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London Will Host an Epic Tournament FACEIT CSGO Major 2018

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For the first time, FACEIT will be organising and sponsoring the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament. Many gaming fans in attendance and those watching online the Major Championship will witness all the fighting action while placing their esports bets from the 4th until 23rd September 2018. The match will gather the best professional Counter-Strike teams that will compete against one another ...

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How esports can change the lives of people

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  Sports, in all their forms, are a great thing in our lives. The traditional sports, naturally, are great for people’s bodies and overall health. They make people feel better and ensure the fitness we are all striving for. Unfortunately, there are people who due to one cause or another simply can’t play traditional sports. Thankfully, for these people, in the ...

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Are eSports Skills Practical in the Real World?

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Surprisingly, a great number of professional gamers are also some of the best athletes in the real world. That’s right – they’re athletes. With their lightning-quick responses and excellent hand-eye coordination, these persons have a set of traits that enable them to always dominate and win trophies. With these skills, gamers can easily participate in highly-competitive games like the Pro ...

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Poker Star Fedor Holz Invests In Team EnVy And Dallas Fuel

EnVy Gaming has a new minority owner, and it is none other than professional poker player Fedor Holz. The 24-year-old invested in the organization that is the parent company of Team EnVy and Dallas Fuel in the summer of this year. The team are involved in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty, League of Legends, Halo, Rocket League and Overwatch, ...

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Riot Approves Huge League of Legends Streaming Deal

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League of Legends developer Riot Games reached a 300 million dollar streaming deal yesterday with technology firm BAMtech. This is news that may very well turn the structure of eSports streaming on its head, as this deal is very similar to the broadcasting contracts associated with traditional sports. It’s going to become increasingly hard to argue that eSports are not ...

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Call of Duty World League Comes to Las Vegas

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Las Vegas plays host to Activision’s Call of Duty this weekend, as the top eSports teams kick off the first part of the competition to become the Call of Duty World League 2017 Champions. The very best players from around the world face off in the first open event of the Call of Duty World League season. More than 160 ...

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Destiny and Red Bull partner up to bring you a new quest

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No, your eyes do not deceive you, there truly is a Red Bull promotion for Destiny’s The Taken King expansion pack when it comes out in September. According to an Activision press release and a promotional page at quest.redbull.com, specially marked cans of Destiny Edition Red Bull, sold exclusively at 7-11 in July, will have an access code. Redeeming the code ...

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eSports Don’t Need To Be Considered A ‘Sport’

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The incomparable Jessica Conditt, senior reporter at Engadget, recently put up an article about eSports, and their merit as sports. This has been a debate that’s raged on since the dawn of eSports, and everyone seems to have an opinion. In her article, Jessica likens hockey to a real-life game of League of Legends, with players all having designated positions and ...

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