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Three Lines Caused A Fuss: The ELEAGUE Logo Trademark Opposed By Adidas

Adidas expresses its disapproval of Turner Sports’ esports venture ELEAGUE’s logo trademark by filing an opposition to its application. ELEAGUE has established itself as a top broadcaster in esports after creating events for nearly 18 months. With the upcoming second Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major in January, the venture continues to earn fame among esports fans. Keep reading...

These Japan-Inspired CS:GO Skins Are Worth The Hype

CS:GO players who want their guns to be nice to look at as they take down their enemies tend to personalize their guns with skins. Each player has their own taste when it comes to choosing skins. Anime lovers, or simply anyone who likes all things that are inspired by Japan, could actually buy some Keep reading...

Ban-Hammer: 3 CS:GO Players Banned During The European Minor Qualifiers

CS:GO team Optimistic’s KerZe, Invictus Aquilas’ Ciocardau, and PlanetenOG’s SodaH were all found guilty of cheating by CEVO, the tournament’s server-client host, while playing on their online qualifier games. CEVO, has included an anti-cheat system in the client to survey all cheating and manipulations during the game. In which, all of their bans will be based Keep reading...

Accentuate The ‘S’ in Riot Games: Riot Founders Focuses On Developing New Games

The company built by Beck and Merrill eleven years ago has now over 2,500 Rioters across 20 offices in different part of the world. One of the largest gaming publishers in the egames industry, Riot Games, is supported by its primary shareholder Tencent Inc and produces some of the world’s biggest esports events. This company Keep reading...

Dust II: CS:GO’s Famous Map Returns For Beta Testing

The most played map throughout the history CS:GO finally made its comeback on the 11th of October. It was initially removed from Active Duty competitive play in February and replaced by the revamped Inferno map. Dust II’s old version can still be played but it became unavailable for competitive play and was not included in tournaments Keep reading...

Has SKT Achieved Greatness In League?

SKT has completely dominated League of legends matches with over 3 championships–in that three, two League championships were won in two straight years–you can say that along with a few constants in life like death, taxes, change, that SKT winning the Worlds feels like they belong to this group of constants. So far, only SKT has Keep reading...

DotA 2 Patch: Expect Better Games Without Playing Alongside Toxic Players

In its most recent patch, Valve changed how the matchmaking system works in hopes of fixing the lingering issue of toxicity in the community. Now, with the recent implementation of behavior scores, caused games to have players that vary in matchmaking rating (MMR), leading to frustration among the community because this matchmaking system made much Keep reading...

Rejoice CS:GO Players: Valve Extends Operation Hydra Until November

Extension for the new Chinese players Operation Hydra has been extended until November 13, making it the longest-running event by the CS:GO community and developers. A blog post published by Valve announced that they extended the event for the new Chinese players who had recently joined and played the game to be able to participate in Keep reading...

Breaking The Status Quo: Female Esports Players Turned World Champions

Finding female esports players is not difficult these days. But still, it is amazing to know that there are successful women in a predominantly male industry such as esports. In 2014, six female esports players under one team all competed at a tournament in Paris. Without any sponsor to help them, they paid for their own Keep reading...

The Boston Major 2018: ELEAGUE Selected As Tournament Host

Esports tournament host, ELEAGUE will open the calendar year of 2018 as it is set to host the Valve Major tournament, The Boston Major for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). ELEAGUE 2018 will take place in Boston, Massachusetts in late January 2018. The CS:GO playoffs will take place at Boston University’s Agganis Arena from January 26 Keep reading...