Dallas Fuel removes xQc from Overwatch League squad

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Félix “xQc” Lengyel has been removed from the Dalls Fuel squad after being part of the hit list who received a combination of fines, warnings, and bans for breaking behavior-related rules. Lengyel was joined by Tae-yeong “TaiRong” Kim of Houston Outlaws and Ted “Silkthread” Wang of Los Angeles Valiant, though the now ex-Dallas Fuel player received the most severe punishment for repeat offences. Continue reading “Dallas Fuel removes xQc from Overwatch League squad”

Radical feminists attack Overwatch caster on International Women’s Day

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Women believe there are barriers in place that prevent them from getting into esports and the tech industry as a whole. While this may be the case in some instances, attacking other women who have made it into the scene simply because they do not conform to radical beliefs and adhere to group identity politics is not helping anyone. Unfortunately, this happened to a prominent female Overwatch caster on International Women’s Day. Continue reading “Radical feminists attack Overwatch caster on International Women’s Day”

Facebook is serious about getting into gaming

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Facebook isn’t finished with the gaming industry just yet. After signing a deal with the ESL to exclusively broadcast events, which ultimately backfired when the organizer decided to take down streams of those who boycotted the deal in order to host the Dota 2 tournament themselves. People go to Twitch and other streaming platforms for all their gaming needs. Facebook just isn’t a brand one would associate with lag-free gaming content. But the social network wishes to change this. Continue reading “Facebook is serious about getting into gaming”