Fnatic mid-laner Fabian "Febiven" Diepstraten has told eSports News UK that London's Fnatic can win Worlds, Origen has no chance of beating SKT and he also offered some comments about the Dutch League of Legends eSports scene. Check out his comments in this article or watch the video below. (more…)
Josh "Furndog" Furneaux has been appointed head coach of Team Alternate's all-female European League of Legends eSports team, days before they battle it out to become the number one female LoL team in Europe. (more…)
If only Tesco knew about eSports, they'd be sitting on a PR goldmine right now SKT Telecom T1's South Korean top-laner MaRin (Jang Gyeong-Hwan) was spotted shopping at the Tesco Express in Wembley Park last night, near the SSE Arena, and posed for a photo with fans outside. (more…)
That's Wolf, laughing at UK League of Legends eSports pros We interview SK Telecom T1's support Wolf (Lee Jae-wan) after his team beat AHQ in the Worlds 2015 quarter final at Wembley, London, and ask him about SKT's chances against Origen, plus want he thinks of the UK. (more…)
League of Legends Twitch streamer and YouTube gaming personality Ali "Gross Gore" Larson was caught up in a bit of a fracas with Riot Games staff on the weekend during Worlds, according to a video he posted on Facebook. (more…)
Another week, another UK-based eSports tournament, another British rising star emerges. This week it gives me great pleasure to report on the winner of the six-game Virgin Media Hexathlon tournament: Alexander "Raven" Baguley - a fine, genuine man and believe it or not one of my old close World of Warcraft guildmates from almost ten…
Benjamin "Problem X" Simon. Remember the name. To those of you who think UK eSports is dead, this 23-year-old was the only Brit to win an eSports tournament at DreamHack London last weekend, taking home $2,500 after finishing first in the Ultra Street Fighter IV contest. It's one of many tournaments he's won. In this exclusive post-DreamHack interview,…
The 2015 League of Legends World Championship quarter finals get underway in London next month, and if you're anything like us, you'll be getting just a teeny bit excited (okay, very excited) about the world's greatest LoL teams playing live at a sold-out Wembley SSE Arena from October 15th to 18th. To get you in the…
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