When you think of professional gamers, we wouldn’t be shocked if most of y’all immediately picture a bunch of “nerds” competitively playing video games. Bet you didn’t know they did it in style.
With eSports popularity rising at a ridiculous rate, apparel brands are starting to take notice and are hopping on the wave.
Insanely popular Esports athlete, FaZe Banks, is under investigation for allegedly going ham on his Las Vegas hotel room. TMZ Sports reports he has caused more than $30K in damage.
Offset sees the vision when it comes to gaming and esports. Already invested in the popular esports team and lifestyle organization FaZe Clan, he is now adding streamer to his growing list of accomplishments.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, was fittingly the home of the matchup which could have been the setup for an intense rivalry in the Overwatch League for years to come. The San Francisco Shock and Vancouver Titans took the stage at the Wells Fargo Center to determine who will be crowned the champion of […]
It’s going down tomorrow (Sept 29) in Philly. In front of a SOLD OUT crowd in the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. The San Francisco Shock (23-5) will take on the Vancouver Titans (25-3) for all the marbles at the 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals.
Live event streamer, LiveXLive announced its new multi-year partnership with Allied Esports. As part of the new deal, the two brands will create live Esports experiences at music festivals and events in the U.S. and around the world.
Despite the recent news of being sued by former member professional gamer Turner Tenney AKA Tfue, FaZe Clan just got another high-profile name on board. The gaming juggernaut announced today (August 16) that Migos member, Offset has joined the organization as its newest investor.
21-year-old professional gamer Turner Tenney, known to the Esports world as Tfue sued his organization FaZe Clan on Monday (May 20) for allegedly keeping him from pursuing his profession and missing out on lucrative brand deals and is not paying him his fair share of sponsorship earnings.
Esports has come a long way since its inception becoming wildly popular among the masses. Tapping into that energy, Foot Locker Inc. announced today (May 1) its new product collaboration with Champion Athleticwear that will bring gear associated with five top Esports teams into its retail chains.