Scottish Esports is gathering pace and leading the charge is Mark McCready who represents the kilt wearing crowd in the British Esports Association. Steph & Brian talk to him about the emerging college scene, expensive esports stadiums in Dundee and the fact that Fifa as an esport is Scotland’s best chance of winning a football world cup in the future! […]
Lane Pushing Games? We repeat this is not about Moba’s but about lane pushing games so ask Sean yourself to explain the difference on Twitter (@Softmints4) or take some time to read up on the differences on this amazing labour of love website https://lanepushinggames.com https://twitter.com/softmints4 → Sean on twitter! https://lanepushinggames.com/ → Game design and history https://playcauseway.com/ → Causeway, the game […]
With almost 20 years in ESL, and as founding editor of the Esports Yearbook, Julia Hiltscher knows a little about esports and is currently preparing to defend her PhD thesis. We discuss her topic of MOBA and culture and develop an understanding of how rooted modern esports is in humanity’s collective cultural history!
We Play Together: A Collaboration Between Music & Esports – James “Aaron” Hardwick (conductor, instrumentalist, and music advocate) 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. (EDT) on Wednesday, April 28. -Project Press Release and Viewing Details HERE Photos Credit: C King Media and Ardy Wunder, Shenandoah University’s Office of Marketing & Communications Music & Gaming I made the transition from professional instrumentalist […]
Platforms, platforms and Challenger Mode! Steph and Brian talk to someone who has seen a lot in esports and now works at an exciting platform that is constantly expanding. Philip Hubner (@PhilHubner) has worked at ESL and Twitch and is now Chief Business Development Officer at Challenger Mode, a platform that offers online esports infrastructure to all the key stakeholders […]