The Intel Extreme Masters pro tournament will be stopping off in Taipei this January for LOL and Starcraft 2 competitions.
The next major Dota 2 tournament is coming up, but only one Chinese team is allowed.
Did you manage to come on down for our eSports panel in Singapore last week?
If you’re good at Dota 2, then prove it by joining ESL Asia’s new Go4Dota2 Cup series!
ESL Asia launches first ESL Philippines Opening Series for Dota 2, League of Legends, and HearthstoneMay 16, 2014 | Xairylle
After its recent expansion in Asia, Electronic Sports League (ESL) Asia has set its sights on the Philippine eSports scene as it hosts its first ever Philippine league in partnership with the Mineski Events Team, Smart GameX, and Garena.
If you’ve made plans to attend The International 2014 this August, you may have to reschedule.
13 fun facts about the Intel Extreme Masters Singapore (plus some exclusive news about the IEM World Championships!)November 30, 2013 | Mary-Anne Lee | 2 Comments
You thought you knew everything – you read the Liquipedia entries, glued your eyes to Twitch, trawled the forums. Then we brought you behind-the-scenes photos of the Intel Extreme Masters Singapore. And now we’re bringing you a little bit more …
2012 was the Electronic Sports League’s first time hosting any tournament in Southeast Asia, let alone a top-grade pro-gaming tournament. The Intel Extreme Masters Season 7 Singapore stop was not without hiccups, and poor support from local companies and fans caused many to believe the prestigious tour would not return.
But it did.
What is the Electronic Sports League (ESL)? If you’re not into eSports, the name might not ring a bell. But the ESL heads the operations of the Intel Extreme Masters, among many other eSporty things, and it touched down in …
You heard that right, the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) are coming back to Singapore, and I couldn’t be happier. It’s strange that they’ve come back, given a lack of audience at last year’s Singapore stop, but I’m not complaining.