South Korean player Choi “Saint” Jinwoo has cemented himself as the undisputed Tekken 7: Fated Retribution champion of 2016 by winning the King of Iron Fist Tournament 2016 Global Final in Japan.
Finn "Karrigan" Andersen talks about joining Faze, NA's rise in CS:GO, and the possibility of facing his old team at the ECS Finals.
Ryan Hart, Julio Fuentes, and more pro Street Fighter players tell us what they thought of the season two changes.
The top international Street Fighter V players share their thoughts on the current state of the skill gap between regions.
Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt and Kenny "kennyS" Schrub talk about why they think the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gap between NA and EU is closing.
Nicolai "dev1ce" Reedtz discusses why facing Optic at ELEAGUE S2 was unexpected, how the team is doing without Karrigan, and why he feels like the team is at its strongest right now.
One of the best top laners of all time is coming to North America. Lee “Flame” Ho-jong has signed with Immortals. Flame is the fourth player to be revealed on Immortal’s 2017 roster, joined by jungler Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett, mid laner Eugene “Pobelter” Park, and rookie AD carry Cody Sun. Their support has yet to be announced.
Zorine Te demands good taste in esport. Dumb names like 'Kinguin' and excessive branding must be purged! But not all of the panelists agree.
Mark Zimmerman examines some interesting moves from the recent uLol Rivalries game between University of Florida and Florida State University. Plus, Orlando "YoonA" Flota weighs in.
Seon-woo "Infiltration" Lee, Hiroyuki "Eita" Nagata, and Yusuke Momochi discuss changes they would like to see in Street Fighter V and the Capcom Pro Tour next season.
Street Fighter V pros Ryan "Filipino Champ" Ramirez, Julio Fuentes, Jeremy "Vicious" Lopez and more had the chance to go hands-on with Akuma during the Playstation Experience. Spoiler: They dig him.
The professional League of Legends offseason is always a baffling time, and 2016 is no different. We’ve got players flying left and right, from roster to roster and region to region. It’s dizzying.
Lately there’s been a ton of talk about a tool wreaking havoc on the Smash community: the Smash Box controller. A new version of the Hit Box controller, the Smash Box is essentially a customized controller that has an arcade stick base, but no joystick. This makes it easier to consistently pull off more difficult inputs, such as back turns or shield drops that require a high degree of precision on the GameCube analog stick.