Atlanta FaZe and FaZe Clan announce Gold Rush and Cash Grab events

Warzone Season Three celebrations are starting! csgo news Faze Clan, the North American esports organization has made the thrilling announcement along with its Call of Duty League franchise Atlanta Faze through a press release. Fans cannot wait for the upcoming event marked with new sensations. The good news is that fans do not need to wait long for the explosive tournament as the first one named Atlanta FaZe $100k is scheduled to happen on 22nd April and the second one named Atlanta FaZe $50k Global Cash Grab on 23rd April. The live streaming of the tournament will be in easy…

by Dotagang
May 1, 2021

Esports Player League enters partnership with Warner Music Asia

Esports Player League (ESPL), twitch as an online tournament platform announces partnership with record label Warner Music Asia – taking a giant leap towards global growth. It is worth mentioning here that Warner Music Group operates and owns some of the most popular and largest labels in the world. The deal enables Warner Music Asia to be the exclusive music partner of Esports Player League. Additionally, the deal includes permission to ESPL to embed Warner Music Asia’s tunes of its choice into its platform. Moreover, the deal is an expansion of Warner Music’s global participation in the esports twitch industry…

by Dotagang
April 29, 2021

Dev1ce leaves Astralis to join NiP in shock move reportedly worth $1 million

Nicolai  Reedtz popular as ‘dev1ce,’ the legendary CS:GO player in a sudden move has left Danish organization Astralis and joined Ninjas in Pyjamas. He spent thrilling 6+ years with Astralis and became the focus of CS:GO esports all over the world. The fans are shocked beyond measures as it was never in the craziest of imaginations of anyone. Astralis suffered a major drop in late 2020 stretched to 2021. The whispers had gone loud about a change in preparation. However, no one ever expected that dev1ce would join Ninjas in Pyjamas and leave Astralis entirely. Dev1ce was a star player…

by Dotagang
April 27, 2021

BLAST Premier Wins Eight Media Rights Agreement

World-popular BLAST Premier has kept the spirit of its fans high again. The thrill of esport is continued as BLAST Premier announces expanded entertainment for the fans in 2021 by winning eight new media rights agreements. The season 2021 is going to bring a new experience of exciting esports and fans can get out of the sickening lockdown blues.  The TV channels that entered the agreement include Nordic Entertainment Group and SportsMax. These channels will broadcast the upcoming esports in many regions like Lithuania, Canada, and India. Esports are generating huge income in the form of pool money especially in…

by Dotagang
April 16, 2021

In the Results of One Singapore Major, Team Nigma Led Their Fans to Disappointment, Why?

The One Singapore Major Esports tournament was based on a prize pool of $500,000 where the winner would get $200,000 and 2700 DPC (Dota Pro Circuit) points. Unfortunately, Team Nigma was one of the few teams that went home without earning any cash and without earning any points.  Team Nigma’s defeat at the Singapore Major was truly a shock to everyone watching and spectating. Nigma received heavy blows from Team Liquid, PSG.LGD, and Gambit before losing their last match in the tournament.  Losing at the hands of T1, on the 28th, for the final match of their second and last day…

by Dotagang
April 14, 2021

Dota 2 average player count increased in six months after Diretide

Diretide is one of the most famous and loved Dota 2 event which comes back after seven years. It is a spooky festival for the Dota inhabitants where Roshan asks for sweets to feed on. However, for the players, this event is nothing less than Christmas.  Dropped Player Count As Valve released the International Battle Pass 10 in April, the MOBA game is facing a significant decrease in the player count. Dota 2 is going through almost 90,000 average players each month. This player count is very low for a famous game like Dota. According to the official Steam Charts,…

by Dotagang
November 6, 2020

Valorant 1.11 patch notes

Riot Games released the new patch 1.11 in the game, earlier this week. However, the company rolled back the update as the patch caused lots of troubles in the game. The organization named the new patch as ‘Technical Nightmare’. An official announcement by Riot said that the company will release the patch again once the developers find the bug and fix it.  https://twitter.com/ValorantUpdates/status/1320154847253987328 The update and the new Agent As Riot rolled back the update due to some technical issues in it, the players who already made progress on them will remain in their accounts. However, Riot restricts the players…

by Dotagang
November 6, 2020

CSGO new update brings engine changes and translations

The new CSGO update came out as pretty large in size but brought minor changes to the game. The update contained most of the changes in the translations and the game engine. According to the professionals in the game, the new update in the game has changed 2000 lines of code. The Steam Library can easily catch a minor change in the code of the game and this is how the analysts know it. Similarly, the new update in the game also had three crash warnings for the users to run into, while playing the game. https://twitter.com/se7enkills/status/1316981306337742848 Translation files Improved…

by Dotagang
November 3, 2020

Team Liquid wins the first Dota 2 Major with the new roster

The new roster of Team Liquid lifted their first-ever trophy at ESL One Germany after an epic 3-1 victory over Natus Vincere. The new roster of the team is playing in the professional Dota 2 for quite a time. However, this is the first time when Aydin ‘iNSaNiA’ Sarkohi and his team marks a major victory in the pro circuit. This victory is not just considered a normal one as Team Liquid had to face the hardest teams to get to this point. Throughout the tournament, Team Liquid had to go through Team Secret, Vikin.gg, Team Nigma, Mudgolems, and Na’Vi…

by Dotagang
November 3, 2020

Epic Events to host a $500,000 Dota 2 Tournament

Dota 2’s competitive scene is going through some rough days as the biggest fish in the pound, The International, keeps on delaying due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While League of Legends fans are currently enjoying their biggest tournament, The Worlds. However, Dota 2 fans are still waiting for their turn. Multiple Esports organizations are keeping the scene active by arranging online tournaments. Epic Esports is working very hard for the last few months for the pro scene of Dota 2. Therefore, the organization is now bringing the EPIC League with a $500,000 prize pool.  https://twitter.com/esportsforus/status/1321337940124073984 Epic and Omega League Epic…

by Dotagang
November 2, 2020