The first week of the first 2019 League of Legends season is approaching. The years pass, the scenario evolves, new leagues arise and more and more games are played.
After winning in the Ukraine WESG qualifier, Aleksandr “Bly” Svysiuk packs his bags for the World Finals in Chongqing next year.
In 2018 almost $149 million dollars were paid in esports tournaments. We take a look at the biggest esports tournaments this year.
Less than a week ago Blizzard announced they would be closing down Heroes of the Storm Global Championship and pulling all esports funding for the game effective immediately.
When it comes to esports and mental health, one of the most common terms is mindset. Players, coaching staff, and the community itself often refer to it as fundamental to better performance. But what does this word really mean?
On the night of December 6th, Los Angeles hosted the fifth annual award ceremony of The Game Awards 2018. Among dozens of nominations, a separate category was dedicated to esports.
The recruitment command of the US Army announced the opening of an esports team for the armed forces. Participants will compete on behalf of the troops in computer game tournaments.
2019 will be quite different for competitive League of Legends — the pre-season patch has brought some changes to known mechanics, EU LCS has adopted the franchise system but it’s the transfer window that’s stealing the scene last week.
Big changes coming to Riot’s League of Legends in the preseason, developer blog post suggests. Longer laning phase, reworked runes, and more comebacks await us.
After a subpar start to the 2018 Season World Championship for Gambit Esports, team’s midlaner Mykhailo “Kira” Harmash took time to share their experiences at the most important event of the year.
And if history taught us anything, they won’t be for very long. Tickets for the first stage of League of Legends World Championship 2018 will be going on sale in just a few hours.
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.
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.
Right before the first match in Leicester, Michael “Veteran” Archer joined us to talk about the European Masters.
After 20 days of relentless competition, the European Masters has finally identified its champions.
IHG Woolite: “People saw our bad performance in groups so obviously they expected us to drop out fast”
Underestimated by many, Woolite’s Illuminar secured themselves a spot in the Grand Final.
Movistar Riders are brimming with confidence ahead of their first playoff game against the Polish powerhouse Illuminar Gaming.
Mere hours before their deciding match against MAD Lions E. C., we sat down with Ninjas’ star midlaner Emil “Larssen” Larsson.
UK’s Wind and Rain might be down, and they might be out, but their journey is far from over, according to their toplaner Andrei “Orome” Popa.