Dreamhack Austin StarCraft Groups Released
Group J, certainly the highlight of the lower brackets, sees former Team Liquid Protoss Tyler 'NonY' Wasieleski and mYinanity Zerg player Stefen 'PengWin' Mott squaring off. The round of 64 brackets are not yet complete, as the top 2 from each group of ...
The Weirdly Dark And Insightful StarCraft Visual Novel Is Getting A Sequel
One of the most honest looks at competitive gaming, the literally-named StarCraft visual novel SC2VN, is getting a Brood War-themed sequel: Don't Forget Our eSports Dream. It might seem odd that a visual novel ends up being one of the best pieces of ...
The GSL StarCraft 2 Final Was Everything That's Still Good About The Game
While the traditional winner's kiss of the GSL trophy has become a rote tradition largely for the benefit of photographers, most champions show a little more obvious joy and excitement at winning the most or second-most important trophy in StarCraft ...
Blizzard-Approved StarCraft VN Turns To The Brood War Era For Prequel
Bolt, a young man chasing his dream of becoming an eSports pro, and Jett, a “former darling of the Korean Pro-Gaming Association” and past friend, strive together to become Korean eSports champions during the StarCraft: Brood War era in Don't Forget ...
E-sport stars charged with match fixing
Lee "Life" Seung Hyun - a Global Starcraft League champion - has been charged with receiving 70 million won (£42,000) to intentionally lose two matches in May 2015. Jung "Bbyong" Woo Yong has been charged with receiving 30 million won to throw a ...
Korean StarCraft player indicted in another match-fixing investigation
The life of Life: Chronicling the rise and fall of Lee "Life" Seung Hyun
Starcraft 2 Player Life indicted for match fixing
Top StarCraft 2 champion indicted in second match-fixing probe
South Korean authorities have indicted 10 persons, including two top StarCraft 2 players, at the end of a second investigation into esports match-fixing in that country. The report, as translated by Team Liquid, alleges Lee "Life" Seung Hyun (pictured ...
Match-Fixing Report Shows How Gambling Has Ruined Korean StarCraft
'StarCraft 2' scandal: 8 individuals arrested for match fixing
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StarCraft: South Korea's Unofficial National Sport
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In the popular real-time strategy game StarCraft, players use subterfuge and guile to defeat their enemies. Artificial intelligence experts think the game could be the next big target for a man-versus-machine contest. Photo: Korea e-Sports Association.
Eight arrested in StarCraft II match-fixing scandal
Eight people have been arrested following an investigation into match-fixing in the StarCraft II pro tournament scene. According to a report by the Changwon Regional Prosecution Service, translated from Korean here, one top-class StarCraft 2 pro-gamer ...
Starcraft legends Life & Bbyong indicted and arrested on match fixing charges
More StarCraft 2 Match-Fixers Arrested by Korean Authorities
A StarCraft World Champion Has Been Charged With Match Fixing
Watch Conan O'Brien try out StarCraft, 'Korean Counter-Strike' in South Korea (correction)
In the video above, which aired during a special travelogue episode of Conan over the weekend, watch as the redheaded comic asks a lot of questions about playing StarCraft, how to make enemies in Sudden Attack and, most importantly, the snacks that ...
Conan O'Brien Plays StarCraft And Counter-Strike At A Korean Gaming Café
Conan O'Brien Invades Korean Video Game Cafe, Gets Clowned by Gamers (Video)
Conan O'Brien Goes to a Korean Gaming Café, Offends Everyone
Nova Covert Ops provides a glimpse at why StarCraft: Ghost didn't make it
This weekend I'll be glued to my 3DS playing through Bravely Second (look for that review next week), but last weekend I completed the first mission pack of StarCraft II: Nova Covert Ops. This episodic story puts you in control of Nova Terra, the ...
StarCraft II: Nova Covert Ops – Mission Pack One Game Review