Gaming & esports articles and news
It will soon be time for all CS:GO fans to travel once again to Cologne, Germany. Why? Because the ESL One Cologne will be held from July 6th to 8th. If you don't know what to do that weekend, if you haven't yet heard of this event or if you don't know if it's worth it attending it, he is a sum up of the 2017 edition!
FACEIT has announced the dates and location of four newly-announced Minors that will lead up to the FACEIT London Major in September. There will be four regional competitions hosted throughout July.Source : http://www.esportsinsider.com/2018/05/faceit-minors-twickenham-stadium/
Launched in 2016, under the name Xbox One Scotland, as a place for Esports Scotland owner, James Hood, to talk to like-minded gamers in Scotland.Source : http://www.esportsinsider.com/2018/05/brian-houston-scotland-esports-from-scotland-with-love/
Gfinity announced today it has appointed Non-Executive Director Garry Cook as Executive Chairman effective immediately. Cook will take over as Tony Collyer will step down from the Board after four years.Source : http://www.esportsinsider.com/2018/05/gfinity-appoints-garry-cook-as-executive-chairman/
Drawing up an esports contract requires more than just the ordinary template you can find online. The esports industry is more complex and carries synergies of Contracts Law, Intellectual Property Law and Sports Law (not to mention Taxation Law). The challenge has been forming a sensible enough contract between the parties - particularly team owners and players
It has now been several times that we heard about this topic from different people of the industry. Players, team owners or event organizers. This is the reason why we wanted to write an article about it to raise their concerns and receive more opinion about it.