Tonight marks the beginning of a five week Oceanic eSports league for the new team shooter Paladins: Champions of the Realm. A Paladins league starts this Monday, to determine two teams who will face off at Hi-Rez Oceania Championships this November at ESL Studios
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.
The Chiefs, started their International Wild Card Qualifier (IWCQ) campaign in Brazil today in a bid to reach the Worlds series.
Wargaming.net has announced they will hold the first World of Tanks (PS4) eSports Tournament, just six months after the game launched on the PlayStation 4 console.
Ubisoft announced that it is partnering with the ESL for the first ever Australian Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege tournament for PC and Xbox One.
When Australian University Sport pairs up with Riot Games to offer League of Legends as part of UniGames the nerd inside rejoices.
HOYTS is teaming up with Riot to offer more Oceanic Pro League (OPL) viewing parties for 2016.
Riot Games Oceania has revealed changes to the League of Legends Oceanic Pro League (OPL) for 2016 including a new venue for the Grand Final.
Unfortunately the Aussie talent wasn't able to bring home a prize. No matter, we got to ask some questions of Tim 'Carbon' Wendel the Jungler for Legacy eSports.