Former StarCraft pro iNcontroL dies at 33
Veteran esports pro, personality and commentator iNcontroL died on Saturday due to a sudden illness.
The International tops Fortnite World Cup's $30 million prize pool
The International reclaimed its title as the tournament with the largest prize pool in esports Saturday as the Dota 2 event eclipsed the $30 million mark of the Fortnite World Cup.
The International qualifier Forward Gaming suspends operations
Citing financial issues, Forward Gaming announced Monday it has suspended operations just days after securing a spot at The International 9.
Evil Geniuses won't participate in CWL franchising
Evil Geniuses announced Monday that the organization will not compete in the upcoming city-based Call of Duty franchise league slated to begin play in 2020.
Clayster, eUnited victorious at CWL Pro League finals
After wasting their first chance to claim the title on Sunday, eUnited recovered to sweep Gen.G in the second series and win the CWL Pro League playoffs.
Liquid continue landmark 2019 with IEM Chicago title
Team Liquid tore through the IEM Chicago field to win yet another Counter-Strike: Global Offensive championship this weekend.
NACE approves new rules governing college esports programs
The National Association of Collegiate Esports selected a board of directors and approved several new rules Friday, as it seeks to build itself into an NCAA-like governing body while distinguishing some of its policies from the NCAA.
FaZe, eUnited cruise into upper final in CWL playoffs
FaZe Clan and eUnited each cruised through two upper-bracket matches on Saturday to move within one win of the Grand Finals at the $1.25 million CWL Pro League playoffs in Miami Beach, Florida.
Riot Games sets Monday deadline for Echo Fox resolution
Riot Games plans to terminate Echo Fox's TPL in the League of Legends Championship Series on Monday if the team does not oust minority owner Amit Raizada, who used racist language in an email toward a business partner in April, league sources told ESPN.
Infinite Esports & Entertainment president Ryan "J" Musselman resigned from his post as the top executive of the OpTic Gaming and Houston Outlaws ownership group on Friday, sources familiar with his exit told ESPN. A co-founder of OpTic Gaming in 2007, Musselman has been involved with the team in various stints, most recently being nominated as the operational head of Infinite in October. In May, the owners of Infinite -- Texas Rangers co-owners Neil Leibman and Ray Davis, Houston Astros minority owner John Havens and Aurelius Esports founder Chris Chaney -- agreed to sell the company to Immortals. Since then, Musselman has been on the receiving end of social media abuse from OpTic fans, who have been critical of the team's sale to Immortals.
Farewell to jungling pioneer Mlxg
With a gamertag and aggressive playstyle evocative of spicy hot pot, Liu "Mlxg" Shi-Yu was highly influential. Emily Rand looks back on the career of the former Royal Never Give Up jungler who announced his retirement this week.
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