The developers for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Treyarch announced that they want Call of Duty to be part of the Olympic Games. Many new disciplines are part of the Olympic Games each time. Now Treyarch thinks that ESports should be one of the new disciplines. Treyarch’s head for market development Jay Puryear talked about this topic in an interview with Daily Star. Continue reading “Call of Duty coming to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics! Could it become reality?”
On the 2nd of May Activision released the reveal trailer for this years Call of Duty called Infinite Warfare. The reveal wasn’t received very well at all, as it has almost 2 Million dislikes on YouTube, which makes the video one of the Top 10 most disliked Videos on YouTube.
Together with the reveal Activision showed a sneak peek of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, which will be shipped together with Infinite Warfare. Continue reading “Activision making themselves popular! What have they done now after their flopped reveal?”
There have been several attempts to not only stream competitive online games on the Internet, but on the TV at home. Although the coverage of matches have been slim so far the demand is strangely huge. The International 2014 (Dota 2’s World Championships) has been broadcasted on ESPN 2 for half an hour. In the following year Heroes of the Dorm’s Grand final was broadcasted full length on ESPN 2. Continue reading “E-Sports and Television. A good combination?”
The open/public beta for Blizzard’s Overwatch has almost come to an end. But Blizzard came up with the news that the beta will not end tomorrow (9th of May). Instead the 10th of May will be the final day you will be able to play Overwatch prior to its release on the 24th of May. Continue reading “Overwatch Open Beta Extended!”