MOBA - Games in Asia
S2 Games MOBA Strife has just launched in open beta. I talked to CEO Marc DeForest about the company’s strategy for Asia, and how the game came to be.
S2 Games has just added a truly single-player experience to its new MOBA Strife. I got to play it on Wednesday; here’s what I thought of it.
As of right now, S2 Games’ self-branded next-gen MOBA Strife is available in open beta for all to play. And there’s a twist.
Famous for its various anime, game, and movie characters without any license to do so, China MOBA 300 Heroes remains popular in China. But how’s it play?
I won’t say that Pinoys don’t trash-talk or don’t swear, but here’s something to ponder on: they don’t do it all the time.
Netease Allstars is on the horizon, but it faces stiff competition. We break down the four innovations Netease is trying to bring to the MOBA genre.
Check out this video with Chinese LOL and Dota players talking about each others’ games, and the rivalry between them.
China’s LOL servers seem to be undergoing a rise in the number of players using DDOS tools to cheat by booting all their opponents from the game.
Watch live as Star Horn Royal Club and LGD Gaming face off in the LPL Summer 2014 Playoffs, complete with English commentary!
China’s LPL Summer2014 Playoff semifinals have started! Check inside for a live English stream.
World Elite may not be a contender for the best League of Legends team in China, but it definitely has the best fans.
Day 2 of China’s LPL Summer2014 Playoffs have started! Check inside for a live English stream.
Welcome to Dota 2 public matchmaking, where everyone wants to go mid!
Rumors have spread that a Chinese League of Legends team will be heading to Korea, but unfortunately it’s false.
China’s LPL Summer2014 Playoffs start right now! Check inside for a live English stream.
With no hope left for the playoffs or world championship qualifiers, what’s next for World Elite?
The LPL Summer 2014 regular season is over, but the playoffs start tomorrow to determine the best teams in China.