Fortress Melbourne, located within Melbourne's Emporium shopping center, officially opened to patrons last week. However, from the 18th of March, it'll be closing them again.
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The Android version of Riot's card-battler officially launched into open beta Singapore this week but if you can't wait there's a workaround.
This year's E3 looks to be the next major event to get struck down by the COVID-19 outbreak.
LetsPlay.Live are partnering with Channel Seven to bring esports to traditional broadcast audiences in 2020.
GGWP Academy is pitching itself as the go-to education platform for those looking to build a career in esports.
Samsung have renewed their partnership with local esports brand Legacy.
EA are adding another option to the menu for those looking to pick up their sci-fi battle royale game with a side of extra content.
Google's gaming streaming service remains slim on games but is now available on more Android smartphones.
Dell and Alienware have signed on to be the hardware partners for upcoming esports venue Fortress Melbourne.
Nvidia and CD Projekt Red are partnering on a special limited run of RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards.
To encourage early adopters to get the most out of the Galaxy S20's 120Hz display, Samsung are partnering with Microsoft to bring Forza to the Galaxy App Store.
This year's Intel Extreme Masters will be merging with Melbourne's Esports Open.
Off the back of a recent partnership with Xbox, Telstra are looking to take gaming more seriously as a market segment.
Lenovo are partnering with battle royale shooter Apex Legends in order to boost the profile of their Legion gaming PC range.
Blizzard's remaster of Warcraft 3 has gotten a late-January release date.
MSI has long pushed the boundaries of invention with its ever-evolving range of laptops but it has now pulled off a world first with the new MSI Creative 17.
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