We're starting to see an upswing in news as we get closer to a new season.
In addition to new information from all our favorite games, there were also some amazing esports events at BlizzCon 2017.
Okay I'm going to flat-out say it: I did not think that Blizzard was ever going to announce classic servers.
Are you ready for the most hype of the year?
Following esports matches isn't easy -- with fast paced games and intense action, it's sometimes hard to keep track of what's going on.
It was a big day over in the new Blizzard Arena.
This week there's not much going on in Blizzard esports.
A lot of Hearthstone esports went down in Blizzard's new Arena in Burbank over the weekend.
The pros are already starting to pack their bags for Southern California.
The 2017 Hearthstone Championship Tour is wrapping up, with 16 players facing off for the final tournament rounds in California.
It's that time of year where I just want to relax with a big bowl of chili and watch esports.
There's a sense of finality in the air.
The Mythic Dungeon Invitational is a new PVE esports event for World of Warcraft, and this weekend it's time for the Europe and Americas regional.
Things across the spectrum are starting to cool down. Most leagues are winding up and establishing their brackets, because BlizzCon is just over a month away! Teams need time to scrim and practice, and oh god BlizzCon is just over a month away. While I start getting my spreadsheets in order, here's the esports schedule this weekend.
This morning the last three teams were announced for the first season of Overwatch League.