With a sharp rise in popularity over the last few years, leading to both streamed and televised events, it wasn’t unreasonable to consider for a moment whether esports would finally be included in one of the world’s top competitive events: the Olympics.
The International Olympics Committee (IOC) and the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) is hosting a forum to discuss the future of esports at the Olympics.
FIFA executive producer David Rutter has calmed talk of female players being added to the franchise.
London 2012: The Official Video Game is, unsurprisingly, top of this week’s UK chart, giving Sega first and third place with Mario & Sonic London 2012 Olympic Games. All Olympic, all the time. Just in case you were curious as to how the digital version stacked up to the real thing, Sam put together a […]
Eurogamer‘s reporting that the sports title that Total War developer Creative Assembly is working on, revealed yesterday via a job listing, is a Olympics title on London 2012.
According to this GI report, pro gamers XiaoFeng “Sky” Li and Jaeho “Moon” Jang have been chosen by sponsor Razer to carry the Olympic torch part-way through China. “Team Razer extends hearty congratulations to Sky and Moon, and we are just as excited as they are,” said Razer president Robert Krakoff. Just don’t carry it […]