All players must be over 16 years and above as of the Tournament start date to participate (lived for at least 16 calendar years after date of birth); All players under the local legal age of majority must have parental consent to participate; Age restriction and rule will be applied per legal age regulation in each region; At least three players from each team must be from the region they are competing to represent; All participating players must be at least the rank of Platinum at the end of the prior season. … [Read more...] about PUBG Mobile Announces 2 Million Dollar ‘Club Open 2019’
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Then, of course, we have the Fortnite Battle Royale version that has graced our newsfeeds and YouTube suggestion boxes for months. This particular game sees an identical setting to the original game with a similar backstory, but with a battle style. Players run around this spin-off game in mass maps that can account for up to 100 players at any one time with hopes of being the last player standing as the storm closes in on them and their opponents. It’s this game in particular, with its perfect concoction of construction and destruction in a social gameplay style, which has pulled in countless players since its release in September 2017. … [Read more...] about What Makes Fortnite & PUBG So Popular?
While the western audience tuned in to Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 over the weekend, the largest gaming market in the world was focused on Tencent UP 2019. The annual UP event is hosted by none other than Tencent Holdings, with China gamers eagerly waiting to find out what’s next. While there were several western titles such as Brawl Stars and Stardew Valley announced, we will look into the really new China-developer titles in this article. Of course, it remains to be seen if Tencent will launch them overseas. Read on! … [Read more...] about – Quick look at new games announced at annual event
Ranked Season 4 started up in Heroes of the Storm this past week, and that’s just the start of the fun with Blizzard’s MOBA. The Garden of Terror update added the Fall of King’s Crest update, changed the Team League to support all party types, and changed up the battleground rotation. … [Read more...] about The MOP Up: Blizzard’s new playgrounds
Nintendo will continue to skirt the edge between multiplayer games with social media community events tying into larger narratives and actual MMO but still refuse to commit to making the latter. Pokemon Go, in particular, will continue testing the waters. Gen 3 legendaries actually won’t shake up the meta that much, and I really believe Niantic will get the missing mythic Pokemon (like Mew and Celebi) out, but like Mewtwo, the release will probably be not what players expect, especially as distribution of passes and spawns remains something Niantic tries to better understand. Towards the summer, the release Generation 4 will maybe actually herald either 1v1 PvP or pokemon trading/breeding in some limited scope. If I’m being super optimistic, Niantic will finally be able to tie the game in with some kind of social media and/or messenger to make the game easier for communicating and finding play partners. Again, something will go wrong, probably something of ethical … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: Our MMO predictions for 2018