While the Chinese government maintains an ambivalent attitude towards esports, enthusiasm among fans is surging—as shown by this weekend’s celebrations.
In a move that's sure to delight dozens, the Dark Knight is teaming up with esports influencers FaZe Clan.
As its sequel comes into focus, Blizzard finally figures out what it wants 'Overwatch' to be.
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"They call us Chinese and then harass us. The racism here is unspeakable."
The Navy’s return to esports is a more managed affair.
Millions of people watch esports every year and the business of video game competition is healthy, on paper.
Pakistani gamers helped save India's slot at a PUBG tournament after India banned the game.
Gamers worry about losing followers, not being able to compete in tournaments with million-dollar prizes, and finding a new job amid rising unemployment.
The Navy insists it’s not recruiting on Twitch. While that’s technically correct, it’s disingenuous and cuts to the heart of the Military esports controversy.
The lawyers also demanded in the letter that both the Army and Navy’s esports teams 'adopt and publish written policies to ensure that others are not banned from these channels in the future based on viewpoint.'