Former World Chess Champion Gives His Take On eSports In 15 Tweets

Russian chess grandmaster and former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov is in Seoul to participate in a local sports fair. And since South Korea is the capital of eSports, it was inevitable for him to weigh in on League of Legends and StarCraft, which are essentially the number one rivals of chess. » 12/27/13 9:30am 12/27/13 9:30am

The Ten Most Defining Moments of League of Legends' Third Season

League of Legends stepped up its game as an eSport in 2013. More than 30 million people watched the World Championship finals, and it became the number one online game in many countries, including South Korea. After such a strong year, it's no surprise a video with the best moments of the season would be intense. » 12/05/13 9:20am 12/05/13 9:20am

Well This Celebration Certainly Just Got Awkward

Beating the world's best StarCraft II player at this weekends Dreamhack tournament? No problem! Doing a proper traditional champagne celebration after the finals? Nope! It presented some difficulties and awkward moments for Korean terran player Liquid Taeja and Dreamhack boss Robert Ohlén—who came to help out—to open… » 9/16/13 1:30pm 9/16/13 1:30pm

A StarCraft Song, Dedicated To One Of The Best Korean Players Out There

When it comes to parody videos, Temp0 is one of the most active members of the competitive StarCraft community. His latest work focuses on the legendary Jaedong—nicknamed "The Dong"—a Korean pro who was practically a god in the Brood War era and remains popular after his switch to StarCraft II. » 8/15/13 8:00pm 8/15/13 8:00pm

A Sad Day for StarCraft as One of the Best Players Quits

One of the most iconic and best non-Korean members of the StarCraft II eSports scene, Evil Geniuses' Stephano thinks it is time to move on. He says he's not enjoying the game as much as he used to, so he put an end to his career as a StarCraft pro. His last match was played against Lucifron in the World Championship… » 8/07/13 9:20am 8/07/13 9:20am