Starcraft II - Games in Asia
Intel Extreme Masters Shenzhen final day results: the Hearthstone, Starcraft 2, League of Legends championsJuly 20, 2014 | Jing Zhang | 3 Comments
After five days of gruesome battles, the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Shenzhen tournament is finally over. Meet your champions.
Today, Singapore waves goodbye to three year old eSports team, Flash eSports. Founder and owner of Flash eSports, Terence Ting, has posted an epitaph on the website’s front page that has been long in coming.
One of South Korea’s most famous Starcraft players is back in the game after ostensibly retiring to become a pro LoL player.
Filipino Starcraft II players will be given the opportunity to bring their A-game as the Philippine eSports Organization (PESO) offers free registration on its latest, but still undated, online-only StarCraft II National Xtreme Tournament (NEXT).
Team Exile5 (x5) announced on Saturday the addition of Singapore StarCraft II player Marcus ‘Revenant’ Tan to their ranks.
This, it seems, is the end of an era. According to Daily eSports (Korean), professional Starcraft II team SouL is disbanding permanently
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.
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.
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Blizzard games are pretty big in China, and it’s hard to get bigger than Starcraft, the massively popular real-time-strategy game. The second game in the Starcraft II trilogy, Heart of the Swarm, is coming, and at China’s ChinaJoy games conference, …