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An Ode to Halo 2: More Than Just a Game

The famous Nobel Prize laureate in literature and philosopher, Albert Camus, asked the following question about happiness: “But what is happiness except the simple harmony between a man and the life he leads?” Often thought unattainable or reserved for those who have achieved vast economic successes, happiness proves to be as elusive as it is abstract. 2,734 more words

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Back to Basics: Morale

Esports has become more than a simple way to play games online in a competitive setting. In fact it’s become a major growing industry that allows people from all over the world, both gamers and advertisers to earn quite a stable income. 992 more words

League Of Legends

From couches to stadiums: Is the rise of eSports a sleeping giant for collegiate athletics?

By Max Garland

Travis Elliot’s hand could barely grip the mouse. He and his four teammates had no experience in high-level Dota 2 tournaments, especially on a stage as big as Major League Gaming. 2,344 more words

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Review - Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

“Being able to settle it in Smash anytime, anywhere is something truly special.”

As with any Super Smash Bros. iteration, Super Smash Bros. for 3DS is an undeniably exciting event. 3,453 more words

Video Games

MLG announces first Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare tournament for end of November

The very first open tournament for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be held November 28-30 in Columbus, Ohio, Major League Gaming announced today.

Featuring 140 of the best… 167 more words

Ray Carsillo

Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Is Now Officially Out

Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Is Now Officially Out! This is one of the most popular games of 2014 and one of the most popular titles in Video Games. 34 more words

Call Of Duty

The Rise of Competitive Gaming & E-Sports

Electronic sports, basically competitive gaming, is on the rise. It has become relevant in the gaming community and is a way for pro gamers to come together to compete to see who is the better player. 233 more words