Team Liquid wins Dota 2’s biggest tournament of the year, taking home over $10 million of the $24 million prize pool while setting multiple records along the way.
The Olympic Council of Asia makes a formal announcement that eSports will be made official medal sports at the upcoming 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China.
An in-depth look at the top performing Steam games of 2016 reveals that games from 2015 have outperformed games from 2016, retaining the top spots yet again.
Valve is creeping into paid user-generated content once again, though the system in place for DOTA 2 is remarkably different than the failed Skyrim workshop.
Clever gamers uncover hidden maps mistakenly released in a VR performance test, based on Half-Life and Left 4 Dead, as well as a possible Left 4 Dead 3 survivor.
The latest patch for Valve’s extremely popular MOBA game, Dota 2, contains possible evidence confirming the existence of the ever elusive Half-Life 3.
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.
Valve announces a major overhaul for the popular MOBA title ‘Dota 2’, complete with a move to a new engine, a new user interface, and guided bot matches.
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.
In our weekly round-up, we discuss changing coming to ‘Halo: Master Chief Collection’, ‘Shadow of Mordor’ Game of the Year Edition, ‘Dota 2’ International ticket sales and more.