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League of Legends

How (Kind of) Lifting the Import Rule Could Solve Most of the LCS’ Problems

Thomas Baker
“TSM is a global esports org. We obviously want to sign the best talent possible. We believe talent is universal…Ultimately, it doesn’t matter how much...
Dignitas League of Legends

Don’t Let One Series Sour the Whole Spring for DIG

Thomas Baker
Dignitas’ LCS team has come under fire from the community for their bitter end to Mid Season Invitational. They lost 3-0 in disappointing fashion, including...
Esports Gaming

An Interview with Ryan Fitzpatrick, SVP of NCompass International: Experiential Marketing in Gaming and Esports during a Pandemic

Thomas Baker
With the outbreak of COVID-19, most live events in 2020 had to cancel, reschedule, or shift to virtual access. However, while the NBA, NFL, MLB...
League of Legends

Meet Challengers Uprising, North America’s Next Step in Developing Domestic Talent

Thomas Baker
Fans in the North American League of Legends scene have complained about the lack of domestic talent development. Whether they have issues with imports in...
League of Legends

Misfits’ 2020 Spring: A Retrospective

Karmic
From last place to first place to playoffs, this Split has certainly been quite eventful for Misfits. The theme that defined the organization throughout the...
Esports Fighting Games

Super Smash Bros.: Why Tier Lists Dont Matter Yet

Dio Reyes
Tier lists rank characters based on their overall potential. This doesn’t certainly mean that top characters will have an unbalanced advantage over the opponent, but...
Columns Esports League of Legends Sports

An Echo of Immortals in the 2018 Spring Split

Thomas Baker
Leading into the 2018 Spring Split, ESPN’s Jacob Wolf reported that Immortals would not be included in North America’s franchised LCS. The League of Legends...