It's that time of the week again. Are you ready for the best fails from Week 8 of the 2017 Summer Split? This week we've got casters doing their best to rock out, some impressive fan signage and Shook's valiant last stand. For more video interviews and highlights, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2017 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score LoLRead More →

It's been another incredible week of League of Legends play and to recap it all, theScore esports has put together a montage of the best of the best from the past seven days on the Rift. For more great videos, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2017 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score LoLRead More →

Welcome to VS, the series that puts two highlights against one another in an attempt to find the coolest plays of the split. You get to decide the better play and who will return next week as our champion. Last week you guys voted for Doublelift's Mechanics over Darshan's Outplay. Challenging Doublelift’s play this week is Fnatic’s Caps with a kill and escape against Misfits. For more great videos, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2017 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score LoLRead More →

Items in League of Legends outnumber the amount of champions in the game, with many slots available for them, and a wide variety of combinations and zany synergies. For the most part, we’ve settled into a place where one optimal core set of items is presented for each champion. However that may not be the best set of items to build in every single game you play. Often, the situation you encounter in game will force you to adapt accordingly, and as such your games will feature different needs and requirements. Getting to higher Elo has the prerequisite of understanding how to adapt to theRead More →

Per Anders Olsson “Pajkatt” Lille and Malthe “Biver” Winther have left Natus Vincere, the organization announced Monday. We would like to announce changes to our Dota 2 roster – we are parting ways with @BiverDota & @PajkattDota: https://t.co/YTvTOWcUAn #dota2 pic.twitter.com/fxi7ksyoVs — Natus Vincere (@natusvincere) July 31, 2017 Pajkatt and Biver originally joined Na`Vi last December, the former of whom became the team's new captain and lead drafter during his time with the organization. The two originally joined Na`Vi after the team failed to qualify for The Boston Major, replacing Dmitry "Ditya Ra" Minenkov and Ivan "ArtStyle" Antonov. "Despite all the efforts that had been madeRead More →

The final week of the summer split is about to kick off for most regions, as KT Rolster face two powerful opponents, Unicorns of Love defend against a Splyce team that is poised for success and Team SoloMid and Counter Logic Gaming close out the NA LCS with a classic match up. Longzhu Gaming vs. KT Rolster When: Tuesday, Aug. 1, 4 a.m. ET Why: Both teams are currently tied for first The first match in the LCK this week is the one with the greatest playoff implications. KT Rolser and Longzhu Gaming are sitting atop the LCK with 13-3 records, and the winner ofRead More →

Podcast video topics and time stamps: 2:05 Welcoming OG to Canada3:38 Who do you want to punch in the face?8:33 Memories of switching from HoN to Dota11:24 How is the bootcamp going?14:41 Taking a break with KitKat21:02 The ideal Major format22:47 Rapid fire questions With The International 2017 set to kick off in a few days, theScore esports Podcast went to OG’s training camp to talk to the reigning Major champions about their preparation for the biggest Dota tournament of the year and the ideal format for Majors. Find theScore esports Podcast on iTunes. Click or tap here to listen in on SoundCloud. As theRead More →

In just a few days the largest Dota 2 tournament of the year, The International 2017, will kick off in Seattle, and there are plenty of teams heading into the event that are looking to cement themselves in Dota legend or to recover from a season filled with missed opportunities. Here are the four biggest storylines to watch at The International 2017. OG Triumphant It’s safe to say that OG have had a very good year. With most of the original roster departing except for Tal “Fly” Aizik and Johan “N0tail” Sundstein following The International 2016, OG did not falter. Reformed, the team went onRead More →

The Madison Square Garden Company, which owns the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers, has purchased a controlling share of Counter Logic Gaming, CLG announced on Monday. “In 2015, Madison Square Garden hosted the sold-out North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Finals — a first for The World’s Most Famous Arena, and a sign that esports was ready to command sports’ biggest stage,” David O’Connor, president and CEO of The Madison Square Garden Company said in a press release. “Since then, as we have been actively exploring opportunities to enhance MSG’s portfolio of live experiences, we have been keenly interested inRead More →

The groups for The International 2017 group stage have been announced, as Evil Geniuses faces Team Secret in Group 1 while OG and Virtus.pro square off in Group 2. The International 2017 Groups. #TI7 pic.twitter.com/Z8oVocRiFo — Wykrhm Reddy (@wykrhm) July 30, 2017 The group stage, which runs from Aug. 2-5, will feature a number of notable matchups. In Group 1, Team Secret will face off against Evil Geniuses, their rivals from across the Atlantic. Furthermore, Fnatic and TNC Pro Team will have the chance to prove which of the two teams will be king, as both teams have undergone some degree of rebuilding in theRead More →