search slide
search slide
pages bottom
Currently Browsing: Results for Tag "ESL"

Overwatch's First Big Tournament Gives Out $100,000 In Prize Money

Overwatch's First Big Tournament Gives Out $100,000 In Prize Money The finals came after a slew of qualifying matches that featured over 200 teams from North America and Europe.The final line was split down the middle with four European teams and four North American.

'Overwatch' gets its first international champion after heated showdown

'Overwatch' gets its first international champion after heated showdown The Atlantic Showdown featured dozens of teams from North America and Europe battling for their piece of the $100,000 prize pool.Not only was this the first international Overwatch LAN tournament, it was also the first Overwatch tournament with a six-figure prize pool.

Twitter will live stream more than a dozen esports tournaments in 2017

Twitter will live stream more than a dozen esports tournaments in 2017 The events are not being streamed exclusively to Twitter and will still be available to watch on other platforms.Along with these events, which include all nine upcoming DreamHack events in 2017, Twitter will be hosting exclusive live content produced by ESL, which includes a weekly 30-minute show featuring tournament highlights and behind-the-scenes videos, according to an email release.

Twitter to live-stream more than 15 eSports events as part of ESL deal

Twitter to live-stream more than 15 eSports events as part of ESL deal On Thursday, the social platform announced a new deal with the world’s largest eSports company, ESL, that will include a total of 1,500 hours of live broadcasts from over 15 events.The live-streams will be available globally to both logged-in and logged-out users via dedicated ESL, IEM, and DreamHack live URLS.

Counter-Strike Tournament Organizer Changes Rules For Benefit Of Banned Cheaters

Counter-Strike Tournament Organizer Changes Rules For Benefit Of Banned Cheaters Traditionally, any pros found cheating have been barred from competing in tournaments, but one organizer has decided to let them back in.Match-fixers, for example, will still be barred from competing in ESL events.

Cheaters will be allowed back in to some 'Counter-Strike' tournaments -- Pros and fans are not happy

Cheaters will be allowed back in to some 'Counter-Strike' tournaments -- Pros and fans are not happy Now, one of the biggest tournament organizers is only honoring Valve's ban on cheaters for two years.This effects all of ESL's CS:GO events: Intel Extreme Masters events, ESL One tournaments and ESL Pro League seasons starting with the upcoming sixth season.

OpTic crowned champions at $1 million 'Halo' championship

OpTic crowned champions at $1 million 'Halo' championship The Halo World Championship took place this past weekend at the ESL Studios in California.Twelve teams battled for $1 million, but one team stood head and shoulders above the rest.