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Public trials in the Dota 2 scene. OG.Ceb’s case

photo by: StarLadder Another toxic pub game witnessed a professional player, this time a TI Champion, a captain and a former

26,804 TI9 tickets available for the Chinese customers sold out in less than a minute

With the International 2019 being hosted in China, Valve split the ticket sale on two different platforms. The Chinese fans

References of TI9 Battle Pass Chat Wheel Sounds

The International 2019 Chat Wheel Sounds feature several Chinese lines which are perhaps harder to understand by the western fans.

Valve to make a their own standalone version of Dota Auto Chess

Image: www.sportskeeda.com Dota Auto Chess was a custom game created by Drodo Studio that became an instant hit with the gaming

Making the MSI 2019 All-Star team: who's the MVP on each position?

You're now the general manager of a League of Legends team. You have unlimited funds and contracts don't matter. Your

Varena: Autochess stats, leaderboards, trends and news

In any game, be it Autochess, Dota 2 or CS:GO, something that helps gamers improve, other than practice, is information

Streamers can make $50,000 per hour for sponsored streams according to report

Photo: timthetatman Twitter While we previously covered EA paying Tyler "Ninja" Blevins $1 million, a new report has come out showcasing

G2 Esports sweep Team Liquid to win MSI 2019 finals with 18-minute final game

G2 Esports are the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational champions. The LEC representatives swept Team Liquid 3-0 in a very one-sided series

Breaking the wheel: G2 Esports vs. Team Liquid MSI grand final preview

Before 2019 Mid-Season Invitational, the West has played a total of three international grand finals: MSI 2016, MSI 2017, and Worlds 2018.

Backdoor, Pyke, and a pentakill: G2 beat SKT in MSI 2019 semis

For the first time ever in competitive League of Legends, there will be an all-western international grand final. On Saturday,

Team Liquid do the impossible, eliminate iG from MSi 2019

Against all odds, LCS champions Team Liquid defeated reigning world champions Invictus Gaming 3-1 to advance to the 2019 Mid-Season