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Epic files suit against Apple, Google after Fortnite removal from app stores | ESPN Esports

Epic Games is going head-to-head with Apple after the removal of their game, Fortnite, from the app store. Read More Related posts: Everything We Know (and Don’t Know) About Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 2 | IGN You’ll Have to Wait Until 2021 for New Episodes of The Flash and Riverdale | IGN Ranking the Movie […]

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BLAST Confirms Termination of its Partnership With Saudi City NEOM | The Esports Observer

The Esports Observer can now confirm that the esports tournament organizer BLAST has ended its partnership agreement with NEOM as first reported by HLTV. “We can confirm we have reached a mutual, professional, and respectful agreement with NEOM to terminate our contract,” a BLAST spokesperson said. “BLAST remains focused on increasing access and involvement to […]

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Jessica Blevins Could Be the Next Dany Garcia – and That’s A Big Deal For Ninja | The Esports Observer

Opinion By Laurie Lockliear  Tyler “Ninja” Blevins has outgrown your computer screen. He’s written a book and a couple of graphic novels, collaborated with adidas, appeared on Time’s Most Influential People list, and shared some laughs on Fallon’s sofa. His move from Twitch to Mixer last year made international headlines and caused many gaming outsiders […]

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Mineski Reveals Rebrand and Expands Portfolio of Esports Offerings  | The Esports Observer

Southeast Asian esports agency Mineski announced a rebrand and will be upgrading its range of services to cover a wider portfolio. The Mineski identity will now operate under Mineski Global which is then split into Mineski Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand based on the regions in which they currently operate. The official announcement reads, “Mineski Global […]

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Weibo Esports Acquires TS Gaming QQ Speed Squad, Newzoo Partners With Hainan Resort Software Community | The Esports Observer

Last week was significant in China’s live streaming and short-form video industry, as U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday signed executive orders to ban transactions with Tencent Holdings’ WeChat and ByteDance’s short-form video app TikTok. This news caused Tencent Holdings to lose market valuation of roughly $54B USD on Friday.  On Monday, Tencent sent preliminary […]

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