Fortess Melbourne – Australia’s Largest Esports Arena

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Fortress Esports Pty has announced plans for the largest video gaming and esports entertainment venue in the Southern Hemisphere. Fortress Melbourne, located in the heart of the CBD, will span 2,700+ square metres across two floors and is set to open its doors in early 2020. It will offer a new kind of entertainment...

Riot Games Oceania Ups the Stakes With OPL 2017

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Riot Games Oceania has kicked off the 2017 Oceanic Pro League (OPL) schedule with a new world-class broadcast studio. In their ongoing drive to increase the footprint of League of Legends eSports in the Oceanic region, Riot Games Oceania are increasing the number of 'in-studio' matches for the season. Changing from midweek broadcasts, teams will now compete in-studio in a prime...

Will Team Liquid Take ESL ONE New York?

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Team Liquid vs eUnited - HIGHLIGHTS
Team Liquid opens the group stage of the ESL ONE New York tournament as massive favourites over eUnited at sports betting sites across the globe. In the first two maps, Team Liquid is listed as a -6.5 favourite, meaning they are expected to win by seven rounds in each map! That said, this does provide a little bit of value...

Aussie OPL eSports Team ‘Dire Wolves’ Gain Majority Investor in Guinevere Capital

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Guinevere Capital has acquired the controlling interest in the Dire Wolves, with the plan to level up the team and drive its future success. This is big news for the Aussie eSports scene and the League of Legends OPL in particular. Dire Wolves, sponsored by LG, now has the backing to drive future success on the world stage.

Kritikal Motion on Competitive PUBG in Aussie esports – PAX Australia 2018

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From the sleepy town of Busselton, WA to the world stage, Nikolai “Kritikal Motion” Seth is a PUBG player for the Chiefs Esports Club. The Chiefs Esports Club is an Australian based organisation across a number of games such as League of Legends, PUBG, CS:GO, and even Rocket League. We caught up with Kritikal at PAX AUS to discuss his rising...

Everything You Need to Know About the League of Legends Worlds Championship 2018

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The League of Legends World Championship of 2018 is taking shape, ready to kick off in South Korea this October. ‘Worlds’ as it’s affectionately known sees a total of 24 teams from around the world converge in Seoul, Korea for the biggest League of Legends event. Starting from the first of October 12 teams will compete in the play-in stage. From...

Hi-Rez Oceania Esports 2017: ANZ teams in global league for SMITE and Paladins

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Hi-Rez Studios, developers of action MOBA SMITE and fantasy shooter Paladins today announced as part of the 2017 seasons, Oceania teams will for the first time compete to qualify into upcoming international SMITE Masters and Paladins Masters events, and a share in USD $195,000 prize pool.

Every Game Title Debuting at the 2019 SEA Games

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After being denied entry to the Olympics and other international sporting events, eSports is about to make its official debut in the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, to be held in the Philippines this November. Most of it is thanks to Min-Liang Tan, CEO of Singaporean gaming company Razer. He initiated a campaign that lobbied for the inclusion of...

League of Legends Invades Luna Park for the OPL Grand Final

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Riot Games Oceania has today revealed that the League of Legends Oceanic Pro League (OPL) Grand Final being held at Sydney’s Luna Park on August 8, 2015.

Chiefs Win the First League of Legends OPL Championship

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Oceania has its first ever professional league League of Legends champion, with the Chiefs taking out the OPL Split 1 Championship crown last night.