Everyone could use a little more entertainment in their lives right now as the pandemic drags on and on across the globe. This has been generating a dramatic surge in activity over the past few months for eSports, gaming networks and just about all other online platforms.
This week, the battle continues in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War with the Cold War Colosseum multiplayer competition event, presented by London Royal Ravens from the Call of Duty League. Cheer with friends as top stars try to win their piece of the $25,000 USD prize pool and all the bragging rights.
TGS Esports has teamed up with Chicago Gaming United to produce an epic NBA2K tournament for Chicagoland high school students, with the winner of each division receiving educational scholarships.
The world was thrown into chaos by the coronavirus crisis, and most of the popular forms of entertainment were severely affected. Although eSports fared much better than most, it was still affected by the near absence of land-based events and competitions.
Yellowbrick, in collaboration with New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, today announced the launch of Gaming and Esports Industry Essentials, a program designed to explore the expansive and lucrative world of Gaming and Esports.
The Gaming Stadium announced today that five-time NHL All-Star and Dallas Stars Center Tyler Seguin will represent the company at upcoming gaming events and take part in strategic growth planning as a new Global Brand Ambassador.
Ex-Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button, sports car legend Emanuele Pirro, and esports racing ace Erhan Jajovski were the big winners today as The Race All-Star Series fully charged by ROKiT phones raced into millions of homes around the world.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, all major sporting events have been postponed indefinitely, leaving millions of fans upset. But Grand Prix racing will still take place, virtually. And fans can participate.
Esports center management software company ggCircuit is working with Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis to construct the biggest high school eSports facility in the world. Students will be able to train for careers in eSports while also developing critical thinking and collaborative skills.
Another major university is embracing eSports on their campus, with Niagara University cutting the ribbon on The Nest, a state-of-the-art sports lounge and new gaming area for the university’s growing Esports club.