Category Archives: Esports

FIFA eNations Cup draw made, eLions players confirmed

The group stage for the first ever FIFA eNations Cup has been set following the official draw that took place yesterday. Featuring 20 of the world's top FIFA esports teams from across all six confederations (CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, CAF, OFC, AFC and UEFA), the inaugural FIFA eNations Cup will take place in London on April 13th…
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UK Call of Duty team shine as Luminosity win CWL Fort Worth

The second global open event of the 2018/19 CWL Season has concluded. North American roster Luminosity Gaming (pictured, above) took home the championship after defeating Splyce in the Grand Finals. Coming in third place was UK team, Reciprocity.   Reciprocity making waves Prior to CWL Fort Worth, Reciprocity benched Australian player Denholm 'Denz' Taylor in…
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94% of European mobile operators to trial 5G in esports venues by end of 2020

Esports will benefit hugely from 5G technology, according to a survey of mobile operators from across Europe and the rest of the world. Software and services provider Amdocs surveyed operators about their ambitions to offer 5G services at major sports and esports events. Every single European operator that took part in the study said they…
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ESL UK responds to CSGO Prem criticism

ESL UK has responded to criticism of rule changes and communication in the ESL CSGO Premiership.   What happened? Last week, Team Endpoint UK CSGO player Max "MiGHTYMAX" Heath posted a Twitlonger outlining a string of grievances aimed at ESL. There were two main areas of criticism: Communication around changes and rules: Changing the match schedule, rulebook…
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Apex Legends’ first pro UK player Wacko on joining Penta, forming a team and leaving ‘stale’ PUBG behind

Yet another team has announced its commitment to the most hyped battle royale game of the moment: Apex Legends. Penta Sports have acquired their own Apex Legends team consisting of UK's Jack 'Wacko' Middleton, France's Matthieu 'Oraxe' Ribiere and Germany's Herman 'Nesh' Kobrin. As a result, Wacko is officially the first UK player to be signed to compete in…
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Insomnia64 announces BYOC esports tournaments including £12,000 Overwatch Cup

Insomnia Gaming Festival has revealed the BYOC (bring your own computer) esports tournament line-up for i64 next month. First up, there's a Rocket League tournament with a prize pool of up to £3,500, plus League of Legends and CSGO competitions, both of which have pools of up to £10,000 each. Then there's the bigger £12,000 Overwatch Cup. According…
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