It's that time of the year again when awards and "of the year" polls start hitting the shelves and this year is no different. Team Razer have been a firm supporter of rewarding teams with support and generosity over the years and their team of the year voting is something that gets the fans furiously voting for who they want to see on top. Whilst we don't have thousands of screaming..
It's been 2 nights of constant UK Counter Strike (with a lot of God awful "banter") but it's finally come to an end and fortunately for us, we came out on top! The best the UK had to offer had banded together and with a range of mixes and community teams, the UK ESL Pro League qualifier managed to attract over 40 teams. Over the 2 nights of games, surprises were had and lots of close games..
Ah yes, Call of Duty. The game that bore the brunt of the Counter Strike community's hatred for years and years. "Public noobs.. Casual scum!" they'd shout down the mic at you with the slightest mention of Call of Duty but we love all games here at fm-eSports (true story, we've enclosed a picture of our old Call of Duty 4 team below!) and with the release of Call of Duty: Advanced..
Due to unfortunate circumstances, at next weekend's MCM London Comicon event we will be fielding 2 substitutes for the League of Legends tournament. It's never an easy decision to make, especially this close to an event however we're confident that the players we've secured the services of will be able to fill the shoes (and then some!). Most of you that follow European League..
It's almost time for fm-eSports to descend upon Paris and show the world what the UK has got when it comes to eSports! Today we've been given the group draws for all of our teams and they're shaping up nicely. Our female CS:GO team are competing in the French qualifier which will be a tough day of..
UK League of Legends is coming on leaps and bounds thanks to the continued investment and interest from a large number of companies and tournament organisers and one of the latest to hit the scene is the UK based telecommunications company, GiffGaff. This involvement is a little more special though, as GiffGaff are hosting an online, free to enter tournament for all skill..