eSport - Games in Asia
The Intel Extreme Masters pro tournament will be stopping off in Taipei this January for LOL and Starcraft 2 competitions.
China’s LPL team OMG is up against Korea’s #1 team in the League of Legends Worlds group stages this week. Can they pull off an upset?
What’s the problem with China’s League of Legends scene that’s causing Chinese teams to be crushed by the Koreans? Dota 2 pros like xiao8 explain.
How Southeast Asian teams are preparing for Worlds: interviews on the eve of LOL’s biggest tournamentSeptember 16, 2014 | C. Custer | One Comment
Southeast Asia’s two hopes for a world title in League of Legends this year break down what they’ve been seeing in scrims, and what they think of their chances.
If you weren’t able to be in the SM Cebu Trade Center or watch the online streams, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
The League of Legends Season 4 World Championship kicks off later this week in Taiwan and Singapore. Could a Chinese team actually win it?
Inquirer is getting into eSports, and has partnered with PESO to launch a brand new site focused on Philippine eSports.
GameX’s eSports Week 2014 gives Smart Communication’s employees a chance to show their skills in Dota 2 and Assault FireSeptember 6, 2014 | Christian Vibar | 2 Comments
Smart Communication’s employees were treated as professional gamers for one whole week in GameX’s eSports Week 2014.
$50,000 at stake as Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore fight to enter the Dragon Nest World ChampionshipSeptember 3, 2014 | Franz Co
Cherry Credits, publisher of the hit MMORPG Dragon Nest has announced that it will be holding Southeast Asian qualifiers for the Dragon Nest World Championship that is happening this December in Bali, Indonesia.
Following the success of the China vs Korea Masters competition, Netease has teamed with e-Sports Square to bring us the China-Japan Hearthstone Challenge.
A study in 2012 aimed to understand Pinoy Dota and how it impacts the lives of Filipinos. Two years passed and so we ask: what happened through the years?
If you want to follow the Dota 2 scene in the Philippines, then here are the teams that you should know about.
The post TI4 shakeup has resulted in a lot of player shuffling, and Xiaotuji’s transfer to Newbee is the country’s most-expensive-ever transfer on record.
It looks like Chinese Dota 2 fans won’t have to worry about having to choose between the i-league and the World eSports Championship (WEC) LAN events