Turner & IMG’s ELEAGUE will explore how TEKKEN ® 7 superstar Stephen “Speedkicks” Stafford uses uniquely analytical tactics against opponents in BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America’s storied one-on-one fighting game, as ELEAGUE | TEKKEN Team Takedown returns to TBS with an all-new episode Friday, March 23.
Turner & IMG’s ELEAGUE will introduce television viewers to TEKKEN ® 7’s fast-paced world of one-on-one fighting game action when the first-ever ELEAGUE | TEKKEN Team Takedown premieres Friday, March 16, following live NCAA March Madness coverage on the network.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE | Road to the Boston Major will revisit the thrilling Grand Final match of its most recent Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship, spotlighting Cloud9’s historic victory as the first American roster to win a Major, Friday, March 9, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will follow the elite Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams that advanced to the pinnacle of its recent Major Championship in Boston when ELEAGUE | Road to the Boston Major returns with the fourth of five episodes Friday, March 2, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports content and live tournament brand from Turner and IMG, will continue exploring the narratives of six of the world’s best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams when ELEAGUE | Road to the Boston Major returns with an all-new episode tonight, Feb. 23, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports content and live tournament brand from Turner and IMG, will continue telling the stories of six elite Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams as ELEAGUE | Road to the Boston Major returns with an all-new episode Friday, Feb. 16, at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports content and live tournament brand from Turner and IMG, will offer fans complete access to six elite Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams with the debut of ELEAGUE | Road to the Boston Major, Friday, Feb. 9, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
The ELEAGUE Major: Boston was a thrill ride of meteoric rises and historic firsts for Counter Strike: Global Offensive. Boston saw heroes rise, legends fall, and a new champion be crowned. In this edition of "In Focus," Richard Lewis looks back on the events surrounding the Grand Finals and the two teams' journeys to get there.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports tournament and content brand from Turner and IMG, today announced plans to bring back its leading Counter-Strike: Global Offensive franchise with the CS:GO Premier 2018 set to begin Saturday, July 21, with exclusive live coverage on Twitch.
Over the past few weeks, the ELEAGUE Major: Boston has been host to some of the world’s best Counter Strike action of 2018. As we move to the New Champions stage, we look to find which of the 8 remaining teams has what it takes to claim the title of Major Champion.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will host the thrilling conclusion to the first CS:GO Major Championship of 2018 – The ELEAGUE Major: Boston – with live coverage from Boston’s Agganis Arena presented on Twitch, beginning Friday, Jan. 26, at 10 a.m. ET. Eight teams remain in contention for the title of World Champion and will face off in a single elimination bracket, playing best-of-three map matches until a victor emerges.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will continue live coverage of The ELEAGUE Major: Boston with The New Legends stage, Friday-Monday, Jan. 19-22, beginning daily at 10 a.m. ET on Twitch. This second stage of the three-week world championship, featuring a $1 million dollar prize pool, will showcase 16 teams competing for eight spots in The New Champions round, held Friday-Sunday, Jan. 26-28, at Agganis Arena in Boston.
In any event, there are always teams who, while not the favorites, have a chance to win it all. At the Major, with such a diverse background of teams, the field is ripe with potential squads that fit this description. In this edition of “In Focus”, Richard Lewis takes a look at teams with a puncher’s chance to make a big difference on the road to Boston.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports tournament and content brand from Turner and IMG, today announced the initial matches and casters for its second Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championship, The ELEAGUE Major: Boston. The $1 million showdown will begin with The New Challengers stage, Friday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.m. ET with live Twitch coverage from ELEAGUE Arena in Atlanta.
The Boston major is coming, and the revised format adds some intrigue. While teams coming from the minor qualifiers may not be the favorites to win it all, some of these teams could cause significant upsets en route to the final. In this edition of "In Focus", Richard Lewis sets the stage for all the action, in what is inarguably the most wide open major yet.
Turner & IMG’s ELEAGUE will serve fans some holiday cheer in the form of two upcoming feature programs on TBS, beginning with the anticipated finale of The ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League, Friday, Dec. 22, at Midnight ET/PT (early Saturday morning).
