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MLG takes e-sports to the next step

MLG: Taking E-Sports to the Next Step – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn The Major League Gaming (MLG) Winter Arena was a highly controversial topic a few weeks back, sparking lots of debate on the Pay-per-view structure and raising the question is eSports ready for this jump? By the end… Continue reading ‘MLG takes e-sports to the next step’



Heat up the weekend with StarCraft 2

Heat Up the Weekend with Starcraft 2 – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn Since its release in 2010, Starcraft 2 has become the most well-known and rapidly growing competitive game in history; it has essentially become the face of e-sports, and for good reason. Starcraft 2 has sold well over… Continue reading ‘Heat up the weekend with StarCraft 2′



Improving Competitive Gaming: Is simpler better?

Less Competitive = Better for E-Sports? Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn Over the last year, competitive gaming has taken a huge leap forward in recognition and support. When we talk about how big the scene has grown, most of it comes down to two names that have driven this increase:… Continue reading ‘Improving Competitive Gaming: Is simpler better?’



vVv Gaming invades MLG Raleigh 2011

MLG Raleigh Roundup: Gaming With Friends – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn It has already been a month since Major League Gaming (MLG) rocked the city of Anaheim and again players have gathered en masse to celebrate gaming competition at the highest level, this time in Raleigh, North Carolina for… Continue reading ‘vVv Gaming invades MLG Raleigh 2011′



vVv Gaming Invades MLG Anaheim 2011

MLG Anaheim 2011 – By Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn Last weekend marked a momentous day in the world of competitive gaming. Two major tournaments took place over the same three days: Major League Gaming (MLG ) Anaheim and the Evo Championship Series 2011 (Evo2k). While these tournaments have been happening year… Continue reading ‘vVv Gaming Invades MLG Anaheim 2011′



Gaming Tactics: Cutting the “cheese” in Starcraft 2

Cut the Cheese – By Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn The recent Major League Gaming event in Columbus, Ohio was the most watched tournament in the world. Hard to believe, but with a stream that was viewed by millions of people in more than 160 countries it’s impossible to deny the growing… Continue reading ‘Gaming Tactics: Cutting the “cheese” in Starcraft 2′



vVv Gaming reports from MLG Columbus

History in the Making: MLG Columbus – Written by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn, Edited by Jerry “LordJerith” Prochazka The second event in the Major League Gaming 2011 season ends with critical acclaim! With four channels of high quality live stream watched by hundreds of thousands of people in more than 160 countries, this event was arguably… Continue reading ‘vVv Gaming reports from MLG Columbus’



Competitive Gaming in Major League Gaming

Let’s Play Together – Written by Dakota “Rapture” Lasky, Edited by Sean “Blazek” Emes One of the most hectic seasons for Major League Gaming was the pro circuit of 2010. In a single year, the circuit said good-bye to the flagship series Gears of War, added the fighting game Smash Bros Brawl, transitioned into arguably… Continue reading ‘Competitive Gaming in Major League Gaming’



Gamer Girl Reports: vVv Gaming Wins at MLG Dallas!

Event Wrap Up: MLG Dallas! – By Keara “Dyehard” Czarnecki and Jason “Paradise” Kuntz Last weekend was one of the most anticipated events for the beginning of the spring season: an event many have been awaiting with bated breath since last year, and something that would set the tone for the rest of 2011. And… Continue reading ‘Gamer Girl Reports: vVv Gaming Wins at MLG Dallas!’