eSport - Games in Asia
It’s no secret that Invictus Gaming (iG) has been underperforming, but it seems the last straw was drawn in Starladder IX where a sloppy game made them lose against Russian team Empire.
What happens when you don’t have anything exciting going on in your game fandom of choice? You make something happen, of course. Self-confessed Gundam lover, Stevie Lin, runs the Heavyarm game shop in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, and he’s running a Gundam Extreme Vs: Full Boost (EXVSFB) tournament on May 18.
Chinese LOL pros Pomelo and BuPingZ open up a bit about how they deal with losses, pressure from fans and the community, and the effects of criticism.
Female gamers are getting more attention with the Mineski Pro-Gaming League (MPGL) adding a female division to the third leg of its MPGL Assault Fire tournament on May 4.
Looks like there’s going to be a lot of MOBA action going on in the Philippines this Sunday, April 27, as Wargods Arena Gaming Cafe hosts not one, not two, but three MOBA tournaments— Dota 2 Wargods Cup, League of Legends (LoL) Garena Challenger Tournament, and the Heroes Circuit Heroes of Newerth (HoN) Tournament.
The Taiwan eSports League (TeSL) has been announced as Wargaming’s official broadcast partner for 2014’s Wargaming.net League APAC (WGL APAC), and they’re planning to take the region with—you guessed it—tanks.
Pacific eSports will be kicking off its Pacific Pro Circuit for the third time with a Dota 2 tournament held on April 24.
If you’re a Hearthstone player in the Philippines, you can now test your competitive skills as Imperium is hosting the second leg of its Imperium Hearthstone Challenge on April 27.
This year’s highly anticipated Arc Revolution Cup 2014 has been officially announced, and will feature the top three fighting game titles from the developer Arc System Works.
Lessons learned from being in an all-girls eSports team (at least for a while). Is there anything important you’ve picked up on?
Team DK has proved that it is indeed worthy of the title “Dota Kings” after flawlessly winning its first international tournament, Starladder IX.
This week’s highlights include yet another pro-level pentakill, and another player almost getting a pentakill, only to have it stolen away by one of his teammates. So who won out and who got robbed?
Well, if you didn’t know already, now you know. We’re streaming the LPL live in English and we’ve got some exciting matches for you today.
Welcome to day two of our English-language stream of China’s LOL Pro League!
Southeast Asia Hearthstone player? Then you’ll want to be a part of this.