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TEG and ESL have added the Overwatch Contenders Season 2 Finals to the growing roster of esports events due to take place at the upcoming inaugural Melbourne Esports Open.
Riot Games has inked a multi-year deal for the League of Legends Oceanic Pro League Finals to headline the Melbourne Esports Open until 2022.
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CoolerMaster are looking to renew their presence in the gaming peripheral space with an impressive showing at this year's Computex in Taiwan, headlined by a mouse that can be used to count your kills.
In the past, MSI have generally stuck to their guns and played in the gaming hardware space. In recent years, they've started experimenting with professional workstations and powerbooks. At this year's Computex, they continued to do so.
MSI's Computex showcase was all about slimmer bezels and better form-factors. Here's a quick look at what they had to show off.
Razer has announced that the company's Chroma RGB lighting ecosystem and Razer mechanical switches will now be available through third party products.
ASUS have debuted their first gaming-focused smartphone in the form of the new ROG Phone.
ASUS have added a new gaming headset to their line-up of ROG gaming accessories in the form of the Delta.
ASUS have debuted their first gaming focused smartphone, The ROG Phone, ahead of this year's Computex. Here's a hands-on first look.
In addition to announcing their first gaming-smartphone, ASUS also announced two new ROG Strix gaming notebooks ahead of this year's Computex.
The Victorian Government has announced plans to to host the inaugural Melbourne Esports Open in September.
After two phases of voting, the competition committees for each country competing in the 2018 Overwatch World Cup have been finalised.
Roccat has announced the Titan Switch Tactile, the company's mechanical switch designed in-house.
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