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This week: Activision-Blizzard partners with Nielsen, PlayerUnknown confirms PUBG esport league, DreamTeam seeks to pair players with teams and the crew builds a list instead of destroys it. 
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This week: PUBG Mobile is surprisingly good, the 2018 nominees for the Video Game Hall of Game, a look at the OWL player code of conduct and a conversation with Jon Gurman about H4X.gg.
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This week: The Fair Play Alliance, Ninja's unique tournament, PUBG League and the winner of Checkpoint's High Score Hall of Fame.
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A recent study shows interesting trends in regards to race and eSports scenes.
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The PGL PUBG Spring Invitational drew to a close after four intense days of competition. The event in Bucharest saw sixteen teams from around the world compete. In the end, it was Ghost Gaming who took home the $50,000 prize. Grubie, Faze Clan, and Team Kingquin rounded out the top four. Source: PUBG eSports Image:...
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PUBG Corp had to roll back a recent update that installed some new anti-cheat measures to the game. Despite its effectiveness in blocking cheats, the update caused too many compatibility issues so PUBG Corp decided to roll it back while they worked on it. In other news, Valve revealed that PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds is now Steam’s...
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This week: competitive PUBG returns, a conversation with David Highhill of the NFL on Madden 18 league, and what could the game industry learn from the success of Marvel's Black Panther?
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PUBG Corporation is bolstering its ranks, and it appears to be doing so at the expense of Riot Games. PUBG Corp signed a senior director from Riot to serve as their Chief Marketing Officer. In addition, they signed Riot’s esports recruiting manager to serve as their head of recruiting in their Santa Monica, Madison, and...
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While PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds developers had to delay a look at the game’s 2018 roadmap, we have found out that there’s a new map on the way and it’s expected to drop before July. In addition, new features to handle high-ping are on the way as well. Source: GameSpot Image: Pexels
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The success of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite have had to come at the expense of other games in the genre. One of the victims was apparently H1Z1. The game’s population has fallen by 90% since July 2017 with only 9,500 people logging in daily now. Source: The Esports Observer Image: Pixabay
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