Adult Swim has produced a Rick and Morty announcer pack for DOTA 2 which was approved by communal vote, and is now available for download within the game itself!
Sports multimedia giant ESPN announces that they will dedicate an episode of their popular E:60 series to The International 5 and winning American team, Evil Geniuses.
For the first time in the Dota 2 tournament’s history, an American team won The International. Evil Geniuses claimed more than $6 million from the prize pool.
Sales of the new ‘Dota 2’ Compendium for The International 2015 have already helped raise more than $11 million and could make it the biggest prize pool in history.
In the latest string of ‘Star Wars’-inspired PC gaming mods, Darth Vader and R2-D2 have made their way to ‘DOTA 2’ as skins for the Juggernaut and his healing ward.
A popular ‘League of Legends’ player is calls it quits, ‘Hearthstone’ may be getting a new tournament, and this year’s Dota 2 Compendium is now on sale.
Valve announces plans for the ‘Dota’ championships while dealing with turmoil in the ‘CS:GO’ scene, and Blizzard hands out bans to two prolific ‘Hearthstone’ players and ESPN covers ‘Heroes of the Storm’.
One of the best ‘Call of Duty’ pro players retires, the LCS playoffs feature some unexpected upsets, and Red Bull’s Battlegrounds series kicks off with a crowdfunding bundle.
A gaming research firm says that the MOBA genre brought in more than $400 million in revenue last year and will continue to grow at an industry-leading pace in 2015.
This week’s eSports Report has all of the action from this weekend’s Call of Duty World Championship, and updates on Project M and The International 2015.
This week’s eSports Report features a battle for supremacy in ‘League of Legends’, the longest ‘Dota 2’ match, news about a new major Red Bull venture, and an ESL documentary.
From skateboarding phoenixes to flying sharks, ‘Dota 2’ has an interesting array of custom-made couriers. The latest one to enter the approval process is none other than ‘Goat Simulator’s hero.
The eSports Report is the readers’ one stop guide to the week that was in competitive gaming. This week get the latest news on ‘CS:GO’, ‘League of Legends’ and ‘Hearthstone’.
Another Steam record is broken. Valve’s online battle arena title ‘DotA 2’ is the first game to reach 1 million concurrent users, a feat that was likely due to the New Bloom Festival.
Valve is still teasing the existence of ‘Half-Life 3’ without confirming anything, this time by referencing the game in a recent ‘DOTA 2’ UGC tools release.
Following huge discounts during its holiday sale, PC gaming platform Steam has set and subsequently broke its concurrent user record three times over the last 30 days.
ESPN President John Skipper does not believe eSports are ‘sports,’ but instead likens competitive gaming to competitions like chess or checkers.