E3: Intel and ESL Partner for eSports

E3: Intel and ESL Partner for eSports

Intel and ESL have taken to the stage of E3 to announce their plans for partnership on bringing esports to a bigger crowd. ESL has long been one of the biggest players in the esports event industry, so it's clear that Intel is serious about making esports big with their new esports partnership. Some may not be aware, but Intel...

New eSports Streaming Platform Znipe Detailed

A new eSports streaming platform like Twitch has been announced by two Counter Strike veterans that could potentially change the way we all watch eSports matches online. Traditionally, eSports fans will need to visit Twitch to watch a game live, but with the new platform, named Znipe, fans may have the option to watch an eSports match the way they'd...

$50,000 Gets Added to Mortal Kombat XL Prize Pool

Previously it was announced that a Mortal Kombat XL tournament will take place at EVO 2016, but before today the prize pool sat at $60,000. Today, Netherrealm and Warner Bros. have teamed up to offer an additional $50,000 for the prize pool. Going forward, the EVO 2016 Mortal Kombat XL tournament will now have a $110,000 total prize pool. Neither...

Two New Operators Coming to Rainbow Six Siege

Details on two new operators dropped during the recent ESL Pro League for Rainbow Six. The two new operators will be part of a new faction. Which, unsurprisingly will be representative of the Navy SEALS. Even though the addition of the SEALS faction was expected, we're pretty excited to see them make it into the game, because let's be honest...

Rainbow Six Siege ESL Katowice in Spectacular Fashion

There was a lot happening last week in the eSports world. Counter Strike: Global Offensive had a tournament that saw Luminosity Gaming and Fnatic battle it out in the grand finals in an incredibly close fashion, League of Legends saw SK Telecom T1 take Fnatic out in the finals and other games were played out by some of the best...
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