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Kiwi E Blacks set to smash the IESF World Champs next month
TEKKEN 7 player Daniel ‘Wowzer’ Cossingtom is off to South Korea this December to represent the country at the 11th IESF World Championships.
Finally, the esports battleground is safer and fairer for everyone
Finally, the esports industry has something of a universal code of conduct when it comes to fair play and fun.
Esports market reaches new heights
The esports market is continuing to gain momentum, and Extreme Networks says this is contriuting to a growing demand for fast and reliable Wi-Fi connections and more robust network infrastructure.
Gartner: Blockchain to be “transformational” within a decade
Gartner’s 2019 Hype Cycle for Blockchain Business shows that blockchain will have a transformational impact across industries in 5 to 10 years.
An esports gamer's dream: Fortress Melbourne to open in 2020
As well as plenty of gaming space, Fortress Melbourne will include a restaurant, two bars and an arena.
OG walks away with $15.5 million Dota 2 grand prize
The team walked away with a grand price of US$15.5 million, after battling it out with 15 other teams in the five-day event.
Waikato Uni opens NZ's first esports arena
"People are still of the opinion that gamers are the nerds in the corner who have no social skills, doing something that won’t take you anywhere in life. But this initiative is a step towards showing people that esports can lead to many opportunities in a billion-dollar industry.”
rFactor 2 entries to open for $1m World's Fastest Gamer prize
Keen esports racers who use the rFactor sim racing platform might just be able to race their way to the grand prize.
Winner winner, chicken dinner! China esports teams takes out top PUBG prize
Chinese esports team TOP ESPORTS took out the top prize of US$180,000 and a limited BAPE x PUBG Mobile Outfit as part of the PUBG MOBILE Club Open Global Finals this week.
Sydney hosts the Intel Extreme Masters 2019 esports competition
Unfortunately, A/NZ CS:GO teams Greyhound and Chiefs missed out from the playoffs having been eliminated.
Work getting the way of your pro-gaming dreams? You're not alone
If you’re an online gamer and think work gets in the way of your dreams of pro gaming, you're not alone - 36% of players across the globe think the same thing.
LPL to broadcast weekly programming on Sky Sports
Let’s Play Live (LPL) has now announced it will broadcast weekly programming for the rest of 2019 on the Sky Sports channel from Sky TV.
New acquisition makes Kiwis’ path into esports easier than ever
LPL has taken over CyberGamer and says this will open up the gateway for Kiwi gamers to compete on a global stage.
Let’s Play Live acquires esports company called CyberGamer
Let's Play Live (LPL) is getting bigger in 2019 thanks to its acquisition of CyberGamer.
JPlay & DGames bring blockchain to eSports
JPlay is one of the world’s first blockchain-powered eSports platforms, launched this month in Taipei, Taiwan.
eSports collabs behind Logitech's newest pro gaming lineup
If you’re a gamer and a fan of Logitech’s pro gaming gear, there’s about to be another line of product releases coming your way.
Sky TV set to launch new pop up channel called GINX Esports TV
Competitive video gaming has grown over the years and it's becoming more mainstream. This is why a new channel is being launched to reflect this.
DDoS attacks combining new and tried-and-true techniques
“DDoS attacks can be used as a smokescreen to steal money or to demand a ransom for calling off an attack.”
Riot Games is bringing the League of Legends eSports tournament to Sydney this July
eSports fans have something to celebrate about because a huge international tournament is coming to Sydney, Australia this July.
Intel Extreme Masters Sydney 2018 draws a huge crowd
Australasia’s biggest esports event returns to Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena.
Vodafone and ESL announce international esports partnership
Vodafone New Zealand announced that globally they have become a Premium Partner of ESL, the world’s largest esports company.
LPL's Dragon Ball FighterZ NZ national finals is happening tonight
Let's Play Live (LPL) travelled across the country to find the best Dragon Ball FighterZ players in New Zealand. It's now down to the final eight!
New Zealand and Australia to form their own eSports council
The New Zealand eSports Federation and Australian eSports Association have agreed to form their very own Oceania eSports Council
Intel brings esports to Pyeongchang ahead of the olympic winter games
Intel recently announced plans to bring gaming experiences to PyeongChang ahead of next February’s Olympic Winter Games...