On this episode, Danish esports gets a shot in the arm, Riot drops the hammer on racist a-holes, Valve heats up the race to TI9 with changes to region allocation and an ever-growing prize pool, Denial is denying players their pay, and esports viewership is seemingly on the rise.
On this episode, The International is printing money, Tencent brings Peace to PUBG, Magic proves that cheating isn't limited to digital games, NRG gets out of Overwatch, and Call of Duty is finally getting franchised.
On this episode, Epic found an expensive way to bring Rocket League to the Epic store, Liquid uses their new found bank roll to get into Auto Chess, Riot hates spoilers as much as you do, CS:GO may be on the verge of another rosterpocalypse, and RNG dominates the HCT World Championships.
On this episode, Liquid gets more...liquid, PUBG is still making bank, Hungrybox get a little crabby, Overwatch is coming to Havana, Sony doubles down on VR in esports, and ESL takes giving trophies to everyone to a new level.
On this episode, Joker is on his way to Smash, Gen.G is making it rain, the honeymoon may be over for Apex Legends, League of Legends continues to pull big audience numbers, the latest cheating drama in esports comes from Fortnite, Auto Chess has arrived on mobile, and the hits keep coming for ESL One Mumbai.
On this episode, Overwatch League sees more retirements, the Fortnite gold rush continues, StretchGate is a thing, Dota 2 is struggling to fill team slots, but not as much as Artifact is struggling to find viewers, another traditional sports giant gets into Esports, and toxicity isn't just limited to online matches in CS:GO.
On this episode, AutoChess is all grown up, the Apex Legends pass is here, and it's...something, big changes coming to OWL in Stage 2, Call of Duty is coming to Mobile, and Artifact Esports aren't worth much.
On this episode, Dota2 AutoChess continues to grow, Apex Legends is getting a Battle Pass, CS:GO finds itself int he midst of another betting scandal, and someone is taking the Player Unknown out of PUBG. But First, Blizzard seems to have decided that there is more money in franchising than game development.