KFC buckets have taken over the cricket, Big Macs feature prominantley on the screens of the AFL, and now you may be offered a Whopper with your Pentakill. Hungry Jack's has carved out their niche in the Aussie esports scene by partnering with the League of Legends Oceanic Pro League (OPL).
HOYTS is teaming up with Riot to offer more Oceanic Pro League (OPL) viewing parties for 2016.
RIG 500 was designed from the ground up for e-sports enthusiasts and competitors, with finely tuned components focused on flexibility and personalised choice.
The rise of E-Sports has been one of the most talked-about elements of the modern gaming world. With thousands of E-Sports competitors coming together in leagues, tournaments and competitions all over the globe, and major multi-national companies vying for the opportunity to sponsor the most successful teams, E-Sports long ago moved out of the shadows. E-Sports is now an integral...
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.
Dire Wolves have successfully defended their OPL Championship title after defeating Chiefs Esports Club 3-1 on Saturday.
Started as a two-man operation in Brisbane, Peanut Gallery TV moved quickly to secure a space at the table of eSports businesses.
Sydney's State Theatre will host the 2018 League of Legends esports tournament Rift Rivals. In an announcement this week, Riot games has teamed up with Event Hospitality and Entertainment to bring the event to Australia for the first time. Rift Rivals sees the best teams across Oceania, Japan and Southeast Asia compete over four days at the State Theatre in...
After breaking through the Playoffs and Regional Qualifiers, the top 16 League of Legends teams from around the globe are set to compete in the 2015 World Championship.
Toronto Esports player Matt 'Dellor' Vaughn, a 28-year-old Overwatch pro, was fired for a "breach of contract" involving a racist tirade in a ranked game.