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The Ladies And The Vain: Vainglory’s Femme Fatale Tournament Points To eSports’ Co-ed Future

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How To Get Partnered By Twitch In Less Than Two Months—One Bicep Curl At A Time

AnthonyAcc went from zero to more than 3,000 followers in less than two months Continue reading “How To Get Partnered By Twitch In Less Than Two Months—One Bicep Curl At A Time”

What If A Turn-Based 3D Combat System Met A Collectible Card Game?

Innovative indie developer Free Range Games just launched a Kickstarter project for a new collectible card game adventure—but with a twist. Continue reading “What If A Turn-Based 3D Combat System Met A Collectible Card Game?”

Robot Loves Kitty Adds Upsilon Circuit Tech To Legend of Dungeon Update

Would you like a new way to play along with your favorite streamers? Continue reading “Robot Loves Kitty Adds Upsilon Circuit Tech To Legend of Dungeon Update”

One Man’s Mission To Make Minecraft Popular On Twitch

Have you ever wondered how a game gets popular on Twitch?

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MANvsGame’s Foolproof Method For Keeping Trolls Out Of His Chat

Newcomers to Twitch sometimes have a rude awakening. Depending on which stream you blunder into, you will either find a group of friendly people telling jokes or, often in the case of women streamers, a collection of would-be misogynists commenting on the streamer’s looks and the things they would like to do to her. Continue reading “MANvsGame’s Foolproof Method For Keeping Trolls Out Of His Chat”

Nadeshot: “My biggest regret was leaving Twitch to stream for another platform.”

It’s been about six months since Matt “Nadeshot” Haag, Call of Duty’s most famous player, decided to take a break from competitive gaming. Continue reading “Nadeshot: “My biggest regret was leaving Twitch to stream for another platform.””

What Does Playing In The NBA And On A League Of Legends Team Have In Common? Gordon Hayward Responds.

Matt Demers: As a topflight basketball player and an avid gamer, are there any skills that you take from the hardwood and apply to your League games?

Gordan Hayward: I think the biggest thing that applies to both basketball and League of Legends is communication. On both sides, it’s extremely important to talk to your teammates so you know where they’re at and they know where you’re at, and in League, you have to know where the other team is at as well. It’s the same type of thing in basketball — the best teams are the ones that communicate the best, and the very best teams are the ones that have played together so long that they don’t have to say anything. They just kind of know where their teammates are going to be. I think communication is huge for both League of Legends and basketball.

Reading the rest of Matt’s interview here.

Photo courtesy of Gordon Hayward.

How To Handle Bodily Functions During A Twitch Broadcast

Some advice from CaptainSparklez. Continue reading “How To Handle Bodily Functions During A Twitch Broadcast”

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