Dota 2 veteran Yeik “MidOne” Zheng has been benched by Team Secret and will be taking an extended break from the competitive scene. While...
Epic Games may not have confirmed the event themselves yet, but we do know that a John Wick based event is coming to Fortnite: Battle Royale sooner rather than later.Read More
As Season 8 of Fortnite is coming to a close, Epic Games have already begun setting up and dropping clues in-game for what Season 9 is going to be all about.Read More
The community was in a bit of an uproar following the Apex Legends 1.1 update. Apparently, some players discovering that their accounts had been reset for no reason at all.Read More
The hype for the Fortnite World Cup is definitely real. Even though we’re still months away from the inaugural international competition for the hit battle royale game, Fortnite, Epic are already hard at work to get everything ready and set up for the big eventRead More
Epic Games may not have confirmed the event themselves yet, but we do know that a John Wick based event is coming to Fortnite: Battle Royale sooner rather than later.
At this point, it’s no longer a secret that PUBG Corp. could definitely do a bit more in improving the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of their hit battle royale title, PUBG. However, their most recent update seems to have only made things worse for PUBG players on both consoles.
Scheduled to be added to the game on April 10 at 2 AM PT / 5 AM ET / 9 AM GMT, Epic Games took to Twitter to confirm that they’re finally adding the same mechanic to Fortnite in their latest update.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the hit title that arguably kickstarted the entire battle royale trend, recently celebrated its second anniversary since going out of beta on PC. With the arrival of Update #6, players on consoles will have access to, not just a new item and two new vehicles to play with, but also a free gift to commemorate the game’s second-year anniversary.
As the final Dota 2 Major of the 2018-19 Dota Pro Circuit, many within the Dota 2 community expected the EPICENTER Major to go out with a bang. But instead, the tournament isn’t exactly off to a good start
The six League of Legends teams from Europe and North America who will be competing at this year’s Rift Rivals LAN tournament have officially been announced