Despite being on an unpopular platform, the original Splatoon garnered a decent fanbase. Now, the sequel seems aimed squarely at the esports set.
The winds of change began to stir in Week 5 of the Oceanic Pro League as Abyss Esports nabbed their first win of the split, while top dogs Chiefs Esports Club and LG Dire Wolves encountered momentary setbacks against weaker teams.
Chiefs are dominating with 11 points off four match wins, but the season is still young.
To go along with its actual, professional basketball league, the NBA is creating a new division for players who excel at video-game basketball.
In a ban spanning several lifetimes and then some, the third-party Counter-Strike tournament service ESEA has banned a user until 3016 for allegedly harassing a minor.
With three weeks of Oceanic Pro League competition in the books, just one team remains undefeated.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. The work-in-progress teams are still works in progress. Chiefs still win every time.
A couple of months after Sun and Moon's release, one monster has appeared on 40 per cent of the best-performing teams in the competitive Pokemon scene: Celesteela, the ultra beast.
After a dramatic offseason, the 2017 Oceanic Pro League officially kicked off as the Chiefs took on the LG Dire Wolves.
Australia's first 24/7 eSports and gaming network begins live coverage of multi-million dollar tournaments, just in time for viewers to see Australia's Anathan Pham and his team at OG win the grand final at a major Dota 2 event.
The first eSports company to list on the Australian share market gained 27 per cent on its first day of trading, ending the day 1 cent higher at 3 cents.
Brandon Beck and Marc Merill talk to Fairfax about turning a dream held by two gamers sharing an apartment into a game with more than 100 million monthly active players worldwide.