2018 was a great year for Counter Strike, with several teams making well over a million from prize money alone. We take a look at the biggest winners of the year.
They achieved high results, created competition, changed the industry, surprised by their achievements, and left their mark in the history of esports.
In 2018 almost $149 million dollars were paid in esports tournaments. We take a look at the biggest esports tournaments this year.
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.
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.
Vega Squadron have made their way through the Challenger stage, but Leonid “chopper” Vishnyakov and his team don’t plan on slowing down just yet.