Unity Technologies has opened their call for submissions for this year’s Unity for Humanity contest, which recognizes developing projects and tools that have a positive and meaningful impact on the planet. The winning submission will receive $25,000.
Skillshot Media and Hollywood Esports are holding a Paladins open-tournament for anyone who wants to try their hand at competitive gaming, or for spectators looking to experience an esports tournament. The event is open to anyone who wants to either compete or watch the tournament.
For the first time in Call of Duty esports history, competition will feature five vs. five gameplay as players compete in Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Over 260 teams from around the world have made their way to the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas for the season opener.
The exciting culmination of the global PUBG Mobile Star Challenge Global Finals is gearing up in central Dubai. The global finale brings together semifinalists from regional competitions held in Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Japan, Korea, and China.
One of the largest student game jams in the world kicks off in Texas, where students will be competing to develop videogames from scratch, trying to win the coveted Best Overall Game award, while also learning about possible careers in the videogame field.
GiN Editor Neal Sayatovich had just returned from covering an eSports event in Ohio when he learned about the terrible shooting deaths of gamers at a tournament in Florida. He talks about what must be done to ensure that both players and spectators can safely enjoy eSports in the future.
NASCAR exclusive eSports partner for simulation-style titles, 704 Games, announced NASCAR Heat Champions: Road to Miami, a weekly eSports competition in the upcoming video game NASCAR Heat 3, with a $500,000 top prize.
GiN had reporter Neal Sayatovich on the ground at the Call of Duty World League Finals. He was able to witness history in the making, with records set and broken, and underdogs nobody thought had a chance taking home the biggest prize.
Showcasing mastery in Call of Duty: WWII, Evil Geniuses was able to fend off opponents Team Kaliber to take majority stake in the event’s $1.5 million prize pool as part of the overall $4.2 million season prize, the largest in Call of Duty Esports history.
QuakeCon Teams Up with The American Red Cross, 1UpOnCancer, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Dallas Pets Alive!, Extra Life, Gamers Outreach, NonPareil Institute and Stack-Up so that gamers can help out valuable charities while having fun at the show.