As the dust settles on the ELEAGUE Rocket League Cup, the community is still catching its breath after a whirlwind tournament of upsets, lengthy overtimes, brilliant goals, and an amazing grand final showdown. Caleb Simmons breaks down all the action, from the sweet victory for an Atlanta native, to the many question marks on where things go from here for the rest of the field.
Description: January will see the twelfth CS:GO major championships take place in Boston, a town that's no stranger to huge sporting events. In this week's "In Focus", Richard Lewis profiles the big players set to take the stage, and the big changes to the way majors are undertaken.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will give fans a front row seat to the final group stage and first playoff matches of The ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League, when it returns with the third edition of a four-part feature series Friday, Dec. 15, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports tournament and content brand from Turner and IMG, today revealed the star-studded teams set to compete in The ELEAGUE Major: Boston, the 12th Major Championship in CS:GO history and the first to use newly-unveiled competition stage names from game publisher Valve.
ELEAGUE will document the intense competition and behind-the-scenes moments as the eight best Rocket League teams in the world face off during the first two rounds of the group play stage in The ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League, when it continues Friday, Dec. 8, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will kick off The ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League, an invitational tournament and televised feature series, with the first live matches between the world’s best Rocket League teams beginning Friday, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m. ET on Twitch. TBS will also televise a three-part The ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League feature series beginning Friday, Dec. 1, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, with the premiere episode bringing fans an all-access look at the teams and players vying for the event’s $150,000 prize pool.
Turner and IMG's ELEAGUE, in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will culminate the first-ever ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship Presented by PS4, with the final four competitors facing off for the title of World Champion and the largest share of the event’s $250,000 prize pool.
Turner and IMG's ELEAGUE, in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will continue live coverage of the first-ever ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship presented by PS4, with eight players facing off for the final two spots in the championship round.
Turner and IMG's ELEAGUE, in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will kick off the group stage of the first-ever ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship presented by PS4, with eight players facing off for two spots in the Championship round.
Turner and IMG's ELEAGUE, in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will offer fans the first-ever ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship presented by PS4. The event, featuring NetherRealm Studios' critically-acclaimed, super-powered fighting game, will begin Friday, Oct. 27, with live Group A coverage at 10 p.m. ET on TBS.
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017 will showcase ELEAGUE Major Champions Astralis against ESL One New York winners FaZe Clan in the Grand Final tonight, Friday, Oct. 13, with live coverage beginning at 10 p.m. ET on TBS. The live observer feed will also be made available
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017 will present the Group C showcase with live coverage beginning Friday, Sept. 22, at 10 p.m. ET on TBS. Four teams – Virtus.pro, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Cloud9 and EnVyUs – will compete for two of the four remaining playoff spots and a larger share of the $1 million prize pool.
ELEAGUE, has announced a collection of cutting-edge technologies that will be integrated into the upcoming ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017. ELEAGUE’s live coverage of the Premier will incorporate biometrics to provide unparalleled insights into a player’s reaction time and field of vision; an immersive virtual reality experience; and the use of advanced analytics.
ELEAGUE has unveiled its full commentator lineup for the upcoming ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017. The Premier is set to launch with a special preview show airing Friday, Sept. 1, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS. Live action will take center stage the following week with the Group A round showcased Friday, Sept. 8, at 10 p.m. ET on TBS.
ELEAGUE will feature special behind-the-scenes access with current NBA player and passionate Dota 2 fan Jeremy Lin in the final installment of its four-part episodic series ELEAGUE | Road To The International Dota 2 Championships, airing Friday, Aug. 25, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
ELEAGUE will mark its return to Valve’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive this Fall with the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017 beginning Friday, Sept. 1, on TBS. The first one-hour episode will preview the action with commentary and analysis on the teams and players that are set to compete in the weeks ahead.
