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FIFA 20, the FIFA eClub World Cup 2020 arrives in Milan

Today FIFA has announced that the FIFA eClub World Cup will take place in Milan from 7 to 9 February, with the best 24 teams in the world fighting for the title ....

NVIDIA announces the first 360Hz G-SYNC monitor at CES 2020

In the past few hours, at the CES 2020 opening ceremony, NVIDIA has officially shown the world a new line of monitors with an amazing 360Hz refresh rate. The product was ...

League of Legends recovers from Fortnite the most viewed game throne on ...

League of Legends is now more than just a video game, and although many users have a relationship of hate and love with the title, Riot Games' MOBA has become a real ...
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Apex Legends, the Global Series is coming

Electronic Arts Inc and Respawn Entertainment today announced the Apex Legends Global Series. The tournament will include online and live events for PC players who will compete for a prize pool ...
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Auto Chess coming to Nintendo Switch

Auto Chess, one of the latest mobile gaming phenomena, will arrive on Nintendo Switch in the 2020, according to Loring Lee, CEO of Dragonest, the game's developer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZoGA7_vtLw If you have never heard of Auto Chess ...

League of Legends records 8 millions of players connected simultaneously every day

During the next few weeks Riot Games is preparing to celebrate the tenth anniversary of League of Legends, the most played and famous MOBA in the world, which continues to reap records on record, despite it exists ...
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Dota 2 International 2019, two new absolute records for eSports

The Dota 2 International 2019, the championships dedicated to Valve's F2P Moba, set two new records for the world of eSports. According to a press release shared after the conclusion of the championships held at ...

In Australia, first arrests for match-fixing in eSport

In Australia, six people were arrested following investigations that found them guilty of match fixing in eSports.

1917 - Review

April 6, 1917: two British soldiers stationed in the north of France are summoned by the high command to carry out a mission of vital importance: to prevent the advance ...

AMD confirms that the "Nvidia killer" graphics card will be released in 2020

AMD's CEO has confirmed that a high-end Navi graphics card will be launched this year. In a video interview entitled "The Bring Up", ...

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