Professional eSports organizers Major League Gaming launched their own premium entertainment channel. MLG.TV broadcasts new eSports content to the web and mobile devices.
Blizzard and the Major League Gaming eSports tournament organization have parted ways. Why? Because of bureaucratic nonsense. Isn't that always the reason why these silly things happen? On the more factual side of things, there were some negotiation breakdowns because of imposed restrictions set by Blizzard.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced that they're partnering with Major League Gaming to turn their MMO shooter PlanetSide 2 into an eSports. The two companies will be working closely together over the next year in order to make that goal a reality.
Does your League of Legends crew have what it takes to compete against some of the best teams in the world? Well, now it's time to put your money where your mouth is, as Major League Gaming has officially announced online qualifiers for the first-ever League of Legends Arena. This summer event is about to heat up and, with the registration deadline looming, you might want to act quickly if you plan to compete.
SteelSeries has announced a new version of their popular Sensei mouse, this time it's for Major League Gamers. The mouse provides gamers with an easier-than-using-toilet-paper installation process that doesn't even require drivers, LCD display menu and a DCPI to die for.
Even though GoDaddy resigned from supporting SOPA after they lost thousands and thousands of registered domain users, Major League Gaming is still making their voice heard by having all their domains moved off the GoDaddy servers.