League of Legends World Championship is the annual tournament hosted by the League of Legends developers, Riot Games. Commencing in 2011, the event has taken place each year in various locations around the world, from Sweden to the US, Germany to South Korea. Riot have announced that it'll be returning to the…
Insomnia57 is a gaming festival in Birmingham in the UK featuring various online YouTubers and personalities, alongside various exhibitions and retailers. One other key aspect of the Insomnia events is their eSports tournaments and with Insomnia57 just over a month away, they’ve announced the first six titles to feature. Counter…
Having played League of Legends for 6 months now, having tried to get into other MOBAs like Heroes of Newerth, the original DOTA in Warcraft 3 and Valve’s DOTA 2, I’d thought I’d give you my thoughts of the game from the perspective of someone who has never been too…
Riot games officially revealed the latest champion to join their 100+ roster.  Yasuo is the latest in Riot Games' canon of champions, whom players can purchase for use in League of Legends, the free-to-play 5v5 MOBA game that has taken the world of eSports by storm. To put things into…
Riot games officially revealed the latest champion to join their 100+ roster.  Yasuo is the latest in Riot Games' canon of champions, whom players can purchase for use in League of Legends, the free-to-play 5v5 MOBA game that has taken the world of eSports by storm. To put things into…
Riot Games has announced the official viewership for their League of Legends Season 3 World Championship Finals event. Over 32 million watched South Korea’s SK Telecom T1 and China’s Royal Club teams compete at the sold out Staples Centre. The event was televised across China, Korea and a few other…
Riot games have unveiled their plans for the Season 3 World Championship, which is the premier event for professional League of Legends esports on the world stage. The Season 3 World Championship will kick off on 16th September, when the best teams from each region will descend upon Southern California…
Major League Gaming (MLG) shattered previous records with more than 21,000 competitors and fans attending the three-day Spring Championship in Anaheim, CA. From June 28-30, hundreds of the world’s best players competed for $105,000 in prizes with FXOpen eSports (League of Legends), CompLexity (Call of Duty: Black Ops II) and…