$1.2 million goes Mobile Esports game
Gamelynx raised over $1.2million to create team based mobile esports games.

Gamelynx is a game development studio established in 2016 by a former dev of League of Legends with their first title releasing later this year.

There are many people backing this movement like Y Combinator, Skycatcher Fund, M Venture and Riot Games. This effort of creating an esports mobile game has been attempted in the past but failed because the games were similar to other games readily available on PC or console. Yesterday in my piece about mobile esports on the rise I mentioned mobile gaming broadening the competitive gaming community’s demographic. I believe that the games that were made for esports on mobile may have failed to bring in a different demographic. There are few people who will have a game on PC/Console and then want to turn around and put it on their phone. I’m not saying it hasn’t been done but, it is a bit much. According to CEO of Gamelynx, Alexander Mistakidis, they are given the technology needed to succeed in making a good mobile esports game. 

As the line between mobile and PC/console continues to blur, the portability and accessibility of mobile creates an even brighter future for competitive gaming and esports,” said Mistakidis.


Eleague Street Fighter V Invitational

If you’ve been paying attention to Eleague’s fighting game reality show on TBS don’t forget that tonight is the night we find out who will win the spot at the Eleague Street Fighter tournament. It’s  Commander Jesse vs JB. http://www.eleague.com/street-fighter-v-2018


Overwatch Scores
Last night Philly took Boston for a joy ride with a 3-1 win. NY blew Florida out with a 3-0 victory and Houston showed London they were about that life with a 4-0 win.
Tonight’s games are Fuel vs Gladiators, Uprising vs Outlaws, and the Shock vs Dynasty, tonight starting at 5pm CT
https://overwatchleague.com/en-us/schedule


Red Bull Esports Online Tourneys

International Centre in Toronto will host the first ever Red Bull esports online tournament from July 27-29. Fortnite and DOTA 2 are amoungst the hype of this Red Bull AdrenaLAN tournament. Registration is opened for both tournaments and you are allowed to compete in either one. This is a Bring Your Own Computer tournament. Players can arrive on Friday to the venue. Team slots are open for two day matches from July 28 & 29. Players are allowed to freely switch teams.  400 players will be battle in 200 duo competitions, the battle bus is leaving every 5 minutes from 10am to 7pm every day. The winning team of eat match takes home $156. The team with the most victories play a winner’s match at the end of the weekend.
https://www.redbull.com/ca-en/events/AdrenaLAN-Toronto-2018