Immortals founder Noah Whinston will step down from a managerial role with the group as it gears up to bid for a stake in Infinite Esports & Entertainment.
Razer got its start making PC gaming accessories and eventually expanded into making its own gaming PCs, smartphones, and a few other oddball products. So what’s next for the company? A toaster. You know… the kind that makes bread crispier. Why? There’s a story behind that. A group of enthusiastic fans of the idea have …
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Pensioners are playing video games more than ever thanks to smartphones, a new report has revealed, as one in four over 65's are now accessing them through their mobiles.
Call of Duty's city-based league sells first five franchise teams; company staffs up for numerous mobile initiatives
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick also said the company will announce deals with more owners and markets later this year.
The first five teams for Activision’s upcoming “Call of Duty” Esports League was revealed Thursday. Leading into Activision Blizzard’s first quarter earnings call, the initi…
ONWEAR has become one of the biggest and most successful apparel brands in China. We spoke to COO, YU Chen to find out how they did it.
National Student Esports (NSE), a body for university esports in the United Kingdom, has brought in Monster Energy as the official drinks partner of its British University Esports Championship. The championship includes tournaments for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,
In a huge step in growing the global scene of eSports, the country of Denmark has unveiled its plans to grow the sport in the country. According to a Motherboard article yesterday, Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has long been a proponent of eSports. He recently took a trip to the headquarters of Astralis, a