Ever since I began covering the League of Legends World Championship this year, I have received complaints from readers asking (or demanding) that I stop spoiling the outcomes of games in my articles. After a lot of deliberation, I’ve decided that I can’t do that. You all deserve an explanation as to why.
The most powerful brand in sports journalism is officially diving into eSports. Today ESPN put out a job listing for an “eSports editor.” This comes after the ESPN magazine published its first ever eSports issue, which included an excellent profile of the League of Legends
god player Faker. Art/story via The Daily Dot.
For the past few weeks, a lot of people have been asking me about “objectivity,” mostly thanks to a contextless tweet that has been circulating among the GamerGate crowd for quite some time now.
From today's story Hollywood transformed: How China is changing the DNA of America's Blockbuster movies:
Earlier this week, we were having a laugh around the Kotaku campfire at The Onion's latest video-game sendup: 'Fully Leveled-Up Video Game Character Marvels At How Far He's Come.' These guys are pretty damned good at poking fun at video games, and they've been at it for ages. Why not pull together our favorite stories…
Girls? Playing VIDEO games? YOU'D BETTER BELIEVE IT.