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ESH Weekly #8 – Region results and Worlds in a bubble!

  We’re back!  As always, our aim is to wrap up all of the major news in esports so it’s not difficult for you, our viewers to keep up.  There’s been a lot more activity across the board, with League of Legends in particular experience the ends of regular seasons, and Worlds returning offline. DOTA …


T1- Consistently boring

  T1 have been the kings of South Korea for almost 7 years now. Despite being dethroned in 2014 by the unstoppable Samsung sister teams, and again by that same org in 2017 with Kang “Ambition” Chan-yong’s legendary Worlds run, they’ve never really left the top for long. So why have they become so boring …


ESH Podcast #3 – Addressing Inven’s Hashinshin article, backlash, and suspect sponsorships

  Drexxin, Izento, and Kary take a stab at the controversy surrounding Inven’s Hashinshin article and the backlash that came with it.  Also discussed in this episode is questionable sponsorships, and most specifically, LEC’s recent acquisition and release of NEOM. Esports Heaven · ESH Podcast #3 – Inven’s Hashinshin article and questionable sponsorships


ESH Weekly #7 – New Valorant “acts”, Dota updates

  DOTA 2 Nothing much is happening in Dota 2 the past couple of days other than the resumption of different tournaments such as the OGA Dota Pit S2, OMEGA League Europe Immortal Division, The Great American Rivalry D1, etc. On the other hand, we can expect The International 2020 prize purse to blow up …


ESH Podcast #2 w/ model artist ChemicalAlia

  Technically the 4th installment of our podcast, we’ve taken a dive with a woman whose work has gone from the Steam Workshop into CS:Go and Dota 2 a number of times.  We take a dive into the profession and how to go about getting your work recognized, how to keep poised, and how analogies …


ESH Weekly #6 – The Carnage Resumes

  DOTA 2   Not much is going on in Dota 2 these days except for a few things. Omega League brings ~$590,000 event in the month that usually hosts The International. A welcome news amid the covid situation. In another exciting news, Geek Fam claims victory over Fnatic in One Esports Dota 2 SEA …


CS:GO Players Make Their Way To Valorant

  Even before the closed beta, Valorant succeeded in capturing the attention of a huge section of the gaming world. The similarity of Valorant to popular shooters such as CS: GO and Overwatch makes it attractive to try, while its differences allow the competitors room to exist. Valorant is one of the mostaccessible and easy-to-adapt …


DRX Keria- The Support role’s next evolution

  Towers of smoke rise from blue flames that burn everything in their path. DRX have been taking the LCK by storm, and they won’t stop until everything is theirs. Amidst incredibly talented and already accomplished players, a young star shines as the super-team’s unexpected special threat: 17 year old Ryu “Keria” Min-seok.    Despite …


ESH Podcast 1.5 – Interview with Luckbox CEO Quentin Martin

  One of the largest growing affiliates in esports that has slowly come to be more accepted by the fanbase is esports betting.  Today, we interview Quentin Martin, CEO of former partners Luckbox, on the intricacies behind legitimate betting in the esports space. Esports Heaven · ESH Weekly 1.5 – Interview with Luckbox CEO Mr. …


Bleh; Indian Pride, Shining Bright in Esports

  Made in India and Bred in India — these are two things that first come to mind when I see Bleh, a fellow Indian comrade, making it to the big leagues in CS:GO as a commentator and as an analyst. Sudhen Wahengbam, as his real name goes, is a typical middle class Indian kid …


 

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