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Esports Wales announces new Welsh Masters tournaments in search for talent ahead of 2022 Commonwealth Esports Championships

Alphari, Vedius, Tadpole, crr – Wales has produced some top talent in esports, but who will be the next stars to emerge from the country? Esports organisation Esports Wales is hoping to find out. It’s hosting online tournaments known as the Welsh Masters for the third time, in order to find top talent in a variety of games. The Welsh Masters will crown the best esports players in Wales across some of the most competitive games, including CSGO, Rocket League, eFootball (aka PES), Tekken 7 and Dota 2. Continue reading Esports Wales announces new Welsh Masters tournaments in search for talent ahead…

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Players representing Team Britain at Global Esports Games announced, with UK esports veterans Mark Weller, Ryan Hart, TeaGuvnor and more involved

Britain will be represented at this year’s Global Esports Games (GEG) in Street Fighter V, Dota 2 (open and women’s tournaments) and eFootball 2022, with a host of experienced talent helping out. GEG will take place in Singapore in December 2021, which will see esports teams from more than 80 countries and territories compete for pride and glory. It’s a medal event that will not include prize money, and is set up by the Global Esports Federation, which formed in December 2019 and has links with the British Esports Association. Continue reading Players representing Team Britain at Global Esports Games…

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The eFootball coming this autumn is basically a demo

By Sherif Saed 3 August 2021 13:27 GMT Konami has revealed more details about the initial launch of eFootball.In case you missed it, Konami announced last month that it’s renaming its football series PES to eFootball, and making it free-to-play. The game’s initial launch is set for sometime this autumn, with a subset of features and a handful of teams.Watch on YouTubeIn a new Twitter FAQ, Konami addressed some concerns, and answered a few of the more common questions. First, Konami explained that the version going live this autumn should be thought of as more of a demo. Everything in…