Less than a month separates us from The International 2019, which will feature 18 of the best Dota 2 esports teams from all around the globe fighting for the lion’s share of the biggest prize pool in professional gaming history.
OpTic star Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke has been accused of being VAC banned on his alt account, which could potentially affect his future play at CS:GO Majors and other events.
Valve has unveiled some significant changes for the upcoming CS:GO Majors, with tournaments moved to May and November with a reduced schedule of two weeks apiece.
Video gaming and gambling is back in the news, as Valve faces another shot across its bow in the controversial in-game skins and loot crates saga.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is now free to play and includes a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone.
EbetFinder’s Mattias Fröbrant and Gamban’s Jack Symons talk about the virtues and dangers of skin betting and how it continues to affect the esports industry.
The fight between Valve and Australian Final Court (AFC) finally came to an end. The dispute has been going on…
The ESL issues an apology to Dota 2 esports fans for their poor communication and live-streams related to their recently announced Facebook broadcasting deal.
The Philippines Games and Amusements Board (GAB) signs a resolution to prescribe mandatory licensing fees, revenue tax and drug testing for esports players.
Valve has officially pulled sponsorship and Majors designation from the Galaxy Battles 2018 esports event in the Philippines, following new government esport regulations in the Philippines which subject registering esports players and promoters to “unreasonable infringements”.