The esports news cycle has been in a recent frenzy, and after a quick break, Richard Lewis looks forward to writing a column about what happened most recently in Counter-Strike. In this week's "In Focus," Richard gives an update on all the goings on in and around the Counter-Strike scene, as well as his take on Gambit's unlikely run to a Major Championship.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports tournament and content brand from Turner and IMG, has announced a multi-faceted partnership with GEICO to provide amateur gamers with a series of esports competitions to showcase their skills across a range of popular video games.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports tournament and content brand from Turner and IMG, today announced the invited teams set to compete in the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017, beginning Friday, Sept. 1, at 10 p.m. ET across TBS, Twitch, YouTube and ELEAGUE.com. The event will showcase the following team groupings, with live Friday night coverage on TBS beginning with Group A play, Friday, Sept. 8.
ELEAGUE to further expand its portfolio with an all-new, feature-length series ELEAGUE: Road to The International Dota 2 Championships. This four-episode series, produced by ELEAGUE and premiering Friday, Aug. 4, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS, will follow professional players and teams vying for esports’ largest prize pool – over 21 million dollars.
This annual tournament, centered around Valve’s critically-acclaimed Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA), Dota 2, is esports at its finest. With last year’s event bringing in millions of viewers, sixteen global teams, and a record-breaking prize pool of over $20 million, it has become an event that is hard to match. The International is the ultimate, ‘end-all’ destination for Dota 2 teams, who must attend and perform well in multiple tournaments throughout the year to even be invited to qualify.
ELEAGUE, the premium esports tournament brand from Turner and IMG, has partnered with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to bring NetherRealm Studios’ critically acclaimed, super-powered fighting game Injustice 2 and its massive lineup of DC characters to the forefront of the esports world with the first-ever ELEAGUE Injustice 2 World Championship.
After a rematch of the final of the Major Championship, Virtus Pro and Astralis have gone on completely different paths, especially when it comes to online competitions. This year, Clash for Cash is an opportunity for redemption and a chance for everyone to see which team will come out as number one. Richard Lewis gives us a view of both teams as this $250,000 tournament approaches.
The conclusion of the ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational ended as many thought it would, with Punk as the champion. On the other hand, the path to the Finals had many twists and turns. In the final installment of "Sajam's World" for 2017, Sajam recaps a night of competition that won't be forgotten in the fighting game community.
Group D at the ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational determines the final two spots for the playoffs on May 26th. In this week’s edition of “Sajam’s World”, Sajam discusses the players left in the group's talented field, the high stakes and even-higher expectations.
While ELEAGUE's SFV Invitational Group A showcased the up-and-coming talent of the FGC, Group B features many of its most fabled veterans. In this week’s edition of “Sajam’s World”, Stephen Lyon "predicts the unpredictable" about how the group will play out.
With the preliminary portion of ELEAGUE over, the groups are looking even more stacked than ever. In this week's edition of "Sajam's World", Stephen Lyon breaks down the match between the eventual 1st and 2nd-seeded players in Group A, Panda Global’s Punk and Echo Fox’s Momochi.
This week, ELEAGUE stepped onto the Street Fighter V scene with its Invitational event, and the fighting game community took notice. In his first "Sajam's World" special, Stephen "Sajam" Lyon gives his insight on ELEAGUE thus far, and his outlook on the season to come.
The upcoming ELEAGUE Street Fighter® V Invitational will include a lineup of casters featuring some of the most noted experts in the field. Richard Lewis will host the tournament, joined by popular authorities within the Street Fighter® community.
In this installment of "In Focus", Richard Lewis speaks to the legendary Alex Valle. At thirty-eight years old, many thought he’d be sitting on the broadcasters’ desk by now. Instead, "Mr. Street Fighter" is out there mashing buttons with some of the best players in the world.
ELEAGUE to Feature Street Fighter® V Invitational with Live Tournament Action Beginning March 27. Next Season of ELEAGUE to Include 32 Elite Street Fighter V. Players Competing for Share of $250,000 Purse. Live Coverage to be Presented Across TBS & Twitch
In this week's installment of "In Focus", Richard Lewis profiles OpTic Gaming. Through the ups and downs of 2016, the team won ELEAGUE’s second season and set their sights on January’s Major, only to come up short in disappointing fashion. The question now is: Where do they go from here?
HyperX® announced continued support of the eSports community by sponsoring ELEAGUE and the 2017 tournament season. HyperX was the official gaming headset sponsor of ELEAGUE in its inaugural year and is pleased to continue to support the growth of eSports.