Team LMQ: From China to the North American LCS to the World Championship

LMQ is a competitive League of Legends eSports team (a sister team to Royal Club) that moved from China to the US in December to play in US sanctioned tournaments. They secured a spot in the League Championship Series by going undefeated in the Challenger Series and finishing the Challenger playoffs 5-2. They then went... Continue Reading →

China’s NewBee Wins the International Dota 2 Championship

Sixteen of the top Dota teams competed this past weekend in the fourth International Dota 2 Championship in Seattle, with Chinese team NewBee bringing home a grand prize of $5,028,308 USD. They defeated another Chinese team, Vici Gaming, three games to one in the best-of-five final round. China also won the International in 2012 with... Continue Reading →

Some MMO Babe Déjà vu

Well, this is interesting. Originally, I was going to do a write-up of this article from Games.QQ, titled "Clothed Can Be Cute Too! The Top MMO Super Babes" which was published today (July 17th in China). However, when looking up a similar Western list to compare it to, I came across this list by MMOGames... Continue Reading →

Free Sushi for League of Legends Challenger Ranks

This month, King's Sushi in China is offering deals for ranked League of Legends players. If you're bronze or silver you receive 10% off, gold gets 15% off, platinum gets 20% off, Master fers 30% off and Challenger receives a free meal. The offer is only available for the lunch and dinner 6 piece. King's... Continue Reading →

2014’s Most Anticipated PC Games

QQ Games has been releasing a list of “Most Anticipated PC Games” by genre since the Chinese New Year on the 31st of January. The first list was for most anticipated shooters, the second for simulation games, and today they released their list for most anticipated role-playing games. Each list contains 15, 8, and 30... Continue Reading →

League of Legends Allows Chinese Players to Feel At Home

It seems China also picked up on the news on Riot's "Lunar Revel" skins for their game, League of Legends. I reported on it in my last post, but I like what Tencent Games has to say about it, The rich romanticism that flavors myths and legends in Chinese culture make it highly praiseworthy and... Continue Reading →

China’s Royal Club Wins in Semi-Finals, Star in Playful Documentary

Today, China's Royal Club faced Europe's Fnatic in the semi-finals of the League of Legends 2013 World Championships. In a best of five, Royal Club won three games against Fnatic's 1, meaning that next weekend they're going against South Korea's SK Telecom T1 to compete for $2,000,000. You can read the full recap of the... Continue Reading →

Gamers of China

According to 17173.com, the most popular website for gaming news, information, and communication, the following pictures are what they consider top examples of "true, high quality gamers". Some are, truly, examples of real dedication; others are simply facetious; while others still are just attractive women at a computer. The full gallery can be found here,... Continue Reading →

Tencent Releases Q1 Earnings Report

Tencent Holdings Limited, also known as simply Tencent, is the third largest Internet company in the world, behind Google and Amazon, and according to its Q1 2013 earnings report, it continues to grow. Released earlier today, the report announces a net profit of 4.07 billion RMB ($694.4 million USD), an increase of 17.3% compared with... Continue Reading →

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