Multiplay has announced the initial eSports tournaments it will be hosting at insomnia 57 (i57) in March. The LAN gaming festival will have a similar competitive gaming schedule to i56, with tournaments for League of Legends, CSGO and Dota 2. Each of those competitions will have £5,000 in winnings. A Rocket League tournament will have a £3,000 prize…
The University of Bath emerged the victors in the GameBritannia UK university tournament last weekend, beating Cambridge 3-0 in the final. They were playing in The Heritage Dota 2 LAN finals which took place at London's Student Central venue from January 30th to 31st. 16 university teams have been battling it out over the past few…
Here's all the eSports winners from this weekend's i56 Multiplay Insomnia gaming festival at the Birmingham NEC. Matches were streamed on the Multiplay Twitch channel. Choke get revenge on Aerox to win League of Legends tournament Choke Gaming's recently formed UK super team was put together for i56, and its combination of well-known UK-based players was…
UK eSports organisation ManaLight wants to enter the competitive League of Legends scene, eSports News UK has learnt. According to our sources, it wants to better the likes of Team Infused and Choke Gaming to become the top team in the UK. (more…)
Dota 2 world champions Evil Geniuses (EG) have kicked Kurtis 'Aui' Ling from their team, just one week after winning The International. The team was awarded $6.6m last weekend for reaching first place in the annual Dota 2 tournament - and Ling has expressed his frustration at being let go. (more…)
This is archived content, originally posted in 2013 This specialist PC gaming mouse is a branded version of the Razer Naga - with programmable side buttons - that aims to attract the growing League of Legends (LoL) player base. It may lend itself to Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) action/RPG games like LoL and Dota…
Valve reminisces over its 2012 pro Dota 2 tournament in this video which captures all the thrills and spills of the event, from the knockout rounds through to the final, which saw Invictus Gaming take the top spot and the $1m prize fund. It's well worth a watch.
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ENUK’s free meet-up event in London!
Esports News UK's very first event is a free London meet-up for anyone in the UK esports/LoL scene. It's officially part of the London Games Fringe Festival.
We'll have some League of Legends-themed drinks and systems set up for some 1v1 action.
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