How the eSports community cares for injured players

Clinton Loomis, known to many by his online alias Fear, had his first experience of arm pain in Dec. 2013. For more than a decade, Loomis has been a professional esports athlete for Defense of the Ancients (Dota) and Dota 2. At tournaments, his repu...

The NBA’s big esports push begins in May 2018

The line between esports and traditional sports is blurring, and organizations like the National Basketball Association are looking to stay ahead of the curve. Seventeen teams from the NBA will be part of the upcoming 2K League, a competition it crea...

‘Rocket League’ is almost ready for your next LAN party

More than two years post-launch, Rocket League keeps things fresh with regular updates to its car-based soccer game. We've seen a Dropshot mode added this past March, a basketball update in April, a cyberpunk look in June, a ton of freebies in an Ann...

Recommended Reading: Japan’s eSports struggle

The Crazy Laws Keeping Japanese Out of Video Game Competitions Yuji Nakamura and Takako Taniguchi, Bloomberg Japan is a popular locale for video games, but laws are keeping eager players from participating in the eSports revolution. Bloomberg has...