Now in its second year, MEO drew in 40 per cent more attendees this time, and everyone is taking notice.
By keeping prize pools stable and cultivating distinct regional competitions, Ubisoft hopes Rainbow Six will stick around for a long time.
Kyle Giersdorf dominated the World Cup final with millions watching, to win the solo competition and pocket $4.3 million.
Australian teenagers and inaugural Fortnite World Cup duo competitors Kalan "Serpennt" Jarvis and Jason "Hype" Chui are underdogs in every sense of the word.
A British 15-year-old and a Norwegian 14-year-old are one of the best Fortnite duo teams, with millions of fans. If they win this weekend they'll take home $US3 million.
This weekend 200 players will compete for a total $43m prize pool in one of the biggest ever esports competitions. Here's what's on and how you can watch it.
As the country's most prestigious tournament hits its third year, a distinct Australian esports culture is emerging.
$US1 million will be given away in open online events each week, and the winner of July's solo championship will take home $US3 million.
Australians love beating England at things, it’s in our DNA. That goes doubly when it’s something that rhymes with 'Ashes'.
Th winner of the main event, which is open for anyone to apply for, will take home $100,000.
World of Warcraft is taking off as a competitive esport, and it could just be the perfect event for Australians to excel at.
Like Jarryd Hayne and Usain Bolt, players with strong fundamentals in esports can sometimes switch from one pro discipline to another. Ryoo is on his fourth.
Ahead of the Melbourne Esports Open this weekend, and the Australian Overwatch Contenders final, ORDER coach Andrew 'Rqt' Haws is working on a secret weapon.
State government says Melbourne Esports Open will be Australia’s biggest celebration of esports, with 10,000 people tipped to attend per day.
Regional pride, rivalry, and bragging rights will be on the line in July.
Twenty years after the release of the original game, the Aussie StarCraft community finally experienced its long-awaited watershed moment at IEM Sydney.
Slow internet and the comparatively underdeveloped local scene makes it tough for Aussies on the esports world stage, but some have made their mark on the OWL.
Established clubs Chiefs and Avant will be representing Sydney and Melbourne in the new competition.
The LG Dire Wolves will make esports history on September 23 when they will be the first Australian League of Legends team to compete in the League of Legends World Championship.
Damien "kpii" Chok's team comes second in The International 2017, an e-sports tournament for the video game Dota 2.
Two of the leading figures in the AFL's push into esports and the managing director of one of Australia's foremost esports firms have presented to club CEOs about opportunities in the growth industry.
With its hiring of a new business manager for Australia and New Zealand, the company behind World of Tanks has taken its first steps to a becoming the next big name in esports down under.
When you enter a gaming tournament, you usually know what you're in for. Unless you're entering a mystery game tournament. Do that, as dozens of people did at the Combo Breaker event in the US state of Illinois last weekend, and you're playing the notorious Dong Dong Never Die.
Since their inception in 2014, the LG Dire Wolves have been regarded as a bunch of talented misfits: an Inglourious Basterds-style team of elite players who were too prickly to fit into other teams. At times, it almost seemed as if they were more interested in their rank on the Challenger ladder more than the success of their team.
We've finally reached the end of the Oceanic Pro League's regular season, and our postseason schedule has been locked in.
Two Australian gamers talk about their meteoric rise and gunning for the upcoming $100,000 Wargaming League finals in Taipei.
There's still one more week to go in the Oceanic Pro League's regular season, but our playoff teams have already been locked in.
Sin Gaming notched a second upset win over Legacy eSports as Chiefs Esports Club's substitute roster blew Exile 5 out of the water, proving that there is no justice on Summoner's Rift.
Alphabet Inc's YouTube is doubling down on the lucrative business of competitive gaming, where players square off on virtual games for big prize money in tournaments.
Revenge was on the cards in week 7, when Sybol and ry0ma fronted up against their old teams. But could they prevail?