Dundee could be the home of a new 4,000 seat esports arena, based at the city's waterfront, following an agreement between the Dundee city council and the Northern Lights Arena Company (NLAE).
Launched earlier this week, Skelp Esports is a new Scottish organisation focused on building and investing in teams and players.
The inaugural Esports Cup of Nations, (ECON) is set to launch in what will be the UK's first domestic international Esports competition. Wales & Scotland will compete in games including Fifa, Rocket League, League of Legends and CS:GO
Are you missing the social side of Gamescom? Help is at hand. Sign up now to take part in the big pub quiz for games industry professionals (?) hosted and... Continue Reading →
4TG, the public facing games event, which was created in Aberdeen has announced that it will be holding it's first event in Ayr in May 2020, with Dundee to follow... Continue Reading →
Nigel Eccles and Rob Jones, two of the founders of Scottish tech 'unicorn' FanDuel have raised $4 million in funding for their new esports venture, Flick, which is expected to... Continue Reading →
PLAY Expo Hits Scotland for the 3rd time on June 9th & 10th 2018. Organisers are looking for indie developers who want to demo their games to the 4000 people expected to attend.
The global eSports market was worth $696 million in 2017 and is forecast to break $1.5 billion by 2020.
Good news for gamers (and game developers), Insomnia is bringing it's mix of live gaming, eSports, live stage events, indie games and YouTubers to Edinburgh's International Conference Centre. Running from April... Continue Reading →
Visitors to October's Game Expo Scotland will be able to compete head-to-head in games such as Mario Kart 8, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, and recent indie... Continue Reading →