MOBA - Games in Asia
Want to learn to jungle like a pro with the invisible Evelynn? In this video, Chinese pros Pomelo and BuPingZ give you the scoop on the best builds, runes, masteries, and playstyles for the widowmaker.
When is Heart of the Swarm coming to China, and how is the localization work going? Netease Games put those questions to Blizzard and Netease execs.
Core Masters, a brand-new MOBA from Korean developer Soft Bigbang, has opened its gates for open beta testing in Japan today, while the rest of the world asks themselves for the millionth time why the Japanese get all the coolest …
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.
League of Legends is the most popular game in China. How did Chinese players take the announcement of the game’s newest support champ?
Of all the reasons to break up with someone, this has got to be one of the craziest we’ve yet heard of.
Smite launched for North America and Europe last month: it’s a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) that gives you unfettered access to a pantheon of gods from around the world, complete with an over-shoulder camera view and game controls more reminiscent of MMORPGs than MOBAs.
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.
Netease is now officially the China distributor for HOTS, and there’s more good news for Chinese players: beta signups have begun.
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?
Despite reporting to the contrary, China’s new League of Legends training center is more akin to a bootcamp than a college.
When Dota 2′s heroes face League of Legends champions, who will win?
LOL may be the most popular game in Asia, but that doesn’t mean you’re any good at it. Get better with some help from Chinese pros Rena and Allen.
One of China’s biggest eSports teams just announced the founding of a Smite team. The game will enter its second closed beta in China this May.
Team World Elite’s Caomei opens up in a post match interview on how to play your best, and why his teammate Weixiao got the chicken pox.
Gamers in Singapore don’t attend gaming events for the most invalid of reasons, and this is why we can’t have nice things.
We’ve translated OMG GoGoing’s recent post-game interview, in which he touches on lots of things including why he likes Trundle and his biggest opponent for All-Star 2014.