How Esports Teams Decide to Expand Into New Games
The shuttering of pro squads prior to the launch of Blizzard's professional Overwatch league illustrates the risks and rewards teams like Immortals and Team Liquid must consider when choosing new games.
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'He Was More into Starcraft Than My Vagina'
VICE.com's most memorable lines from the week of June 26, presented with zero context.
People Talk About the Pop Culture That Ended Their Relationship
Infidelity, long distances, and financial struggles can be weathered. Liking the Fray is unforgivable.
'StarCraft: Remastered' Doesn't Fix The Broken Perfection of 'Brood War'
Bad pathfinding, a ridiculous engine, user-unfriendly controls, all preserved to update the greatest competitive RTS in history.
Learning The Bizarre Digital Body Language of 'Botolo'
Competitive video games are often so complex that they can lose a bit of the human drama of performance. 'Botolo' represents another way.
'StarCraft' Mod Makes Zerg Rushes Cuter Than Ever
Mod based on CarbotAnimation's StarCrafts set to hit StarCraft 2 on October 11.
'StarCraft Universe' Isn't Really an MMO, But It's Still Wonderful
We spent a few hours with a 'StarCraft II' mod that changed the game to play more like 'World of Warcraft.'
There's a Fan-Made 'StarCraft' MMO, and Blizzard Isn't Going to Shut It Down
Five-year-old fan made project at last hits open beta, with a full release scheduled for next month.
retired at 19
Pro at 15, Retired at 19: Welcome to the World of Professional eSport
"It's not relaxed play-when-you-feel-like-it. I would play 10-12 hours a day 7 days a week and take very few breaks."
Why 'True' AI In Video Games Is a Marketing Gimmick
Don’t expect to have a HAL 9000 moment with your Xbox any time soon.
A Human Thrashed Three AI Bots at Starcraft
Researchers pitted homo sapiens against AI to see who would emerge the winner.
9 People Have Been Arrested for Fixing 'StarCraft' Matches
Pro players, organized crime, and a journalist have been implicated in a match-fixing scandal.