ESL, the world’s largest esports company, will run the new League of Legends European Masters tournament, launching this April with the first Spring split in the UK. 26 teams will compete for a prize pool of €150,000 with matches broadcasted live in ten languages at:
BlizzCon is one of the biggest gaming events of the year, giving gamers everywhere a chance to connect and geek out over their shared passion, learn more about Blizzard’s worlds and games directly from the creators, cheer on their favorite esports stars through world-class competition, and much more.
Red Bull announces the official public launch of the Red Bull Gaming Sphere. This Friday, March 23rd, sees the inaugural ‘Friday Night Brawl’, a knockout tournament where players compete for a £100 cash prize.
As the Esports industry continues to grow rapidly at a global scale, all eyes now are fixed on Asia as the next big market. The only esports B2B-focused event in Asia, the Esports Asia Summit is happening on 23 – 24 May 2018 in Singapore.
The ESI Super Forum will cover issues such as investment in teams and leagues, guidance on where the key opportunities exist and how to go about making the most of them, sponsorship and examples of brands doing well in esports
In a mesmerising Grand Final, showcasing the potential of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Esports scene, PENTA Esports crowned world Champions.
Ubisoft has just unveiled the esports program for Rainbow Six: Siege. A Major with 16 of the best teams from around the world will be held in Paris next August.
The last place that will be awarded for the Rainbow Six Invitational is the one decided by the community vote and Team Vitality is still in the race.
Three days of music and games come to Minneapolis featuring guests Jason Graves and Disasterpeace with bands Super Guitar Bros. and Arc Impulse
Applications are open for the London Games Festival Fringe, running as part of the London Games Festival this year (5 – 15 April).