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The DOTA 2 Singapore Major Day-3 Standings

The main Singapore Major event reaches the conclusion of its third day and there have been plenty of unexpected results for the DOTA 2 event. Fan-favourite teams saw themselves exiting the event even before the main Playoffs Bracket. A fan would be surprised to see which teams are sitting both in the Upper and Lower […]Read More

BMW makes enormous esports signings

BMW comes forward with surprising news for all esports fans and viewers by signing five separate esports organizations. This comes as a huge expansion of the company that will gain plenty of starlight in esports. BMW signs Cloud9, Fnatic, Funplus Phoenix, G2 Esports and T1. This comes as huge news as it doesn’t happen often […]Read More

Mukesh Ambani on the Eminence of E-Sports in India

A recent interview was held on Digital Revolution with Satya Nadella and Mukesh Ambani. The two individuals are considered to be the elites of Asia and the bringers of technological change into Indian soil. The business typhoon Mukesh has been known for his vision for persistence and success for his business endeavors. Following a few […]Read More

Secret Becomes Third Team to Withdraw From Nanyang Championship

The Nanyang Championship (NYC) is one of the SEA’s biggest DOTA 2 tournaments, where top teams from all over the world come and compete at Shanghai. As the qualifiers for season 2 approach a conclusion, three of the directly invited teams have already withdrawn from the tournament. Originally, Fnatic was the first one to withdraw […]Read More

The International 2016 Prize Pool Hits Yet Another Milestone

The qualifiers for The International 2016 are over, and it seems like Valve is moving onto the next step. The developers are making final adjustments to the patch and Valve is focusing on the prize pool for the main event, which, by the way, may just break last year’s record of $18 million. With the […]Read More

Manchester United next in line to buy eSports team

It hasn’t been very long since a great deal of major soccer clubs have been getting involved in eSports, namely West Ham, FC Schalke 04, Valencia CF. Also, in a very less amount of time, European giant Manchester United seems to follow suit. On the report of an eSports News UK, the English organization is […]Read More

ESports doors closed for the Copenhagen Wolves

Reported on June 7th 2016, Copenhagen Wolves has come to an end. Denmarks oldest eSports organization has shut its doors as responsibilities enclosed by alternate organizations became more widespread. The team has predominantly participated in Counter Strike, League of Legends, DOTA 2. With neighboring teams like Fnatic and Ninjas in Pyjamas, Copenhagen Wolves defended their […]Read More

Fnatic Shuffles Around With Dota Roster

Right after the Shanghai Major, Fnatic had to look for a temporary substitute for Djardel ‘DJ’ Mampusti’s spot while he took care of Visa issues that he had been facing. Erwaan ‘343’ Shah was brought in to fill in his spot for a while. However, 343 had to stick with Fnatic for longer than was […]Read More

Fnatic Knocked Out of MLG Columbus

CS:GO is probably the most played first person shooter today. As such, it is one of the most competitive games to have been brought to the eSports platform. Few squads dedicated to the game have claimed their spots at the top of the ladder and try to hold that peak for as long as possible. […]Read More

WePlay Dota 2 League Season 3 About to Kick-off

The WePlay Dota League is one of the more prestigious Dota 2 leagues that were brought into the eSports scene. It offers a series of great games between the top as well as rising players. Call it a diverse platform that tests every player’s mettle. On top of that, it has a more than decent […]Read More