The Harvard Crimson reports on the growing eSports movement at the college: “’It was me and three other girls, and I was like: ‘Wow, I did not expect this to … Continue reading eSports Comes to Harvard
USA Today reports on MIT’s free online course “Introduction to Game Design” that launched on Oct. 22, 2014: “Massachusetts Institute of Technology today begins a free series of massive open … Continue reading MIT Offers Free Online Course: Game Design
You’d think with 60 million users on Twitch, advertisers would find a way to market to them. But the Wall St. Journal reports that it’s slow going: “Now that the … Continue reading Advertisers Still Trying to Understand Twitch
The New York Times runs a magazine piece on “Brain training games,” reporting that they “have become big business, with Americans spending an estimated $1.3 billion a year on them. … Continue reading Are Video Games Good for Your Health?
Gamespot reports that “Last year, HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel aired a segment about the rising popularity of eSports, and debated whether or not games like League of Legends … Continue reading HBO’s Real Sports Covers eSports — Again
The New York Times explains how huge eSports has become in South Korea — with a view on what could occur in the U.S.: “Top video game players in South … Continue reading Can eSports’ U.S. Future be Seen in South Korea Today?
IGN News reports that “ESPN President John Skipper doesn’t consider eSports as a sport, he mentioned during the Code/Media Series: New York conference on Thursday, categorizing it as a competition … Continue reading ESPN Chief: eSports is Not a Sport