E3 2018, the biggest week in video game news, is here. If you're short on time, we've rounded up the biggest announcements and trailers.
ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational 2018 to feature first-of-its-kind use of eye-tracking technology
ELEAGUE, in collaboration with marketing partner Dell Gaming, has announced it will leverage eye-tracking technology to offer fans unprecedented access to the minds of professional Street Fighter players at the upcoming Street Fighter V Invitational 2018.
Gfinity Esports Australia has announced a partnership with Network Ten to bring the inaugural 2018 Gfinity Elite Series Australia esports league to live free-to-air television through Ten's ONE channel.
New Zealand-based indie developer Wildboy Studios have released a new trailer for their debut project, called ATONE.
Gfinity Esports Australia has announced that every match during Season 1 of the 2018 Gfinity Elite Series Australia will be broadcast online exclusively on the social video service Twitch.
Aquis Entertainment and Executive Sports Entertainment have announced the establishment of QeSports, a joint venture set to invest in the booming esports market.
Unbroken Studios have released a debut trailer and opened beta sign-ups for their upcoming post-apocalyptic battle royale game Fractured Lands.
Gfinity Esports Australia have announced the local players who’ll compete in the inaugural Gfinity Elite Series Australia.
Just in time to celebrate the second anniversary of Blizzard's popular online shooter Overwatch, we spoke with two members of the game's development team about hero popularity, player toxicity and whether or not they'll be selling more legendary skins any time soon.
Lenovo have signed a exclusive global partnership with Ubisoft to become the official PC and monitor sponsor of Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Pro League and Majors.
Where the original PIllars sometimes felt like just another one of those games, Deadfire makes a strong and compelling case for itself as potentially one of the best the genre has produced to date.
With over 30 million registered players, a bustling esports scene and new modes such as Operation Chimera being brought into the fold in recent months, now is a better time than ever to jump into Rainbow Six: Siege.
A piece of Australian history will be immortalised in global free-to-play title, World of Tanks, when the Australian Centurion launches in-game on May 11.
Blizzard Entertainment and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation have announced a new partnership that aims to raise money for breast cancer research by offering Overwatch players on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One the opportunity to purchase the new Pink Mercy skin.
Since the launch of the Nintendo Switch back in 2017, Nintendo has promised an online subscription service. But, more than a year after launch, the Nintendo Switch Online Service is yet to appear. Following several delays, Nintendo has finally announced the Switch Online Service release date, pricing and what benefits gamers can expect from the service.
The numbers don’t lie. According to Norton’s latest Cyber Security Insights report in 2017, cyber-criminals stole $US172 billion from 978 million victims in 2017. Globally, victims reported an average loss of $US142 plus almost 24 hours of their time dealing with the aftermath.
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