Spartak Moscow joins in on the esports boom by expanding the organization with new CS:GO, Dota 2, and League of Legends teams.
Spartak Moscow Adding New Esports Squads
In another step toward cementing Las Vegas as a North American esports hub, Allied Esports is set to bring a new venue to The Strip in 2018.
A new Facebook Live feature puts the social network on the list of potential streaming outlets for gamers. It’ll be competing with platforms like Twitch.
This year’s Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice attracted a record-breaking crowd of 173,000 fans and became the biggest esports event in history.
The online bookmaker Betway has launched Betway Arena, an esports event series that will feature five matches in the coming weeks.
Blizzard’s popular first-person shooter Overwatch took home four awards at this year’s DICE event in Las Vegas, where it was crowned Game of the Year.
The market research firm Newzoo issued a new report with glowing outlook for esports’ future, including predictions of $1.5 billion in revenue by 2020.
Bookmaker William Hill will offer betting during the upcoming Dreamhack Masters in Las Vegas after getting approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Odgers Berndtson, one of the top global executive search firms, has dedicated resources to enter the esports scene, embracing the growth of the industry.
German car maker Audi entered the esports industry by signing a $750,000 sponsorship deal with Danish CS:GO team Astralis.