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This esports team is competing for a $15 million prize. We talked to its coach and manager about what it takes to build a winning squad.


A $33 million esports tournament is now underway, and the prize pool could keep growing. Here's everything you need to know about 'The International'


The latest game from one of the most respected developers in the business is showing early signs of being a flop



These were the 12 highest-grossing games of 2018 on Steam, the biggest platform in PC gaming


There's hope for homo sapiens yet after humans beat a team of AI bots at the video game 'Dota 2'


OpenAI's DotA 2 bots are heading to The International and their lead engineer hinted at a way humans might one day win again



Bill Gates hails 'huge milestone' for AI as bots work in a team to destroy humans at video game 'Dota 2'


Look at all the skills Elon Musk's OpenAI bots have taught themselves as they prepare for the world's biggest e-sports event


Gaming tournaments now offer prize pools comparable to some of the most established traditional sporting events


Fortnite just got $100 million in prize pool money to venture into eSports


Elon Musk: Artificial intelligence presents 'vastly more risk than North Korea'


Elon Musk's $1 billion AI startup made a surprise appearance at a $24 million video game tournament -- and crushed a pro gamer



One of the biggest game companies in the world announced a new game, and fans had a hilarious reaction


The guy who launched Microsoft Ventures is on a new mission to wipe out eSports cheats


The 10 highest-paid professional gamers in the world


These two guys just won the largest prize ever awarded in eSports



This 16-year-old just helped lead the first American team to a $7 million eSports championship


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


An American team of professional video gamers took home nearly $7 million after winning the world's biggest eSports tournament


Everything you need to know about the world of professional gaming, which is on track to be bigger than football one day