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How Clash Royale became a part of esports

Blog July 23, 2021

Clash Royale was able to combine the elements of Clash of Clans (and they are in the same universe), the classic charm of MOBA, and spice it all up with the features of collectible card games. The game is available on Android and iOS devices, and already in the year of its release (2016) broke all kinds of popularity records. In 2021, spending on mobile gaming could increase 20% to $120 billion, a...

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WePlay Animajor 2021: Bootcamp

Partner Tournaments June 2, 2021

From June 2 to June 13, Kyiv will host the second and final Major within the DPC season before one of the most anticipated events of this year — TI10.The capital of Ukraine is hosting teams from all over the world for the second time as part of a series of international Dota 2 events. The previous tournament, The Kyiv Major 2017, took place exactly four years ago and became a landmark event for al...

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Game of Games: What We Will Play In 2021-2022

Blog April 21, 2021

If you are still looking for something to play on your consoles or PC in 2021, then we have collected the most anticipated and in-demand games according to the audience of Reddit users for the current year.Although the beginning of 2021 was relatively quiet in terms of the release of new «toys» (well, this is typical for this time of year), we still expect a few big players to watch out for, inclu...

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The old ways are the best ways: New Esports Potential Disciplines

Blog April 4, 2021

There is a huge variety of games on the esports market. CS:GO and DOTA have become classics for a long time, the interest in which is still not extinguished, but the audience is clearly in demand for the new blood and new battles. The lists are replenishing rather slowly, so true fans of esports disciplines can only guess which game will bring together the best of the best under the auspices of th...

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F1 Virtual Grand Prix Retrospective: 2020 vs. 2021

Blog March 22, 2021

Last year, to stay in touch with the fans, F1 tried out not totally new, but rarely used on such a scale format — organizing a Virtual Grand Prix series with the participation of the current pilots of the championship and famous drivers. This format pleased fans — in total more than 30 million people watched the virtual races.F1 Virtual Grand Prix RetrospectiveThroughout the series, more than half...

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IEM Katowice 2021 Winner: Who Are Gambit Esports?

Team Biography March 15, 2021

IEM Katowice 2021 ran out two weeks ago, but the echoes of one of the most significant tournaments can still be heard in the esports community.And all because the winner of the tournament turned out to be the most underestimated team, the «dark horse», whose main trump card was the good old professionalism and hard training, which allowed them to beat the «oldies» and become the most prospective t...

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IEM Katowice 2021: The Most Popular Teams

Third Party Tournaments March 8, 2021

The IEM Katowice 2021 CS:GO tournament ended rather unexpectedly, showing the hidden potential of the Gambit Esports team, who took the main prize. It is noteworthy that in the quarterfinals, Gambit Esports defeated the beloved champions Natus Vincere (2:0). But these are not only amazing moments of the tournament that have left a lot of questions and food for thought to the esports community.One ...

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Retrospective of IEM Katowice 2021

Third Party Tournaments March 5, 2021

IEM Katowice 2021 came out rather ambiguous and surprised the audience not only with its results but also with its low popularity among viewers. Even the final game between Gambit Esports and turned out to be the least viewed event in all five years of the IEM Katowice championships. One cannot ignore the fact that this is the first championship that was held entirely online, which coul...

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Most Iconic Esports Tournaments of 2021

Blog February 25, 2021

Last year was very challenging and gone a little bit off the rails. But it was a great one for the esports industry. No dancing on bones, just simple calculations. Esports came to the fore while all global sporting events (including the Olympic Games) were canceled one by one.However, despite the explosive growth of revenue and streaming audiences, the 2020 pandemic has made its adjustments in the...

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