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MasterCard has announced a multi-year partnership with Riot Games to become the first global sponsor for League of Legends.
After six months in beta, Magic The Gathering Arena will be entering open beta from September 28.
Ubisoft Australia has announced that the Assassin’s Creed Challenge will come to Metcalfe Park, Sydney, on October 5th and 6th.
Sony has announced they'll be offering their own take on Nintendo's NES and NES Mini hardware in the form of the Playstation Classic.
ASUS Republic of Gamers have announced a partnership with Activision, for the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on PC.
HP, in collaboration with PUBG Corporation, has announced the launch of the Omen by HP Challenger Series Tournament in Asia-Pacific and Japan.
Catch have added some huge discounts in their $4M Electronics Clear Out Sale. Here are our picks.
Esports fans of all creeds collided at this year's inaugural Melbourne Esports Open.
Nerial, Devolver Digital and HBO have unveiled Reigns: Game of Thrones.
D-Link has launched two new advanced HD Wi-Fi cameras and an enhanced Mydlink App.
Boost Mobile has announced several new partnerships that see the youth-focused telco expand into the world of esports.
Logitech G have announced the Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset, the Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse and the Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse with HERO Sensor.
The upcoming Melbourne Esports Open has added Fortnite to its roster.
HyperX have announced the HyperX Cloud gaming headset for PlayStation 4 and the Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB Gaming Mouse.
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