Geo News, Pakistan
Korean eSports player beats Chinese rival in StarCraft using his toes
Geo News, Pakistan
A showboating eSports star dubbed "the Korean Conor McGregor" played part of a one-sided final using his bare toes, provoking a furious response from his humiliated Chinese rival. South Korea's Lim Hong-Gyu at another point folded his arms and ...
The Korea Herald
'StarCraft' pro gets 'foot up' on rival
The Korea Herald
A Korean professional “StarCraft” gamer got the upper foot, as it were, over his Chinese rival at a recent competition. Lim Hong-gyu, better known by his moniker “Larva,” battled Luo Xian on Monday in the final match of the Zotac Cup Masters playing ...
StarCraft Pro 'Larva' faces ban after pretending to nap during a match
For those of you not educated in StarCraft parlance, that essentially means choosing not to use a worker unit, starving the player of the resources that drone could gather. Not content with his first bit of virtual smack-talk, Larva continued to goof ...
Pro StarCraft player plays with his foot, naps, shames opponent in Zotac cup showmatch
StarCraft Pro Wins Tournament Playing with His Feet
Starcraft Pro Players Wins Zotac Cup Masters Final Using Foot
StarCraft pro plays with his foot, takes a nap, and still wins Zotac Cup finals match
StarCraft pro Lim "Larva" Hong Gyu is really good at his game of choice. So good, in fact, that he recently wrapped up a game in the finals of the Zotac Cup Masters Showmatch by playing with his foot. As reported by Kotaku, he also made one of his ...
StarCraft Pro Wins With His Foot, Naps Mid-Match, Thinks He's The Shit
Lim “Larva” Hong Gyu proved last night that he can win a StarCraft: Remastered match with his foot. During the finals of the Zotac Cup Masters Showmatch, Larva made quick work of his opponent's base, and in the game's final moments, he lifted his bare ...
Interview With Flash: Built on Consistency, the 'God of StarCraft'
There is a saying that even "luck counts towards an individual's skills." Although it's far from logical, many gamers often agree with it. When asked about comparing himself to other professional gamers, Young-Ho "Flash" Lee would always respond with ...
Google brain connects his StarCraft past with AI future
As a teenager in the 1990s, Oriol Vinyals became Spain's national champion at StarCraft. He liked the sci-fi strategy game — set in the 26th century in the depths of the Milky Way — because it requires more thought than most other shoot-'em-ups. “It ...
Blizzard's New 'StarCraft 2' Ad Campaign Is One Giant EA Subtweet
Today, Blizzard is…having a bit of fun at EA's expensive, given the company's recent troubles. EA has been accused of designing Star Wars Battlefront 2 to be pay-to-win with stat-boosting Star Cards found in loot boxes. And they've gotten flack for ...
Blizzard savages Star Wars Battlefront 2 in series of StarCraft tweets
'StarCraft' Twitter account fires shots at EA
Blizzard dunks on EA and Star Wars: Battlefront II in promoting Starcraft II's move to free-to-play
Blizzard takes a shot at EA's Battlefront 2 troubles with savage StarCraft subtweets
The free-to-play implementation of StarCraft 2 is generous, but cost is becoming a serious issue in Hearthstone—we recently estimated that maintaining a full collection of cards has grown to nearly $1000 per year. Meanwhile, Overwatch, as this Rolling ...
Blizzard throws shade at Star Wars Battlefront II on Twitter
Blizzard takes a swipe at pay-to-win games in its latest Starcraft 2 ad
Blizzard Takes Brutal Shots at Star Wars Battlefront II in Series of Tweets
How to play Starcraft II for free
Starcraft II is available for both Windows and Mac, but before you can get it, you'll need a Blizzard Battle.net account. If you already have one, great. If not, you can sign up for one after downloading the installer, which you do by clicking Play ...
StarCraft II is now free for PC and Mac gamers
Starcraft 2 is now free to play on PC and Mac
StarCraft 2 Is Free-To-Play Now On PC