Canada is among the top 32 teams competing at the 2017 Overwatch World Cup after finishing seventh in average player skill rating. China finished atop the list with 4,550 points, follwed by China in second with 4,522 and the United States in third with 4,470. Canada finished with 4,291.
IOC president Bach not sold on esports
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach is not convinced that esports will find its way into the Games any time soon.
Finalists announced for CSL finals in Toronto
Hundreds of teams battled and 16 qualifiers across four titles have earned the right to compete for over $100,000 in scholarships at Collegiate StarLeague Grand Finals in downtown Toronto in May.
TSM holds off Cloud9 to win NA LCS Spring title
Team SoloMid held off a late charge from Cloud9 to win the 2017 North American League of Legends Championship Series Spring Final in Vancouver, B.C.
G2 wins third straight EU LCS split title
G2 Esports defeated Unicorns of Love 3-1 in the 2017 European League Championship Series Spring Finals to win a third consecutive split title in Hamburg, Germany.
All-female college first to sponsor esports team
Stephens College, an all-female college in Columbia, Missouri, is breaking down barriers with a move to become the first women's college to sponsor an esports program. The varsity program will feature an Overwatch team that will compete in the Tespa Series this fall.