Major esports business news, as Blizzard Entertainment announced they created a division just for Overwatch esports, including the Overwatch League and the Overwatch World Cup. As the company begins to focus on esports, Blizzard is [more]
Activision have confirmed they are putting up $3,325,000 in total tournament prize money over the next five months of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare cycle, and the reminder could be enough to spark some team [more]
Call of Duty is coming to Paris! And London! And Birmingham! And Sheffield! This week Activision announced partnerships with four tournament organizers in Europe, resulting in four big LAN events for an EU scene that [more]
Esports were a major attraction at this year’s Blizzcon, the annual convention put on by Activision/Blizzard to celebrate the many titles under the company’s banner. World of Warcraft arena matches, StarCraft 2, Overwatch, and Hearthstone [more]
Talk about a blast from the past- this week Activision announced Call of Duty XP is back after a long hiatus. The event will be at the Forum in Ingelwood, California from September 2nd-4th, 2016. [more]
Athletic sports have had to deal with racist chants during football games, fans throwing bananas at players, and even physical violence in the stands. When it comes to esports, racism is primarily contained to the online [more]
It’s the reveal trailer that launched a thousand hot takes on Twitter, YouTube voice overs, and even our own ESS review- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has ruffled some feathers, but today pros and prominent members of the Call of Duty competitive community are giving the game a vote of confidence.
This season of a pro league in Call of Duty has been good for online viewers who get to watch two days of consistent, mostly on-time online matches each week, and get to enjoy a fun and innovative game to boot.