Hearthstone to have a World Championship at BlizzCon

Hearthstone to have a World Championship at BlizzCon

Similar to their other eSport title StarCraft 2, Blizzard will run a series of qualifiers and tournaments and send the sixteen best players from four regions to Anaheim at the end of the year for a final championship event.

His Bark is Worse than His Bite: Why did Lycan fare so...

His Bark is Worse than His Bite: Why did Lycan fare so badly at the StarLadder LAN Playoffs?

After the conclusion of the StarSeries Season IX LAN Playoffs, many people have dubbed Team DK the Lycan killers. Despite a 65% winrate in patch 6.80, Lycan was only able to get a single win throughout the Playoffs, with DK being the only team to score a win with the hero. In this feature, Mervyn 'ItchyScratchyBalls' Tan examines the reasons for Lycan's failure. 

Cloud 9 wins NA LCS Spring Playoffs

Cloud 9 wins NA LCS Spring Playoffs

Cloud 9 defeated TSM in a decisive three game series.  This secures their spot in the regional invitational All-Stars tournament in Paris.

DK destroys Empire to earn the gold in Star Series IX

DK destroys Empire to earn the gold in Star Series IX

With a dominant 3-0 performance, the Chinese representative Team DK managed to overpower Empire for a first place finish in Star Series Season IX! With their victory, they secure the $85,000 prize, and Empire will go home with about $38,000.

OMG continue to prove their merit on W9D2

OMG continue to prove their merit on W9D2

OMG tries new things in their set against LGD that pay off incredibly well. Meanwhile, the bottom two Chinese teams look to clean up their play, facing off against each other.

LPL Week 9 kicks off with iG and WE climbing the ranks

LPL Week 9 kicks off with iG and WE climbing the ranks

In the first day of Week 9, Invictus Gaming and World Elite find convincing 2-0 wins over Royal Club and LGD Gaming.  Champion pick highlights include top lane Kayle and support Vel'Koz.

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Scythe, Titan in best-of-five The Inaugural finals tonight

DotA 2Scythe, Titan in best-of-five The Inaugural finals tonight

Streaking SEA teams Scythe and Titan will be facing off at 18:00 SGT (14:00 CET) tonight in the $3,000 finals of The Inaugural. The winner of the match will be the region's lone representative in The Summit Asia.0

Braum, the Heart of the Freljord, revealed

LoLBraum, the Heart of the Freljord, revealed

Today Riot announced the next champion that is going the League of Legends - Braum, the Heart of the Freljord.6

Hearthstone to have a World Championship at BlizzCon

HearthstoneHearthstone to have a World Championship at BlizzCon

Similar to their other eSport title StarCraft 2, Blizzard will run a series of qualifiers and tournaments and send the sixteen best players from four regions to Anaheim at the end of the year for a final championship event.4

Patch 4.6 notes revealed. Saintvicious with a rundown.

LoLPatch 4.6 notes revealed. Saintvicious with a rundown.

Today Riot revealed the changes for the incoming patch 4.6. The ex jungler and support of team Curse - Saintvicious released his rundown analysis as covering the patch changes.0

First batch of ESL Asia's national qualifiers over, second batch scheduled this weekend

DotA 2First batch of ESL Asia's national qualifiers over, second batch scheduled this weekend

The first batch of ESL Asia's national qualifiers were held last weekend, with the top two teams for each one advancing into the next stage. Five more national/regional qualifiers, those for Thailand, Indonesia, Korea, Japan and Rest-of-SEA, is scheduled this coming weekend.69

Register for GosuCup #8 Limited

HearthstoneRegister for GosuCup #8 Limited

After the Easter holidays, GosuCup returns for another Limited edition (i.e. no epic or legendary cards allowed) on Sunday, April 27th. Register now0

Top tweets of the week - April 22

DotA 2Top tweets of the week - April 22

GosuGamers presents "Top Tweets of the Week", featuring some of the best tweets from professional Dota 2 players and personalities over the week.31

The Summit Asian pre-qualifiers begin

DotA 2The Summit Asian pre-qualifiers begin

The Asian pre-qualifiers for the $50,000 tournament The Summit have just begun, with six teams fighting for three main qualifier slots. They will be joined by four invited Asian teams and the winner of The Inaugural in the battle for a spot in Los Angeles playoffs.27

Winners decklists from 2P's EU vs CN qualifiers

HearthstoneWinners decklists from 2P's EU vs CN qualifiers

We've collected 24 of the best peforming decks from this weekend's 2P EU vs CN qualifiers, from European and Chinese players both. See what's hot in China and what will help you do well on the European ladder.0

Savjz reigns at Hearth2p's Europe qualifier

HearthstoneSavjz reigns at Hearth2p's Europe qualifier

The Finnish player and Team Curse bannermen proved himself the best out of 128 sign-ups. After surviving the rough seven rounds of swiss, Savjz drilled through Turtledash, Kunzi, Beherit and Hunter specialist Lifecoach for a sweeping victory.3

TakeTV to host a Hearthstone team league

HearthstoneTakeTV to host a Hearthstone team league

Hours after Ek0p's triumph at the Hearthstone Invitational, TakeTV announced the launch of a Hearthstone team league starting April 30. A $7,000 prize pool will be given after a fortnight of competition.2

Keyd Stars win Selecter Cup 2014

LoLKeyd Stars win Selecter Cup 2014

Keyd Stars win for the second time since the entry of Korean duo SuNo and W1nged0

Cloud 9 wins NA LCS Spring Playoffs

LoLCloud 9 wins NA LCS Spring Playoffs

Cloud 9 defeated TSM in a decisive three game series.  This secures their spot in the regional invitational All-Stars tournament in Paris.2

Ek0p grabs the TakeTV Invitational gold after a 4:2 team-kill

HearthstoneEk0p grabs the TakeTV Invitational gold after a 4:2 team-kill

The German player of team DogeHouse went undefeated through the entire tournament and will be bringing home a $1,500 cheque, leaving team-mate Gnimsh as the runner-up.0

DK destroys Empire to earn the gold in Star Series IX

DotA 2DK destroys Empire to earn the gold in Star Series IX

With a dominant 3-0 performance, the Chinese representative Team DK managed to overpower Empire for a first place finish in Star Series Season IX! With their victory, they secure the $85,000 prize, and Empire will go home with about $38,000.301

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