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New Schedule for the New Year: Riot Games announces future plans for 2023 Broadcasting Schedule

With 2022 coming to a close and 2023 fast approaching, the gaming year goes into transition as well. Valorant esports is on the rise with the expected onset of new fans to the debut of the franchise leagues, as well as the continued support of fans of League of Legends esports. With both games sharing fans and communities, the overlap between both esports titles has only grown larger. Thus, a revamp to the broadcasting schedule was eventually needed to relieve<span class="read-more">more</span>

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Foo Zen-Wen

Protoss VS Protoss: Why is this everyone's least favorite matchup?

With 3 factions to choose from in Starcraft 2, it is no surprise that different factions facing off against each other generate different kinds of games. One of these matchups however, is far more controversial than any other. The Protoss VS Protoss mirror matchup, or PvP for short. But why exactly is this matchup so controversial, or outright hated by many people?   Rock Paper Scissors When talking about the PvP matchup people often compare it to Rock Paper Scissors<span class="read-more">more</span>

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Gwen Berntsen

The end of an era - The last Tastosis GSL Finals cast

It is impossible to think of professional Starcraft 2 without thinking about the greatest casting duo esports has birthed. Tasteless and Artosis have casted Starcraft together for so many years that no other casting duo that have achieved a greater synergy than these two gentlemen have. A synergy so great that they are often named as the casting Archon of Starcraft 2, since they are so in tune with each other during their casts; they basically become one shared conscience<span class="read-more">more</span>

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Gwen Berntsen

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Dreamhack Masters EU Qualifiers - Championing the European Triumvirate

Anybody who has paid any attention to the European Starcraft 2 scene over the last few years knows their names. Serral, Clem and Reynor have consistently been the best Starcraft 2 players in Europe. And with the Dreamhack Masters in Atlanta coming up, these 3 were surely going to qualify as the top 4 in the European qualifier. But apart from that there was money, EPT points and of course most importantly, prestige to play for. So which one these<span class="read-more">more</span>

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Gwen Berntsen

Maru is once again victorious, wins GSL Code S Grand Final

Coming into the Grand Finals of this year’s 3rd season of the GSL, Maru would be facing up against Ragnarok. With 4 GSL Titles on his name already, Maru was the clear favorite in the matchup. Maru even stated in the pregame interview that Ragnarok was the easiest opponent he could face out of the top 8. Harsh words, but could the South-Korean Terran back those words up in the game?   Stepping on the gas Coming into the first<span class="read-more">more</span>

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Gwen Berntsen

What Is the Strongest Race In StarCraft 2 Right Now?

StarCraft 2 is one of the best RTS games ever developed. It’s been around since 2010 and the series as a whole dates back to the late 90s. Over a period of almost 25 years, StarCraft has been refined to the point where it’s nearly perfectly balanced. But as everyone will tell you, no game is 100% balanced. Not even chess, because white moves first and dictates much of what is happening on the board. Obviously, Blizzard is constantly trying<span class="read-more">more</span>

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Radu Muresan