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Esports Industry
May 22, 2022

How Can Esports Orgs Become Profitable? | Esports Earnings Revealed

For more than a decade, modern esports organisations have been expanding at a staggering rate. It seems that, within the space of a few years, ‘esports orgs’ have gone from…
Esports Industry
May 10, 2022

Upcoming Esports Games | Five Games That Will Impact Esports

Every year, hundreds of new games hit the storefronts, both digital and physical. There’s a diverse and dynamic array of titles popping up each and every day, from the most…
Call of Duty
May 10, 2022

Is Warzone Dying? Did Caldera Kill Call of Duty: Warzone?

In 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone established itself as the most popular battle royale title to ever exist. It became a breeding ground for talent, content, friendships, and rivalries. There…
Esports Industry
May 9, 2022

CEO step down, forced name change and the plights of

Virtus.Pro goes into a downward spiral after a series of events make their business unsustainable. One of the CIS region’s most prominent esports organization, VP is facing staff and roster…
Esports Industry
May 6, 2022

Twitch, YouTube, & Facebook – Game Streaming Sites Viewership Dropping

In recent years the world of game streaming has grown to be one of the most important parts of gaming and esports. There are multiple sites actively competing for your…
Esports Industry
May 4, 2022

Beyond The Summit and Papa John’s Form Esports Partnership

In a recent announcement, a slice of news emerged from the esports industry concerning Beyond The Summit and Papa John’s. This supreme deal brings together two organisations to form a…
Esports Industry
May 1, 2022

Gamers Without Borders 2022 kicks off quietly despite huge prize pools

Gamers Without Borders (GWB 2022) is back after a year’s hiatus, this time, rocking a grander prize pool worth $10,000,000 for charity, and another $15,000,000 in main event prize funds…
Crypto Gaming
April 21, 2022

Animoca bought Eden Games, but can they be trusted with NFTs?

Earlier this month, rising gaming firm Animoca Brands shut down their game known as F1 Delta Time which utilized NFTs and the play-to-earn model. The game model lets players gain…
Esports Industry
April 20, 2022

Esports are featured for the first time at the Invictus Games

Invictus Games is an annual event held that celebrates various areas of sports, with injured servicemen competing in a variety of events. This year the games are going to be…
Esports Industry
April 18, 2022

Nimo TV shut down threatens the entire mobile esports ecosystem

It looks like Nimo TV will be ceasing operations and shutting down internationally. Nimo was the international version of the Huya streaming platform. While it didn’t quite compete with Twitch…
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