During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, something happened that caused the entirety of the esports community to issue a collective red card. Say it with me, developers: My unreleased game is not an esport. Developers consistently present their upcoming competitive multiplayer games as esports, neglecting
ESL and Intel have announced the Intel Grand Slam, a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament with a $1 million team prize. This includes Intel Extreme Masters, ESL One, ESL Pro League, and the DreamHack Masters series.
After more than a decade with the team, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Stephanie “missharvey” Harvey has made her departure from CLG Red, the organization announced Wednesday. Then called Ubinited (and before that SK Gaming’s SK Ladies), her team was the best female Counter-Strike team in the
Robin "ropz" Kool talks about joining Mousesports, being called a cheater, and his plans for the future.
One of the all-time classic video game sponsors has reared its head once again. According to a press release from Team Dignitas, Mountain Dew has signed a partnership deal with Splyce, SK Gaming, and Team Dignitas.
The Professional Esports Association (PEA) has announced two new members via Twitter on Thursday. Team Dignitas and Misfits have both joined up with the North American collective.
Esports organization Immortals have announced they are trialling a new player on their CS:GO roster. According to a post on the Immortals’ Facebook page, the team will be playing with Vito “kNg” Giuseppe at “upcoming tournaments.”
Valve has launched a new update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Titled Operation Hydra, the update brings with it unique new game modes that will be available for a week at a time.