Check out some of the top eSports events that both fans and professional players will be looking forward to in the coming year.
Dignitas has announced its League of Legends Championship Series roster for the 2023 season. This is the first time that Dignitas will field multiple regional champions.
G2 Esports, one of the world’s leading entertainment and esports brands, is proud to announce the launch of its newest team, Hel, that will compete in Riot’s main title, League of Legends.
Konami Digital Entertainment is proud to share the results of this year’s eFootball Championship Open, a competition that saw some of the world’s best eFootball players come together to battle for the top title.
Ubisoft announced that it is giving away the new Roller Champions competitive eSports game for free on the PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and for the PC through the Ubisoft Store.
Team-based esports is back on the field: GIANTS Software kicks-off Farming Simulator League (FSL) Season 4. The first tourney begins on May 14.
SNK Corporation is delighted to announce that it’s latest hit title The King of Fighters XV will be joining the impressive line-up at this year’s Evolution Championship Series (EVO) 2022.
Husson University has cut the ribbon on its brand new Esports facility on campus. The University will be competing in League of Legends and several other games in the increasingly popular and competitive Esports college leagues.
he 2022 season of the Brawlhalla eSports championship kicks off with an online Winter Championship and concludes with the largest fighting game tournament prize pool ever.
Every year like clockwork, we’re treated to a new edition of the Call of Duty series. However, since Warzone was introduced, there hasn’t been as much interest in the single-player campaigns or their multiplayer modes. That could all change with Vanguard.