Are competitive games true tests of skill, or are they mere entertainment products?
“You can talk about us with the best esports teams of all time now,” said the Shock's captain.
Covid-19 taught the Overwatch League's leaders that they need to plan for all contingencies. That's how they're approaching 2021 as well.
The offer by Activision Blizzard is an acknowledgement that competitive gaming faces some serious financial challenges because the novel coronavirus has made in-person events near impossible to conduct.
What happens to the competition if a player tests positive for covid-19? Riot says it hasn't yet decided.
Partnerships with countries or corporations with close ties to governments with questionable human rights records have drawn attention to how some esports entities reconcile questions that mingle money and morality.
The son of LeBron James, Bronny James, announced a commitment to FaZe Clan last weekend.
The team celebrated with champagne on the empty floor of Capital One Arena following the victory.
With $420,000 on the line, Wizards District Gaming takes on Warriors Gaming Squad in a best-of-five series Friday.
Mushroom Cup, Flower Cup, Star Cup ... World Cup? The ambitious event garnered a record audience that bodes well for future growth.
A 2019 decision to punt on adding esports to its offerings cost the organization a way to recoup some revenue.
The move will unite all of the international leagues, at all levels, under one umbrella.
The Army esports team endured twin controversies, including a controller giveaway contest that led to a page used to generate leads for recruiters.
The next edition of the popular NFL video game will go with a generic Washington team until a new identity is officially unveiled by the organization.
OWL vice president Jon Spector said fans can expect to see tournaments again in 2021.
A new CEO must contend with the highs and lows from her organization's history as she attempts to elevate it back to the status it enjoyed in its glory days.
FaZe, which announced a $40 million fundraising round in April, received a loan between $1 million and $2 million dollars, joining a number of organizations with teams in the Call of Duty and Overwatch leagues in receiving the government loans.
The move comes hours after notable participants and developers withdrew from the event.
The allegations come amid a flurry of similar claims against professional gamers and streamers over the past two weeks.
The 24-year-old G2 captain opens up about burnout — and why he plays Viper.