Eight teams from across the globe have booked their place in the quarter-finals of the League of Legends Worlds.
Kingzone DragonX stormed to the Korean League of Legends last weekend so here Simon Helgeson takes a deeper look at the team.
Mark Cox, Riot Games' Head of UK Publishing insists the LoL developer is happy to see the return of streamer Tyler1.
The rise of student-based events proves that university eSports can no longer be ignored.
Simon Helgeson examines the importance of meta to the gaming world and how it dictates ranking and the outcome of tournaments.
Yinsu Collins casts an eye over the past week, as Kingzone continue to dominate and Man City make a major signing.
Simon Helgeson looks at the friendly world war that pits millions of fans on either side of the pond against each other.
Yinsu Collins looks at the best action and latest development over the past week in eSports.
In part two of his feature, Simon Helgeson takes us from 2015 to the present day for the storied esports franchise.
Simon Helgeson takes us through the history of Fnatic and explains why 'good' is not 'good enough' for these players.
The three teams backed by NBA franchises continue to struggle in the North American League of Legends spring split.
Vitality continue to impress thanks to comprehensive win in EU LCS, while Splyce pull off a surprise win over Misfits.
Misfits registered an impressive comeback win over Fnatic and now top the European LCS after week three's action.
Two years ago on, European home turf, a confident Fnatic and Origen rolled into the finals with the crowd going wild behind them. They would both face Korean teams, and they would both be decimated 3-0, killing the European dream.
Balint Kiss-Toth looks into why TSM surprisingly failed to progress in the LOL Worlds.
Riot Games has revealed details regarding the upcoming team franchising model for its North American LCS.
We're down to the final eight. In just over a week we will be crowning champions from the two biggest western regions of League of Legends.
The South Korean who has become eSports' best player of League Of Legends is worth £1.25m.
South Korean team SK Telecom T1 won the League Of Legends World Championship for a record third time this weekend.
The annual League Of Legends competition comes to a close this weekend as SK Telecom T1 face Samsung Galaxy in the grand finals of the 2016 World Championship.
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