Category Archives: Reviews

Razer Raiju PS4 Controller Review

As a console player, customisable play and third-party peripherals are hard to come by. For that reason, we have to jump when a company like Razer takes notice and creates the Raiju PS4 controller. ENUK's Call of Duty and console writer Jacob Hale gets to grips with the new controller. First things first: Razer created…
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SCUF Impact PS4/PC Controller Review

Jacob Hale reviews the SCUF Impact, the newest Scuf controller available to PS4 and PC users. I have tested the product excessively over the last few weeks on multiple games such as FIFA, Paragon and, of course, the Lego Harry Potter Collection, but obviously, it was predominantly used on Call of Duty. For a long time, console…
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You can now support Esports News UK on Patreon

You can now help support our UK eSports coverage by donating a small amount through the ENUK page on crowdfunding website Patreon. If you're a fan of what we do, and would like to contribute, you will allow us to produce better content, cover more games and pay for better web hosting (which means our site won't…
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Meltdown London eSports Bar Review

Rupert Waring heads to London's Meltdown eSports bar to find out what it's like and if it's worth visiting. Along with the growth of eSports, there has been a steady rise of gaming bars (or LAN cafes. Many internet cafes over the years have re-positioned themselves as gaming or eSports cafes. One such 'gaming/eSports pub' -…
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“UK eSports is dead”

When I was at DreamHack London earlier this year, sitting in the press room, a few British guys from within the scene entered the room. "UK eSports is dead," one laughed. "If that's the best we can do, we have no chance," another quipped. They were commenting on the fact that the only British CSGO team…
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‘The first top mixed men and women’s eSports team is not far away’

It won't be long until the first real successful eSports team consisting of both men and women emerges, says a female pro gamer. Angel “Mouse” Malihiolzakerni (pictured) from Sweden's Team Property, told us at Dreamhack London last weekend that female eSports pros are only getting better. (more…)
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