Aaron Rutledge, the former Riot Games employee who was fired last week for making disparaging comments about a League of Legends streamer, comments on the game’s community.
eSports is rapidly growing in 2017, with twelve different games crossing a threshold of $1,000,000 total prize pool across all tournaments and leagues.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds overtakes Overwatch in Korean Internet cafes, with some fans wondering if the battle royale title will hold onto its lead for good.
China now requires video game developers to reveal the item odds in loot boxes, with companies complying or receiving temporary suspensions on loot boxes.
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.
The University of Utah announces a brand new scholarship for varsity eSports, with League of Legends confirmed as the first game to be covered by the scholarship.
Research firm SuperData releases its financial findings for September 2016 and Pokemon GO, Destiny, and League of Legends aren’t going away any time soon.
After four years as the most-played game each week in South Korea, League of Legends finally loses the crown to Blizzard’s massively successful first-person shooter Overwatch.
An elderly woman mistakes a League of Legends statue for that of a Chinese general, accidentally praying to Garen the champion instead of an immortalized general.
In case spectators thought Shaq’s involvement with the video game industry couldn’t get any more bizarre, the gargantuan ex-NBA star now sponsors a League of Legends squad.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban reveals his interest in eSports, referring to competitive gaming as ‘real sport’ in the run-up to a League of Legends show match.
A new job listing reveals that ESPN has designs to offer more eSports coverage, following the success of events aired on television over the past year.
Riot Games, the developer of popular MOBA ‘League of Legends’, begins testing a new behavior reform system. The system will ban players within 15 minutes of a game’s end.
This week’s eSports Report covers the ‘League of Legends’ Midseason Invitational, the sale of pro league ESL, and the story of a man who spent $3K on Hearthstone while drunk.
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.
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.
‘Diablo 3’ and ‘League of Legends’ cosplayer Azellius gives Game Rant a behind the scenes look at just how much work, money, and brain power it takes to build an unforgettable costume.