• Activision is planning to roll out Warzone on mobile
  • Woxic marks the final transfer for Cloud9
  • How Valorant is reshaping the esports community

eSports News Wrap up – 26th Sept 2020

Could Australia Esports move towards being based in Perth. It would be hard at first but with a western Australian internet provider they could build some of the best talent. Read more at – https://www.perthunderground.com.au/post/could-perth-become-the-heart-of-aussie-esports   One of the biggest deals have been signed in Esports. LOL and Mercedes-Benzes have started a partnership. Read more at – https://www.essentiallysports.com/league-of-legends-mercedes-benz-to-sponsor-lol-esports-ahead-of-worlds-2020-riot-games-esports-news/   Activision has decided to make YouTube the exclusive home of there…

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Warzone

Activision is planning to roll out Warzone on mobile

After the enormous success of Call of Duty Mobile, Activision is now planning to release Call of Duty: Warzone on mobile as well. The news does not confirm yet as fans took an idea of this release from the job posting by Activision. A report by Charlie Intel includes all the details about the job posting. Activision added a post saying that the company is looking for an Executive Producer…

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Woxic

Woxic marks the final transfer for Cloud9

One of the most famous Turkish AWPers, Woxic has promised to join Cloud9 after his mousesports tenure ends. Cloud9 officially announced the joining of the star. The signing of  Özgür ‘Woxic’ Eker is already done with Cloud9. Woxic became the third player to join the new North American squad. The organization is putting together the best players in the region. The team already has an in-game leader Alex ‘ALEX’ McMeekin…

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Valorant

How Valorant is reshaping the esports community

Riot Games changed the first-person shooter game trend with the release of Valorant. The organization officially released the game on 2nd June 2020. In October 2019, Riot Games initially provided a teaser of the game with the name of Project A. Eventually, the beta version of the game came out on the 7th of April 2020. The game is only available for Microsoft Windows for right now but Riot has…

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eSports News Wrap up – 19th Sept 2020

Adelaide 1 year ago started a course dedicated for gamers wanting to become professionals, this event was run by the University of Adelaide’s Sia Furler Institute. They have decided to run the event again. Read more at – https://indaily.com.au/news/local/2020/09/16/adelaide-summit-helping-turn-gamers-into-esports-professionals/   Big brands are always looking for a alternative way of advertising to new customers. Esports is the new arena that big brands are investigating. Read more at – https://www.cmo.com.au/article/682377/what-brands-need-know-about-esports/  …

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eSports News Wrap up – 10th Sept 2020

Monash university is opening a program devoted to esports. It will help students go beyond gameplay and learn about how games are played. Monash Electronic Gaming Association. Read more at – https://www.kotaku.com.au/2020/08/monash-university-elite-student-performer-scheme-esports/   3 coaches where banned from the CS:GO League when they were using a bug in spectator mode. The bug lets you move around and check where the other team was, giving them a huge benefit. Read more…

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