In an attempt to tackle anti-social behaviour at football games, the Dutch FA plans to introduce a device that registers the identity and location of banned fans on match day.
In the early noughties, Cherno Samba was the ultimate acquisition on the Championship Manager soccer simulation game. In reality, he never quite lived up to his virtual billing, though he still has endless potential for greatness.
Lira spent ten years bouncing around various soccer leagues in Brazil. Now the 27-year-old believes professional gaming can be as financially lucrative as his soccer career—if not more so, given the financial situation of many Brazilian clubs.
The dirty secret of the esports industry is how so many players' livelihoods depends on one competition a year.
Competitive infractions have dissipated as brand-saving measures are on the rise. What does that mean for where esports are heading?
We've heard this sales pitch before. The Esports Integrity Coalition is the latest organization to position itself as a force to save esports from the pitfalls—doping, match-fixing, corruption—that could consume them.
The money is coming in fast and furious, but greater financial diversity is needed.
The only thing worse than sports commentary is sports commentary in video games. But the next edition of EA's flagship franchise could change that.
This weekend, the best fighting game players in the world will descend on Las Vegas. It's not as corporate as you'd expect.
The production value may be similar to traditional sports, but the intricacies and quirks of a esports event are uniquely theirs.
Blizzard's latest blockbuster has lived up to the hype so far. How big it gets from here depends on the developer—and the players.