On February 4th, EA and Respawn, with no prior warning, released a new Battle Royale in the Titanfall universe — Apex Legends. The element of surprise worked out, and the shooter immediately overtook Fortnite on Twitch, and in the first 72 hours it surpassed ten million players.
The newest addition to the Natus Vincere PUBG squad, Dmitry “Recrent” Osintsev, told how he came to esports and why he chose Battle Royale from a Korean developer.
No stranger to competition, Benjamin “Nerf” Wheeler is a familiar name to fans of PUBG Esports, having competed seriously since 2017 and joining up with Cloud9 in August 2018.
PUBG Corp is announcing a series of initiatives to support the professional esports teams associated with PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, including profit-sharing on team and league-branded digital items, stipends and other.
The profit of the gaming industry increased compared to last year and amounted to $109.8 billion — a whopping 11% increase from 2017.
Former Natus Vincere PUBG player Svyatoslav “Drainys” Komissarov shared his opinion on the state of the battle royale game, the professional scene, and why he left NaVi.
After successfully qualifying for PUBG’s $1 million Europe League, Team Random’s Omer “Iroh” Develi is most happy about proving to the world that his cheating allegations were wrong.
PUBG Pro League set to experience turbulance before it even starts, as game’s recent ban wave hits multiple professional players, including those qualified to the $1 million dollar league.
Today, Ukraine has officially banned the entry into its territory for men with Russian citizenship aged 16 to 60 years. What does that mean for esports?
Coming out fourth at the PUBG Global Invitational 2018 wasn’t good enough for Ivan “ubah” Kapustin. The PUBG prodigy left his mates at Natus Vincere to join FaZe Clan powerhouse.
Before the final round of the European PUBG League qualifier, Galatasaray’s Orhun “iMCMV” Buyukkapucu talked about competing under the biggest sports club in Turkey and the future of their team.
Member of the first all-female professional PUBG team, Fiore “Fulambia” Boncompagni, told us about what it’s like to compete (and succeed) in the environment dominated by men.
After a prolonged dry spell and numerous roster changes, AVANGAR is looking to get back on the winning horse with a new line-up built around Alexey “0nuqtive” Trufanov.
More details for the upcoming season of competitive PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is revealed, as the developer announces its plans for 2019 with a Global Championship and All-Stars events to decide the best team in the world.
From the 10th to the 16th of December, Kiev Cybersport Arena will host 17 winners of the open qualifiers and 15 invited teams in a battle for ten spots at the PUBG Europe League and six spots at the Contenders League.
Once one of the most important events in the world of esports is now set to make a comeback with a €50,000 PUBG tournament during Paris Games Week 2018.
Korea’s largest esports producer and network OGN announces its expansion in North America — and will spend upwards of $100 million dollars in doing so.
University and college students all over India are about to get busy with PUBG Mobile practice, as the chicken dinner will soon come with a hefty prize pool attached.
The Turkish Hayro and the Russian Tortee come out victorious in the first ever PUBG Mobile esports event in Europe — the Star Challenge regional finals.
PUBG Mobile is about to get more competitive, with a Player Well Known Invitational tournament series coming to Europe next week.
Although the player base for the overwhelmingly popular battle royale game has dwindled, its esports scene is yet to show signs of slowing down.