Second Major CS:GO of 2019 Announced!

The second major CS:GO event of 2019 will take place in Berlin, Germany. It’ll be the first major CS:GO event ever held in the German city and the fifteenth major in CS:GO history. “Our company was founded out of an immense passion for Counter-Strike,” Said Alexander Chegrinez, Head of Business Continue Reading

All-Female Russian LOL Team Heavily Beaten 52-2: An “Experiment” That Damages Female Esports?

Vaevictis Esports created an all-female, Russian, League of Legends team to compete in the Continental league last week, but after the team suffered a 52-2 overall loss in their first three matches is the formation of the team doing more harm than good for female Esports? The performance aside, any Continue Reading

King Esports win the FIFA eClub World Cup

There wasn’t much of a shock at the FIFA eClub World Cup in London, as heavy favourites, King eSports won the third title of FIFA eClub World Cup champions and became the first pair to wrestle away the title from the two times champions, Brøndby eSport. The highly fancied pair Continue Reading

Take your shot at the $75,000 COD world league open!

On May 3rd – 5th the copper box Arena, in London, will host The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 World League Championships, European leg, with 16 of the very best teams going head to head for a share of the $325,000 prize pool in front of up to 7,500 Continue Reading

$250,000 Hearthstone Winter Championship announced!

16 competitors from across four regions will go head-to-head for their share of $250,000, 251 Hearthstone Competitive Points (CP) and the title of the Hearthstone Championship tour: Winter Champion. The best players from North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe and China have emerged from their regional qualifies to book their place at Continue Reading

PSV Pinna97 Wins February Gfinity FIFA 19 Series And Claims $8,750 Top Prize

In a cross-platform final that went all the way to Penalties, PSV Eindhoven’s Stefano ‘PSV Pinnah97’ Pinna won narrowly against Michael ‘Megabit’ Bittner in the Gfinity FIFA 19 series for February. Pinna took home a tidy $8,750 (£6,650 approximately) and 750 global series ranking points, not bad for a two-day Continue Reading

$25,000 Gwent Masters Event Announced

The first Gwent Masters event of the 2019 calendar has been announced for 16th-17th of March, with a prize pool of $25,000 (£19,000), crown points and a spot in the 5th Gwent Challenger tournament up for grabs. You can watch the whole series live through the official CD PROJEKT RED Continue Reading