Team iBUYPOWER @ ESEA S16 LAN

Team iBUYPOWER @ ESEA S16 LAN

Following much anticipation, this weekend is finally ESEA LAN – the international event with a $80,000 pool being held in Texas. Competition of this level is rarely held in the States, so this is a tremendous opportunity for Team iBUYPOWER to not only have a chance for some big prize money, but to test their […]

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ESL’s WCS America now with the iBUYPOWER Revolt

ESL’s WCS America now with the iBUYPOWER Revolt

We’re very excited to be able to partner with ESL to sponsor WCS America. All live events in ESL’s new NA studio will feature the iBUYPOWER Revolt systems powered by MSI motherboards. Blizzard’s Starcraft 2 tournament is ending it’s second season with the top 16 and playoff bracket being held in the NA studio. Not only […]

CLG.Seraph – AMA Answer blog

CLG.Seraph – AMA Answer blog

  You’ve played in the najin organization so you know how it is. Compared to your shield teammates, how different are the CLG members in terms of mentality? i think it’s all same everyone desire to win  Is doublelift as good as korean adcs? (Imp and such) i think he play well but i don’t […]

iBP.Steel blog: Dreamhack Summer Na’Vi vs NiP Analysis

iBP.Steel blog: Dreamhack Summer Na’Vi vs NiP Analysis

Last week, we saw the end of Dreamhack Summer coming to a close, we saw a re-match of NiP vs NaVi after the two faced off at SLTV. I wanted to take the time to talk about momentum in CS:GO and how much it impacts both team and individual performance, and why it is so […]

MLG Anaheim 2014 – Starcraft 2 Not Dead Game

MLG Anaheim 2014 – Starcraft 2 Not Dead Game

Can you remember 2011? Can you look back and think about the new-age of eSports where Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty was still new and people were fiending for SC2 competition on a weekly basis? I can for sure. While I enjoy literally every eSports title (League of Legends, Dota 2, CS:GO, etc) there isn’t […]

iBUYPOWER @ E3 2014 – PC Gaming Review

iBUYPOWER @ E3 2014 – PC Gaming Review

This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo has concluded almost too abruptly. At least for me. The event that took place this week in Los Angeles is the biggest and perhaps most important for the video game industry every year. Every developer and publisher (no matter how big or small) show up to get their new toys […]

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