Tomorrow is the start of the free agency period for the 2018 League of Legends Championship Series, and the stove is delightfully hot.
Add Black Dragons to the list of teams that have blown a massive lead in the finals.
A trailer for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, debuted after the Red Bull Battle Ground finals, showed some new V-Trigger moves for the cast. The Arcade Edition will be playable at the upcoming PlayStation Experience. Hopefully Juri will finally get a buff.
While Wizards of the Coast states that deck lists are required to be submitted, they never really specified how. Congrats to this Florida man on turning in a tasty version of his Eldrazi Tron deck.
“Guess what? You’re still a punk!” Marcus “THE COOL KID93" Redmond’s wife heckles Evo 2017 runner-up Victor “Punk” Woodley after a close 3-2 set at Red Bull Battle Grounds in Boston.
The Perfect World Masters kicked things off in Shanghai last night, and one team had to scramble last-minute to find a substitute player. Team Secret’s MidOne had an urgent personal matter, and so his team had to turn to a local substitute and unique method of communication.
The finale of the Dimension of the Damned event is taking place right now, as 1,000 of the highest scoring players are vying to be the last RuneScape avatar standing against the zombie horde.
This weekend marks the start of Midas Mode, a unique kind of Dota 2 tournament that commodifies the game’s mechanics and makes professional Dota a Saturday morning game show.
Félix “xQc” Lengyel was playing a competitive Overwatch match last night when suddenly, he was booted from the game and informed his account had been banned or suspended—an action that’s sparked discussion over false reporting.
This weekend, scores of players in Busan, South Korea, will compete in a LAN pulled from Ready, Player One’s wildest dreams. Stacked up in double-decker computer hubs, 100 competitors at a time will drop onto the abandoned island of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and scrap, shoot, and crawl until only one person is…
Mariano “Squishy” “SquishyMuffinz” Arruda’s Cloud9 team only finished third at this past weekend’s Rocket League season four finals in Washington, D.C., so Mr. Muffinz will have to settle for what might be the best single shot ever made in competitive Rocket League history.
The season four finals of the Rocket League Championship Series ended in a European grudge match, as its top two teams Gale Force eSports and Method clashed again in the grand finals.
Thankfully, Rocket League’s rules are a bit more straightforward. You can catch the season 4 championship series finals airing on the Rocket League Twitch channel right now.
At Brooklyn Video Games, Fuerte Beatdowns III was keeping the spirit of old-school King of Fighters 2002 alive last night. One tense match between Darkwhip and Cimus came down to slivers of health as the timer ticked down. Old games are still hype.
Yogg-Saron is one of the most random cards in Hearthstone, a digital card game that loves randomness. Dropping it is usually—always—a gamble, so when Hearthstone pro Thijs Molendijk dropped it with one health against a stacked board, he was leaving the game up to one last chance.
Multiple tournaments scheduled to take place on the same day, today, have led to two Dota 2 teams receiving forfeit losses after being unable to make their scheduled games.
Most Rocket League players have scored an own-goal at some point in their life, but having that moment happen on the championship stage can be a little demoralizing.
Ryan “Dragon” Walker was crowned the first Injustice 2 world champion during a special Eleague broadcast last night, in a 3-1 victory over FoxyGrampa in the grand finals.