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A new Fortnite’s Monopoly is on the way

The successful title Fortnite is now headed to the table games, as Hasbro has signed up with their developers in order to create a Monopoly themed by it. Sure, Fortnite has been quite a phenomenon throughout the last months, and it has had a slow but fascinating peaked growth during this year. Not only they are making tons of money on the game itself, but now seems like the company seeks to “expan...[Read More]

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Grimstroke: New hero on Dota 2

The biggest Dota 2 event of the year is finally over: The International 2018 came to an end, leaving the Americans, OG, as its fool proof winner – and making them the firsts Americans to beat this awesome tournament. What, am I the only one who expected the Chinese to win? However, good news was ahead right before the competition was over. Newest Dota 2’s hero has been revealed to be Grimstr...[Read More]

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Counter-Strike returns after summer break – A summary of upcoming events

Counter-Strike returns this Friday with the Playoffs for ZOTAC Cup Masters. Out of the eight participants, none are necessarily considered top teams, but the event is followed up soon by Stockholm’s DreamHack Masters. At Masters, we’ll Astralis, FaZe, as well as Mousesports. After a well-deserved break, the schedule picks up instantly, and below you’ll find a summary of what to expect from this Fr...[Read More]

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FACEIT opens a competitive platform for PUBG

With Fortnite constantly taking new steps towards the centre of the esports scene, the competing studio behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds does not want to stay behind. In July, we were treated with a huge $2 million-dollar event, the PUBG Global Invitational, and for next year, we’ve been promised professional leagues in Europe, North America, China and South Korea. In their blog, FACEIT has no...[Read More]

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The World Cup is here – Which nation is the king of Overwatch?

The third instalment of the Overwatch World Cup is kicking off this Friday. Blizzard has picked 24 of the world’s best teams and placed them in groups based on their past performance. Each of these four groups will travel to either South Korea, United States, Thailand or France, where the qualifiers for the main event take place. The main event itself is scheduled for November’s BlizzCon in the US...[Read More]

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Europe’s LCS playoff spots finalized

There’s only one week is left in the regular season of this year’s League Championship Series. All playoff spots have been filled, leaving the ninth and last week solely to decide the final placements of the regular season. Regardless of how the eventual placements turn out, Fnatic, FC Schalke 04, G2 Esports, Misfits Gaming, Team Vitality and Splyce have all qualified for the playoffs, scheduled t...[Read More]

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Clash Royale League – The awaited million dollar event is here!

The Finnish game giant, Supercell, believes in the potential of the mobile environment as a serious esports platform. One of the studio’s most popular games is Clash Royale, which plays a big role in the studio’s annual 2 billion dollar revenue. Supercell has been pushing Clash Royale deeper into the world of esports for a while now. Last year’s biggest event was Clash Royale Cro...[Read More]

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CLG joins Fortnite – Roster introduced on a funny video

Since Epic Games announced their $100,000,000 investment in competitive Fortnite, the just over a year-old game has attracted dozens of organizations known previously for their teams in different esports titles. Joining many others, Counter Logic Gaming or CLG, best known for their League of Legends team, has also expanded their horizons to Fortnite via a video they published on Twitter. The North...[Read More]

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NRG demolish TyLoo in Shanghai – Ongoing player break limited the challengers

The North American frontrunners met all expectations by crushing their opponents 2-0 in the Grand Finale of IEM Shanghai 2018. Eight participant teams gathered in Shanghai last Wednesday to play for 250,000 dollars. Besides the two finalists, participants included Virtus.pro, HellRaisers, Gambit, BOOT-d[S], 5POWER as well as the Australian team, Grayhound. The absence of top contenders such as Ast...[Read More]

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More details on the upcoming StarSeries Season 6 Asia

With its 6th season, the StarSeries & i-League comes back with, once again, a Counter Strike: Global Offensive Season! Are you ready to hit some of those AKs? Even though we will be covering all about this tournament later, it is important for you to know that the event is organized by both StarLadder, an eSports producer, and ImbaTV, a Chinese entertainment company. It has been around quite f...[Read More]

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Fortnite will arrive on Android

When we think on the newest yet most popular Battle Royale game of all time, don’t we think of Fortnite? Sure, it has a lot of rivals within the field, but none had managed to grow as fast and as financially-wealth as Epic Game’s title. Though it has encountered a place in many platforms, Android seemed like this developer’s latest choice: But that is soon to change! Alongside rumours, we have fou...[Read More]

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The reign of Astralis continues – Flawless performance in the ELEAGUE Premier 2018

Team Liquid still wasn’t able to beat the world’s best Counter-Strike team. Astralis, who were silver medalists in last year’s ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier, played a flawless tournament and got another trophy for their headquarters. Total winnings of the Danish team that was founded in 2016 are now just shy of 3.5 million dollars. [email protected]_csgo and @Xyp9x hold a small medal ceremony on ...[Read More]