Games

The Elder Scrolls: Legends finally launches on PC

The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the card game based on The Elder Scrolls universe, has officially launched on PC.  The game has been in beta for some time, but has now officially launched on PC meaning anyone can jump in and play. The game is available for free and can be …

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Sign up for the Quake Champions beta now

Bethesda has announced that it is now accepting sign ups for the Quake Champions beta, which is expected to launch in the coming weeks.  Those hoping to get into the beta can sign up on the official site, and also check out a ton of new information about the game, …

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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers releases in May

When Nintendo gave us a first look at the games that are coming to the Nintendo Switch the biggest surprise for eSports fans was Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. The remake of the classic fighting game is one of the Switch’s most anticipated titles, with the thought of …

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CCP announces Sparc, a full-body VR sport

CCP, the developers behind EVE Online, have announced a new VR game called Sparc.  The game is a full body sport that is played in virtual reality, which means you will have to move around a lot in real life to play it. From the trailer it looks kind of …

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Rainbow Six caster Panky on his eSports journey and growing the scene

Christopher Pankhurst, better known as Panky to pretty much every one, has been around the eSports scene for some time. Things started out for him in League of Legends, where he enjoyed a stint working for Riot Games, before deciding to test the waters of freelance casting and streaming. Since …

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BAFTA announces the nominations for the AMD Esports Audience Award

BAFTA has announced the nominees for the AMD Esports Audience Award.  The award will be handed out on April 6th, at the BAFTA Game Awards, but will be the only award voted for by the public.  Clash Royale, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, League of Legends, Overwatch and Street Fighter …

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Lylat Cruise restored to competitive play in Smash 4

The Lylat Cruise stage has been restored to the competitive map pool in the Super Smash Bros Wii U ruleset after community outcry.  The stage was removed earlier in the year when the new tournament ruleset was revealed, however fans and pro players were not happy with the change. After …

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The First Hour returns to Ginx with Overwatch focused first episode

The First Hour will return to Ginx TV next week for the first episode in the new series. Overwatch will be the focus of the return broadcast, which will take place at 8pm (UK time) on Thursday 16th February, with hosts Adam Savage and Anthony Richardson playing through, as you …

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Dust2 will no longer be played as a competitive CS:GO map

Valve has removed Dust2 from the active map pool in CS:GO, meaning it will no longer be played at a pro level.  The latest patch to CS:GO has re added Inferno to the active map pool, after almost a year out of rotation that involved a significant rework. It’s addition …

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