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Thai cosplayer Onnies talks with us about her love of action games and her passion for cosplay.
Eliphant announces Gamestart, the Southeast Asia game event aiming to bring the Western gaming con experience to the region.
Now that both ChinaJoy and Comic-Con San Diego have both ended, Chinese gamers are noticing a few differences.
There are a lot of League of Legends fans in Asia, but very few cosplayers out there have convincingly become as many of the game’s champions as Taiwan’s Hisai Mio.
Blizzard’s China cosplay contest will wrap up at ChinaJoy, but you can take a sneak peek at some of the finalists right now!
International Cosplay Day Singapore 2014 will see the country’s first public showcase of Heroes of the Storm, as well as the master cosplayer Kamui.
A couple of weeks ago, the League of Legends community had a concerted nosebleed at the appearance of one Pool Party Riven in a League of Legends pool party cosplay shoot held in Singapore.
This morning, the League of Legends Facebook page posted a photo of a group of League of Legends cosplayers decked out in the champions’ pool party skins.
Razer isn’t wasting time on Gackt’s return-on-investment. The gaming gear bigwig has dispatched the Feilong player to anchor a Street Fighter 4 public challenge
About a month back we attended a community-run eSports con in Singapore which also had a cosplay segment.
22 year old Xen Yoo from Xencraft Tech recently showed off a Dota 2 Dragon Knight cosplay to great success. He exhibited his creation at the GE3 cosplay competition to much of the audience’s delight. We’ve caught up with him to find out more about his awesome costume!
G-STAR, South Korea’s biggest gaming conference, is over. But photos from the conference are still popping up all over, and DOTA 2 fans will probably be particularly interested in this set. The popular MOBA game was on hand at the …
Cosplay is pretty popular on China’s web, but so is sarcastic humor. When Chinese gaming company Perfect World decided to launch an online cosplay contest as a promotional stunt for its recently-launched game Swordsman (笑傲江湖), it probably didn’t have jokes in mind.