Entries in 'esports' (521)
League of Legends developer Riot Games and MLB Advanced Media’s BAMTech have entered into an exclusive monetisation and commercialisation partnership worth at least $50m per year.
Since its escape from financial trouble and subsequent relaunch in 2012, GAME has been putting a lot of effort into evolving its business.
Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year.
Boom.TV has attracted investment totally $3.5m to launch a livestreaming platform that allows users to view eSports action from any angle they choose.
Starting May 2017 developers whose games contain random loot box drops will be required to reveal the underlying odds.
AD&D, a new partnership formed by UK agency Attention Seekers and US events giants Done & Dusted, has said it wants to do for competitive gaming what Sky did ...
The worlds of Hollywood and eSports are to collide in a new comedy starring Will Ferrell.
The live stream of the first ever eSports Industry Awards is now available to watch on demand on Twitch
Ginx eSports TV has announced a brand new daily show called The Bridge that will see industry professionals discussing the latest goings on in the world of eSports.
Dream Team is selling its place in the North American League of Legends Challenger Series to Tempo Storm.
Streaming platform Twitch has announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with both Team SoloMid and Cloud 9 to collaborate on many areas related to sponsorship and sales.
Riot Games looks set to sell the streaming rights for its League of Legends Championship Series to Major League Baseball Advanced Media.
The latest patch to go live on the Overwatch PTR has reworked Symmetra and given her an extra ultimate.
Earlier this month the Street Fighter V team launched a new DLC stage called Skies of Honor, but it has now been banned in pro play.
This past weekend saw the Intel Extreme Masters head to Oakland for the first time, with the event pulling in almost half a million concurrent viewers.
Overwatch organisation Reunited is apparently in talks with major sports clubs from the NBA, Premier League, and Bundesliga about a potential sale.
Last night saw the first ever eSports Industry Awards take place at The Brewery in central London.
The International Format Group has announced the awfully named Gamerz, a reality show that will see thousands of players try to get a slot on the organisation’s CS:GO team.
After news broke yesterday that the Echo Fox CS:GO team had broken up, ELEAGUE has now announced that the team has been replaced in the Americas Minor Championship.
In a somewhat unprecedented move the Echo Fox organisation has told all of its CS:GO players that they are free to pursue opportunities with other teams if they so wish. ...
The Gfinity Elite Series gives regular gamers a shot at the big leagues but that's about all we know
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.
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.
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.