The week of October 12, 2014
Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, the first star of esports, searches for his legacy.
“Esports doesn’t have to become mainstream. It will become mainstream by its own inherent force.”
Starcade! was brave, glitzy, gaudy, ridiculous, and way ahead of its time.
Twenty years ago, two bored Swedish teens turned an unassuming hacker party into Europe’s premier festival of digital culture.
The European League of Legends reporter is in a league of her own.
Swatting’s been around for years, but Twitch has transformed the prank into a dangerous form of reality TV.
The growth of esports represents the changing desires of entertainment culture itself.
The International offered $11.5 million in prizes last month. Here’s how.
Esports, like soccer, is being propelled forward by a type of indescribable and unquantifiable cultural momentum.