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Meet the Renegades, the grassroots Paladins team that met on Facebook

The Paladins Premier League Fall Finals kicks off today with several of the world’s top teams competing for a chunk of the $50,000 prize pool. One of these teams is Team Renegades, playing today against G2 Esports. Renegades are unique in the esports scene because they met on Paladin’s Facebook …

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Hi-Rez launches casting talent reality show

The worlds of reality TV and casting have collided with the launch of a new weekly show from SMITE developer Hi-Rez. Called ‘The Caster’, the series sees ten contestants competing with one another for the chance to cast during 2018’s Hi-Rez Expo, where the World Championships for both SMITE and …

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$50,000 Paladins tournament to take place at DreamHack Valencia

Hi-Rez has announced a Paladins “Console Wars” competition that is due to take place at DreamHack Valencia.  The competition will pit the best Xbox One and PS4 Paladins teams against each other, as they compete for a share of the $50,000 prize pool. The Xbox finals will take place first …

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Competitive SMITE returns for 2017 with new $120,000 LAN event

SMITE is back for another year of action packed eSports action with both PC and console competitions making a return.  Right now the open bracket for the SMITE Pro League is taking place, with the top teams battling it out for a spot in the SMITE Pro League Spring Split. …

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Hi-Rez reveal Clash Royale style Smite Rivals title

Smite developers Hi-Rez announced Smite Rivals at the Hi-Rez Expo overnight. The title hold more than a few similarities to SuperCell’s Clash Royale.  Smite Rivals is a mobile and PC title, with players being able to play seamlessly on both platforms with the same account. It will also be free …

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Smite streamer leaves Hi-Rez after live suicide rant

Streamer Brandon ‘DM Brandon’ Nance has announced his decision to quit the scene shortly after he embarked on a controversial rant about the morality of suicide. Eurogamer reports that the outburst followed a $5 donation on his stream from a viewer who added that watching Nance’s streams had helped them …

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