The group stage of the 2019 CS:GO Asia Championships concludes this Thursday, when we will learn which six teams will advance to the playoffs and which two teams will be sent packing.
The 2019 Asia Championship is a CS:GO esports tournament scheduled to run from Wednesday, November 20 until Sunday, November 24 in Shanghai, China. Eight teams will tussle over a US $500,000 prize pool, with the winner taking home a cool $250,000.
The lineup for the opening Dota 2 Major of the season was confirmed on Sunday, November 10, but it was not until this Thursday that the group draw was finished and revealed to the public.
MDL Chengdu is the first Major of the 2019/20 Dota Pro Circuit and marks the DPC’s return to China for the first time since StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 4, which took place in early February 2018.
Hangzhou Spark announced on Monday that they will part ways with their support player Hyeong-Geun “Revenge” An, who has been with the team since November 2018.
Astralis delivered a clean sweep against 100 Thieves in the finals of IEM Beijing on Sunday, November 10, which earned them US $125,000 prize money and a direct invite to IEM Katowice 2020.
In a bid to battle gaming addiction, the Chinese government has imposed a curfew that will restrict the amount of time residents under the age of 18 will be able to spend playing their favourite online games.
Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV – Beijing is set to kick off Thursday, November 7 at the Beijing University Students’ Stadium in Beijing-Haidian and conclude three days later on Sunday, November 10.
Following a dismissal performance at the MDL Chengdu qualifiers, Chai “Mushi” Yee Fung has decided to part ways with Dota 2 esports outfit Keen Gaming.
Hearthstone esports pro Chung “Blitzchung” Ng Wai has copped 12-month ban from competitive play after expressing his support for the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.