Blizzard has made changes to its shooter title in preparation for the Overwatch World Cup playoffs this weekend.
Blizzard has opened a dedicated eSports arena in Los Angeles, where it will host live competitive gaming events.
Blizzard has outlined the standards used for signing professional players in the Overwatch League.
Bravado Gaming is considered the best competitive gaming organisation in South Africa, with teams competing in CS:GO, Call of Duty, and Dota 2.
Telkom’s Digital Gaming League recently rebranded as VS Gaming, and has renewed its focus on growing the South African eSports industry.
Kaizer Chiefs will take part in this year’s Rush eSports event at the Sandton Convention Centre from 21-23 July.
The 2017 Summer X Games will host a $75,000 Rocket League tournament in Minneapolis.
The creators of rAge have partnered with HP Omen to launch an annual eSports event called Rush.
Orena has launched the Champions Series eSports tournament for Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Bravado Gaming has defeated Energy eSports to claim first prize in the Samsung Galaxy CS: GO Championship.
The Telkom Digital Gaming League has rebranded and partnered with SuperSport to air its upcoming Dota 2 and CS:GO tournaments.
Samsung has partnered with local eSports studio Mettlestate to host a R1-million gaming tournament in South Africa.
ESL has partnered with Kwesé Sports to launch the first professional eSports competition in Africa.
Competitive gaming has seen a massive increase in popularity over the past few years, both internationally and in South Africa.
Telkom has announced that the prize pool for its 2017 DGL Masters competitive gaming tournament will be R1.5 million.
The eSports industry is experiencing massive growth worldwide, and doesn’t look to be slowing down.
Will Ferrell will star as a professional eSports player in as yet untitled Legendary comedy.
MyGaming talks to one of South Africa’s best CS: GO players about whether expensive gaming mice, keyboards, and headsets are worth their price tag.
ACGL has announced the XP Festival , which will see local gamers competing for a variety of prizes on console and PC.
Does the size and the prize money being offered in South Africa actually equate to eSports being a real sport?