Players who don't have tickets for the Oceanic Pro League Grand Final in the Big Top can still wander around the park and watch the live matches from 5pm on the big screens in the public viewing areas.
With DOTA 2′s Ten Million Dollar International Culminating Last Weekend, It’s Time to Really Look at How We See eSports. Whenever someone mentions the idea of eSports, three sorts of people reveal themselves. The first group are the ones who, for some reason, find it personally offensive. The idea that competitive games even skulk […]
ESL is pushing to strengthen its position as the world’s biggest independent eSports brand, announcing today that it has signed a multi-year, extensive partnership agreement with Twitch. Twitch will become the exclusive streaming partner for ESL One Frankfurt 2014, the biggest European Dota 2 event to be held in a 2006 Football World Cup stadium: […]
Australian Seasonal Offers eSports To Australia’s MOBA Players With the main centres of competitive gaming falling around North America and Europe (and a few pockets in Asia), it is easy for Australians to feel a bit too far out of the limelight to truly compete in eSports. Prohibitive travel expenses to off-line events and debilitating latency in online […]