Esportsheaven’s Editor in Chief’s investigation about the heads of the multi-billion company reveals a group of tax evaders, money embezzlers and convicted criminals.16
Optimistic words come from Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick. In the quarterly earnings report, Kotick states that Blizzard's new card game can become the fourth mega franchise of the California studio and take its place among StarCraft, WarCraft and Diablo.0
Blizzard and Twitch.tv will be partnering to award $45,000 to the most accomplished streamers of the Blizzard franchises. The nominees will be divided into 14 categories - both data-driven and community-voted - and the first results should come next week.0
Since this week, everyone who wants to test Blizzard's free to play card game Hearthstone is allowed to do so as the game is now in open beta. Curious to see how our community likes the game we ask you: "Which Hearthstone class do you fancy the most?"21
The Swedish eSports company and MTGx of the international media group "Modern Times Group" will cooperate to build an eSports studio in the Swedish capital, gunning for "7 days a week, 365 days a year" broadcast.7
Heart of the Swarm climbs two spots and makes it to top three of most watched games on Twitch.tv, but loses the race to the MOBA leaders.
We at GosuGamers in cooperation with GIGABYTE are giving you the chance to win top notch hardware by betting on IEM World Championship matches proving to be the best GosuBetter around.20
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GosuGamers' Radoslav "Nydra" Kolev talks to Oliver Fedtke and Manuel Kotschote, two guys with the ambitious project of creating Europe's largest professional eSports conference in order to attract the attention of mainstream businesses.7
In today's developer's blog, Wyatt Cheng visits the issue of crowd control skills, their diminishing efficiency as the game gets harder and how it will all change in Patch 188.8.131.52
After a Crit Mass Melee Wizard and a Tornado Barbarian, we stay on the theme of builds that put the characters in the middle of it all. In this edition of the Guide Collector, we take an unorthodox approach to the Demon Hunter, making him take damage in the thousands instead of dealing it glass-cannon style.4
We'll collect everything - cookie cutters, hardcore survival, fun and unorthodox builds, leveling and endgame strats or such designed for one particular act or boss fight. We'll examine how each of these can be customized to better fit different playstyles, what gear to look for, what are the underlying concepts of the build, how to play it (and how not to play it) and its pro's and con's.
For our first issue we take the somewhat unorthodox melee Wizard build revolving around the Critical Mass passive and crit chance gear.5
Going back one month, we follow all the events that convoyed the third installment of the beloved franchise: the records, the technical issues, the ponies... God knows what's in store for next month.