fault of third party software, although have unbanned several users, claiming that some bans were overturned upon “further review” of their PC security measures. This raises the important question of exactly what is throwing up false positives for Bungie’s big ol’ …

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Echo Fox announce supergroup Call of Duty roster ahead of WWII launch

Echo Fox has revealed its Call of Duty roster just shy of WWII’s launch. The esports organisation has signed a well regarded team, picking up Brice Faccento, Renato ‘Saints’ Forza, Adam ‘Assault’ Garcia and Peirce ‘Gunless’ Hillman. Each of the quartet had a string of individual successes, making Echo Fox’s …

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We’re giving away 150 codes for Laser League’s beta test this weekend

Have you ever fancied your chances as a cyberpunk sports star? Do you fancy taking a crack at Roll7’s new competitive multiplayer game? Do you have a PC? If you answered yes to the above, or at least two out of the three above, we’ve got just the ticket. We’re …

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Call of Duty: WWII to launch with GameBattles integration

Call of Duty: WWII will have GameBattles integration at launch, it’s been revealed. The feature was confirmed by Michael Condrey, the chief operating and development officer at Sledgehammer Games, in response to a fan question on Twitter. GameBattles integration means that those who want to get involved in esports at …

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Valve’s remaster of legendary Counter-Strike map Dust II is coming in next beta

For Counter-Strike players old and new, Dust II is something special. Home of a thousand frags, Dust II is probably the series’ most played map, and if you’re watching a frag-video and it’s got sand in the background it’s probably this video, or one like it. It’s been several years …

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Capcom announce Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, free to all existing Street Fighter V owners

Capcom has announced the long rumoured Street Fighter V enhanced edition, entitled Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, after datamines and leaks revealed the game’s existence.  The Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition will be released worldwide on 16 January 2018, and given for free to all owners of Street Fighter V.  …

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The state of professional Rocket League: inside the game’s surging esports scene

There’s nothing quite like Rocket League in competitive gaming today. Sure, FIFA has its pro players, but that’s a serious, by-the-numbers simulation. Competitive Rocket League, on the other hand, challenges coordinated teams of three to blisteringly fast, acrobatic, aerial football battles in series of swift five-minute games. And they’re driving …

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Fan favourite Raiden zaps into Injustice 2

Mortal Kombat fan-favourite Raiden has arrived in Injustice 2, with the Lightning god bringing some of his special brand of snap, crackle and pop to the superhero bash ‘em up. Raiden is the second Mortal Kombat mainstay to hop from Mortal Kombat to fellow NetherRealm Studios fighter Injustice 2, although …

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