Team YP has officially responded to the Capcom Pro Tour rule banning players sponsored by pornographic websites, denouncing any potential ban that’s coming its way.
This prevents Team YP players from competing in games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft II, Evolve, and Mortal Kombat X. It also prevents Team YP from expanding into some of the biggest games in esports like League of Legends or Dota 2. “I am disappointed that Team YP’s growth is being stunted by this decision, not to mention the effect that this will have on our roster of players,” Team YP manager Claire Fisher said in a statement. Team YP appealed the decision, even offering to change the “YP” in its name as a solution to allow its players the ability to compete, but ESL refused to back down.
Michael Martin reacts to Seon-Woo "Razer Infiltration" Lee's interview with Core-A Gaming. Was Infiltration right? Was Capcom Cup 2016 a mess? Share your thoughts about what Capcom can do for the next Pro Tour.
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike has been around for almost 18 years and to this day remains one of the most exciting competitive fighting games to watch. Last weekend, the 15th Cooperation Cup was held in Japan.
Evo 2016 champion Lee “Infiltration” Seon-woo has opened up about his Capcom Cup 2016 experience and he wasn’t happy about it.
Ryan "Filipino Champ" Ramirez, Miky "Samurai" Chea, and Michael Martin eat burgers and talk Capcom Cup, Street Fighter V Season 2, and Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite.
Where were you on Tuesday, January 4, 2017 at 10 AM PT when Echo Fox sent a shockwave throughout the fighting game community?
Renown fighting game player Justin Wong is considering quitting his current job at Nvidia and moving to Southern California to be closer to the Echo Fox studios.
Brad "Scar" Vaughn discusses battling illness, being part of the new Echo Fox roster, and working with longtime rival, SonicFox.
Dominque "SonicFox" McLean shares his excitement about learning from his new teammates, juggling college, and streaming more.
Justin Wong on why he left esports organization Evil Geniuses, his love for his former teammates, and being excited to work with Sonic Fox.
CBS has announced an upcoming esports-focused episode of Elementary, featuring cameos of notable players from various esports.
Echo Fox FGC manager Antonio Javier talks about his excitement on having more creative control over his new team.
Echo Fox is making a big move into competitive fighting. Street Fighter V pros Justin Wong, Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi, Yusuke Momochi, and Yuko “ChocoBlanka” Momochi, Mortal Kombat X players Dominique “SonicFox” McLean and Brad “Scar” Vaughn, Super Smash Bros. Wii U player Leonardo “MKLeo” Lopez Perez, and former Evil Geniuses FGC manager Antonio Javier have all signed on to Echo Fox, the organization has revealed exclusively to Yahoo Esports.