Esports – professional video gaming in which teams play each other in competitions – are experiencing exponential growth in China
Multimedia University (MMU) has teamed up with local-based esports company, eSports Distinct International Network Gamers (ESDING)
As teams scramble to prepare for the upcoming regional qualifiers for The International 2019, Chaos Esports Club remained steady as they reform their roster to best fit Lasse “MATUMBAMAN” Urpalainen.
The Konami Creative Center will be 12 stories high and include an underground floor as well, as Siliconera reports. It’s meant to house an entire esports arena, special shop stocked with hardware and accessories, and areas where staff can teach esports classes meant to help bolster interest in the industry while scouting out and assisting new talent.
The nationwide open selection process for Team Malaysia‘s Esports representatives to the upcoming SEA Games 2019 has reached its conclusion last Saturday. While the event was marred…
Changes to regulation and advertising rules coupled with the shift to digital-first operations have created a massive ripple in the gambling sector, causing many brands to rethink their approach to marketing.
Fnatic, the London-based global esports brand, has raised $19 million in funding to fuel its expansion. It also shuffled its executive team.
Trends are important in the iGaming industry and entrepreneurs are hot on their trails. It is a fast-moving enterprise and competition is tough and player experience is a dominating factor.
On 23 April, Malaysia-based team Tigers announced that Kenny ‘Xepher’ Deo and Danil ‘Dendi’ Ishutin are no longer part of their line-up, as Tigers looked to rebuild and achieve better results as The International 2019 approaches.
Japan has been a leader in the video game market for decades, but despite the competitive legacy of arcade games in the country, the modern esports boom hasn’t resonated as strongly as it has elsewhere in the world.