ORDER have announced former Chiefs ESC player Tyler “tucks” Reilly as their new coach, while also unveiling the signing of Ricardo “Rickeh” Mulholland and the addition Jireh “J1rah” Youakim as a temporary in-game leader for their new-look CS:GO squad.
Chiefs Esports Club and Paradox Gaming will kick off the last day of Week 5 matches at ESEA Season 33: Premier Division – Australia in what promises to be a thrilling bout between two new-look squads.
In this betting preview, we will take a look at the clash between four-time Oceanic Pro League (OPL) champions Chiefs Esports Club and Pentanet.GG, which will take place on the opening day of the sixth season.
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Grayhound secured their spot at the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals this Monday with a dominant 2-0 win against ORDER, who missed out on the final Electronic Sports League event for the second year in a row.
The ongoing Victoria Police investigation of criminal activities in Australian esports has unveiled another scandal, this time linking the criminal activities to an Overwatch Contenders team.
Fortress Esports has announced plans for a new esports and gaming complex in Melbourne, Australia, claiming it will be the largest venue of its type in the Southern Hemisphere.
Australian police have arrested six people following allegations of match-fixing in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive esports scene.
Gfinity Australia will exit the esports industry this year due to a perceived lack of growth in the local gaming scene, with parent company HT&E to focus on its core media operations instead.
Times are good for Esports Mogul. The gaming platform officially topped one million registered users last week across all of its online services on the back of a drastic increase in just the last 45 days.