If you're looking for a great title in the battle royale genre, then you might have already heard of these two options: Apex Legends and Call of Duty: Warzone. These two video games have been around for a long time, and a lot of new content has already been added since their release.
We all need a break from playing video games, and a multiplayer online battle arena like League of Legends is no different. But, of course, you could’ve taken a break because you were busy with work, school, or simply enjoying a different game.
Two games are proving to be really popular now: Overwatch and Paladins. If you've seen both online games in action, you might think they look quite the same in many aspects. It's easy to dismiss these hero shooters as clones of each other, but they're quite different in many ways.
Perhaps one of the most underrated equipments that can significantly improve your game performance is the gaming headset. Excellent sound quality plays an essential role in locating enemies and keeping track of movement while providing an immersive gaming experience. These traits are particularly crucial in competitive gaming sessions.
Live streaming is one of the most popular forms of entertainment today. With the rise of platforms like Twitch, gamers have switched over to showcasing how they play their favorite games for others to watch.
Esports arena and LAN center owners around the world have been looking for reliable PXE boot software to manage their client machines and the sporadic game update that is now the norm with online games. ggCircuit, whose founders operated esports centers for more than 16 years, had been using software from a now-competitor PXE software provider, found it lacking, and went ahead to create a more robust and reliable network boot solutions that many esports centers are now enjoying.
The ggCircuit development team has just released new updates to our booking system and several others, including bug fixes to known issues in the web admin and client. We are excited about these new features and expect they will help esports venues get more revenue from gamers looking to book gaming sessions ahead of time.
Did you know that the history of esports can be traced back all the way to the 50s? Although “esports” wasn’t a term yet at the time, there have been many events that go back decades that led to what we now have today.
Although gaming consoles and handheld gadgets are pretty appealing and straightforward to use for entertainment, there's really nothing that beats PC gaming. Gaming PC enthusiasts know that the quality of gameplay provided when you play on your own PC is unmatched despite all the technology we have nowadays.
Precision plays a key role when playing first-person shooter (FPS) games, and Valorant is no exception. Being precise during a match can be pretty rewarding for players — not only for aiming but also for other aspects.