After a disappointing exit at FACEIT Europe Minor qualifier, we sat down with LDLC’s David “devoduvek” Dobrosavljevic to talk about his career in esports.
The up-and-coming Estonian top laner Markus “Acidy” Käpp shared what it’s like playing for his first professional team — the German BIG.
Navigating your way through the latest patches in League of Legends can be a daunting task these days. Here’s a who’s who on the Summoner’s Rift right now.
European, South American, and Japanese teams join the list of attendance for PUBG’s $2 million tournament later this month in Berlin.
Twenty of the best teams from the online portion of the qualifier are gathered in Leicester, UK, to decide who will be moving onwards to the $2 million tournament.
Could the medieval battle royale have what it takes to compete with PUBG and Fortnite for its place under the esports sun?
With E3 now behind us, we take a closer look at all the upcoming games that will try to enter the thriving battle royale genre.
It’s been a hot weekend for PUBG esports, as eight more teams joined the list of squads we’ll be seeing at PUBG Global Invitational.
With just two weeks until the PGI European qualifier finals in Leicester, UK, we caught up with the captain of Team Singularity Kjetil “ToWzErA” Hytten.
OpTic Gaming signed an Indian CS:GO team earlier this month and to find out more about this project, we sat down with one of the players, Nikhil ‘forsaken’ Kumawat.
Turns out what’s actually important is not the size of the prize pool, but enjoying the game itself, according to Marcus “MILLAWxD” Vestlund, team captain of PUBG’s TINDERGULD.
It took nearly five months of unparalleled growth for the Korean game developer to file a lawsuit against Epic Games over their hit Battle Royale title Fortnite.
We caught up with Niels Christian “NaToSaphiX” Sillassen for an interview on his way home from a two-week Sprout bootcamp in St. Ingbert, Germany.
Remember when y’all got hyped up about that PUBG $2 million tournament? Good times.
Out of 623 European teams that signed-up to take part in the PUBG Corp’s $2 million tournament qualifier, only three will make it to the main event.
One of the most experienced Danish in-game leaders, Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen, descended upon us to talk about the difficulties leading an international team, calling in English, and the future of multilingual lineups.
PUBG Corp announces the North American qualifiers for their $2 million Global Invitational.
With the biggest PUBG tournament of the year nearing quickly, Alliance have announced their new lineup ahead of the competition.
A $100,000 qualifier for the $2 million tournament has been announced for the European PUBG teams.
With the dust settled, but memories still fresh in his mind, we sat down with EU Masters’ favorite member of the casting desk.
Millenium Neon: “We mostly wanted to beat GamersOrigin, so that we could prove that we are the best French team”
Right after the final game of the European Masters concluded, we grabbed Matúš “Neon” Jakubčík for a quick chat.