It's been an incredibly rocky year for Korean League team Griffin.
The region is expected to grow its gaming population to more than 320 million people in the next five years.
GameDaily's parent company continues to expand its roster of sports and media celebrities.
It's the second Chinese city to host League World Finals following Beijing in 2017.
Capping off a year of legal disputes, racism accusations, and contract terminations, Echo Fox's investors confirmed to Win.gg that the esports organization has disbanded for good.
GameDaily Connect Asia 2019: Why mobile esports games are cementing their position in the mainstream
Mobile esports isn't merely a fad, argues Xiaofeng Zeng of Niko Partners. Not only is it here to stay, it'll eventually dominate the mainstream gaming scene—and developers should not overlook this trend.
At BlizzCon 2019, J. Allen Brack's apology and acceptance of protesters for Hong Kong overshadowed its game announcements, including Overwatch 2 and Diablo IV.
Fox plans to stay in esports and will form a new organization called Twin Galaxies International.
ReKT has been making power moves in the esports industry lately.
Following a reduction in Blitzchung's suspension, American University players have now also been banned for six months. We chat with an attorney about free speech. [UPDATED]