I may be about to start an argument.
It’s been ages, but I remember posting something about eSports and the fact that people are beginning to view pro gamers as athletes. Of course this sparked a chaotic debate, and frankly, I don’t even remember what my opinion was on the matter.
But now with eSports escalating and becoming extremely popular, this is a subject that’s really starting to circulate. Should competitive gamers be considered athletes? Continue reading eSports and Athleticism – A Quick Rant
Its that time again as joinDota re-launch their open-to-play, open-to-cast tournament. Next week I’ll have some updates on the progression of our very own Wave.Int, but in the meantime….
While the American and Asian divisions finished up some time ago, the largest of all the joinDota League divisions is only now reaching it’s conclusion. This week, for your viewing pleasure:
SEMIFINALS: Cloud9 v Rox.Kis
(Finals are below to avoid spoilers!)
FINALS: Cloud9 v Empire
Its been a hectic time over at the wave. We’ve been scouting new tournaments, fixing up our teams and of course starting the long-awaited Tsunami Cup. As usual, GFN is getting the cream of the crop of all this great Dota!
So big things happening over at the Wave with our new website and our own home-grown, $100 prize pool tournament – but that just isn’t enough! With a host of new tournaments around the corner, we’re reaching the end of the joinDota League. And you know what that means?