Introducing Competitive Gaming

First of all, compeitive gaming is a type of popular eSports; tournaments and matches related to competitive eSport games are broadcasted and watched all over the world. At these internationally hosted tournaments, teams will go up against each other within a popular game; DoTa 2, LoL and Counter-Strike. Of course since these are official games and matches, they are ranked and the top performers will receive cash and tons of other prizes. If you want to start on your journey to enter the prestigious matches that you can only watch online at the meantime, then you should be updated with relevant gaming news as well as signing up for local competitions as a start.

Websites to Bookmark

Since eSports are widely considered as professional sports, there are official coverage and websites that feature matches and news regarding players and tournament results. Bookmarking certain sites dedicated to eSports is much easier than scouring your browser for eSport related news everytime you want to be updates. The lists of websites below are dedicated to eSports, latest news and updates are features on their homepage so you don’t have to do anything else but read.

  • GameSpot – players would visit GameSpot mainly because of their informative and unbiased reviews that show the negative and positive elements of a game based on their opinion. But keep in mind that their eSport news coverage is extensive and properly written; their new coverage are mostly made up of the most competitive and best PC games. In addition to all that, they even feature some exclusive behind-the-scenes interview with some of the players from the particular event that they attended.
  • ESFI World – so basically, ESFI is a website that features extensive coverage of famous competitive games like DoTa 2, Starcraft 2 and League of Legends. But aside from those famous games, they also cover certain fighting games like Marvel vs. Capcom and Street Fighter. Many of their staffs are sent out to attend live events, which is why viewers can watch live interviews and real time picture coverage from tournaments within the United States.
  • CyberGamer – an organization based in Australia, CyberGamer is actually a lot more focused on FPS or First Person Shooting hosted by consoles as well as PC; of course DoTa 2 and League of Legends can never be left out from the list. Majority of their content involves news featuring Australia based teams.