Clicking on a mouse has become such a mundane task, such an embedded part of our daily lives that it's become like breathing. We need to do it, but we never actually think about it when we do it. So it's fascinating watching this video of an artist who took a picture every time he clicked his mouse in a single day. »
The League of Legends division of Korean pro team CJ Entus chose quite an interesting way to greet the new year. Instead of doing montage videos, they have dressed up two of their pros, Madlife and Flame, as League characters Blitzcrank and Ezreal. »
In August, the U.S. government, for the first time ever, gave a professional gamer the kind of special visa it issues to professional athletes. It was largely thanks to lobbying by Riot Games, makers of League of Legends. Now the first visa has gone to a professional StarCraft player, and it gets him out of military… »
On the left: 25 explosive Zerg units controlled by StarCraft II's AI. Just a few of them would be enough to crush the thirty defenceless marines on the right. But the world's best player, Innovation shows us how to control and split them properly, with insane speed and accuracy.
Black Desert is an upcoming MMO from Korean developers Pearl Abyss. It sounds almost too good to be true. »
Unless you're actually a player, you probably think Counter-Strike is a bit old-fashioned. A little stale compared to other modern shooters. »
Park Jong Won is a Korean concept artist who currently works for NCSoft, the MMO giant behind games like Lineage, Aion and Guild Wars. »
This awkward yet funny moment happened during yesterday's stream of the Starcraft II WCS series in South Korea, showing Blizzard boss Mike Morhaime making himself at home (well, technically he is). Front row, some pizza and the best pros in front of you—that's the way to do it. »