Ouch. via Alanah Pearce’s Twitter.
Red Bull’s eSports division is producing a documentary web series on pro Dota 2 player Jimmy ‘DeMoN’ Ho’s journey to last year’s lucrative International tournament. Like many of Red Bull’s forays into eSports journalism, it’s surprisingly good! You can watch the first episode on their YouTube channel.
Destiny is not a stranger to players gaming the system. Usually, that involves harmless stuff like cheesing the actual game, or maybe pulling out a LAN cable. But today, it involves energy drinks. Yes, energy drinks.
We all wanna parkour like Super Mario or Ryu Hayabusa, but only a few people ever get to actually do it — like freerunner Jason Paul.
Tired of watching fighting games live? Watch StarCraft II live instead! We're on Day Two of Red Bull Battle Grounds Atlanta, a StarCraft II event I was planning on attending back before I took over weekends. Let's hope the competitors are better at planning than I am.
The fastest racing cars today are all built to tight regulations. So what would happen if you took the best designer in Formula 1 and asked him to draw up a car with no restrictions whatsoever? This, the new Gran Turismo 6 concept from Red Bull, the X2014.
The next Angry Birds game is a kart racer. Huh. That'll quiet the folks who complain Rovio only releases the same sort of game over and over again, I guess. And they've hooked up with Red Bull, which explains all the Go-ing.
It wouldn't be Formula 1 without some kind of constant friction between racers, team owners and organizers, and this year's kerfuffle involves steering wheels that force drivers to push more buttons than a 747 pilot having a seizure.
Gran Turismo 5's fastest car outclasses the rest of the PlayStation 3 game's line-up for a very good reason — it doesn't really exist.
The first consumer brand to be a part of PlayStation Home extends their presence today, with Red Bull Flugtag and Red Bull Illume added to Home growing stable of places to do stuff.
Red Bull island, complete with Red Bull air racing, is coming to Home this week, hopefully free of the lines that have made bowling feel so restrictive in the virtual Playstation 3 world.
In addition to all those video games setting up shop in Sony's Home, expect to see plenty of non-game advertisers. First out of the gate is energy drink Red Bull, complete with its own game.