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Maokai, Tristana, and Poppy are the next League of Legends champions schduled for a visual update

Riot is currently working on a number of preseason changes for League of Legends, but that doesn’t mean they forgot about the champion updates. The developer announced a while back that it plans to improve the game from a visual standpoint and that includes new textures for most of the champions. Riot recently posted an update regarding the matter in ...

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Overwatch will not feature a single-player campaign, but there will be a plot according to Blizzard

This year’s edition of Blizzcon was a very special one because after nearly two decades Blizzard finally announced a new IP. Overwatch has been the subject of speculation for many months after it was revealed back in April that the company trademarked that name. We didn’t actually know what it was until recently but the name did sounded fitting for a ...

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Trump shares his toughts on the upcoming Hearthstone expansion, Goblins vs Gnomes

This past weekend at Blizzcon we were treated with a host of very exciting announcements ranging from Blizzard’s new IP Overwatch to the “Looking For Group” World of Warcraft documentary and everything in between. Blizzard also unveiled the first expansion pack for Hearthstone dubbed Goblins vs Gnomes which brings more than 120 new cards to the game. Most of these cards will ...

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Top 5 most popular eSports games right now

In recent years Electronic Sports have become ridiculously popular even among people who weren’t much into gaming before. I’ve dabbled in competitive gaming on more than one occasion and I can’t begin to tell you how glad I am to see that we live in a time when it’s finally being taken seriously. But things are not equal in the world ...

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Dota 2 is now being studied in schools

There are now millions of people around the world who play Valve’s highly successful Massive Online Battle Arena, Dota 2. Although most of them play just for fun, there are also some who play it competitively and actually make a living from this game. A large portion of these players live in China, a country that has been at the forefront of ...

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The first Hearthstone World Champion has been crowned, check out his decklists here

Blizzcon 2014 hosted a number of important eSports tournaments this past weekend, including the first Hearthstone World Championship. Sixteen players from all regions competed for the grand prize of $10,000 but as always, only one of them was able to claim the glory associated with being a champion. In this case it was James “Firebat” Kostesich, a relatively unknown player that ...

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Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void – new units and changes overview and analysis

Blizzard Entertainment finally revealed the long awaited cinematic for Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void, which means that the game’s release date should’t be too far away now. Moreover, Beta registrations for the expansion are now live, although Blizzard has yet to announce when the first phase of testing will begin. What’s clear however is that the company will need ...

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The WCS 2014 ends with Life taking the title of Global Champion

The Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm World Championship Series has concluded which means that we now have a new global champion. The player in question is none other than StarTale’s Life, the only Zerg who managed to get into the quarter-finals. After defeating San with a clean 3-0 in the quarter-finals, Life went on to face TaeJa in the ...

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Blizzard finally announces a new IP and it’s calling it Overwatch

I’d never though I’d say this but Blizzard Entertainment has actually announced a brand new IP. Yes, that Blizzard and no, it has nothing to do with the Warcraft, Starcraft, or Diablo universes. The game in question goes by the name Overwatch and it looks absolutely amazing, not to mention insanely fun. Aside from being visually stunning and refreshing in terms ...

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