Jian “Uzi” Zi-hao is easily one of the best players in China’s League of Legends championship series, the LPL. But on the international stage, he’s frequently come up just short of the title. With a commanding win in today’s 2018 Midseason Invitationals, Uzi seems to have started his campaign to topple the regional…
This weekend, Splatoon 2 players ended a multi-week popularity contest over the best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. And unsurprisingly, they chose the objectively best turtle in the end, Donatello.
The start of stage 4 in the Overwatch League meant the debut of the newest hero in the game, Brigitte. The anti-dive support was a big question mark, as pros would be playing her on a patch where she was still incredibly dominant. But it turns out, at least in week 1, things were kind of okay.
The Madison Square Garden Company will break ground this summer in Las Vegas, according to officials (via AP), to build a massive sphere with projection and lights that sure does look like a damn blitzball arena from Final Fantasy X.
In today’s semifinals between the Flash Wolves and Kingzone, Su “Hanabi” Chia-Hsiang was pushing up to the bottom lane turret when he decided to take his leave for a scrap in the middle area of the map. The turret, scorned but undeterred, shot a parting blast at Hanabi that would eventually be his undoing.
The titular Dragon Balls don’t see a lot of actual use in competitive Dragon Ball FighterZ, as the conditions to gather them all and summon the wish-granting dragon aren’t always conducive to a player’s game plan. So when the opportunity to bring out Shenron in a match presents itself, you can bet a player like Goichi…
The 2018 Midseason Invitational comes to a close this weekend, marking about the halfway point in the competitive League of Legends season.
Like many time travel stories, Omensight relies on repetition. In the spiritual successor to the studio’s previous game, Stories: The Path of Destinies, you replay the same day’s events over and over from different perspectives and with new information. These loops eventually yield answers to a murder mystery, a lost…
The sounds of Street Fighter II are as iconic as anything else in the game, as shown by this incredible reenactment of the game by the two members of No Motion posted on Twitter.
The Philadelphia Fusion’s Overwatch Contenders team, University, is playing without jerseys in today’s season one finals, not due to a laundry mishap or lost luggage but apparently the giant “FU” emblazoned on their game wear.
Team Secret are the third team to qualify for The International 2018, a multi-million dollar Dota 2 world championship. The team joins the Virtus.Pro and Team Liquid in having secured a direct invite to the event, thanks to their placing in this weekend’s GESC Thailand tournament.
Fighters are gearing up for the coming season of major Dragon Ball FighterZ events, and few look as fearsome as Goichi “Go1" Kishida.
The group stage for the League of Legends Midseason Invitational is underway, and the international showcase of talent is already heating up.
Look. Pitchers getting hit in the head by batted balls happens all the time, and is no joke. But I dare you to watch this Super Mega Baseball 2 clip from Giant Bomb producer and Mario Maker nightmare creator Dan Ryckert and not laugh:
After spending the entire regular season in the 450-seat Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles, the Overwatch League grand finals will be in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn in July. The playoffs through the semifinals will be in L.A., and the two finalists meet in Brooklyn on July 27-28.
After dancing around each other as the two top teams of stage 3, the New York Excelsior and Boston Uprising finally settled the score in the grand finals of the stage’s playoffs. New York emerged victorious in a 3-0 win, securing back-to-back stage titles in the Overwatch League.
Fresh off a sponsorship from football club Paris Saint-Germain, LGD Gaming—now PSG.LGD—won this weekend’s Dota 2 Epicenter XL major, getting some prize money, circuit points, and a sweet Infinity Gauntlet.
That’s one way to wake up, I guess.
Masaya “aMSa” Chikamoto has been on a tear at this weekend’s Smash Summit 6, and yesterday he pulled off an upset on one of Melee’s best players.