Riot Games has announced that the 2022 League of Legends World Championships is coming to Toronto at Scotiabank Arena.
The growth of League of Legends has led to an expansion into post-secondary athletics programs in North America.
We can’t make new memories in our favourite places if they’re all shutting down. Sadly, The Hive is one of those places being forced to close.
Streaming has emerged as a logical means for gamers to ease their isolation.
During COVID-19, many integral parts of society have ceased to operate as they once had. This includes traditional sporting events, and in turn, traditional sports reporting. As a result of the cancellation of major professional…
Toronto Defiant held a viewing party for their fans to come together and support Toronto Defiant’s first series of the season.
Esports has taken the world by storm, drawing in millions of viewers and business investors. And Canada could see it’s first university esports varsity program very soon. Observer Radio News’ Sean Olegario reports from Western…
The Microsoft Store at the Toronto Eaton’s Centre will be hosting their first ever Womens gaming social.
The goal of the event is to empower women who play video games, and to discuss the importance of community involvement.
Thousands of professional eSports players gather all year round for tournaments, including the recent AMD ExtravaLANza in Markham, Ont. in early November 2016. Follow the team of local players who won the DOTA 2 tournament.
Team sign-up sheets for post-secondary schools in Ontario are usually filled with familiar options. But in a new era dominated by the rise of technology, those aforementioned traditional sheets now contain different teams looking for…