Dot Esports is the premier global destination for coverage of competitive gaming. Founded in December 2013, Dot Esports is part of the GAMURS’ network of websites. Our mission is to uncover the essential stories in esports, from the games to the people playing them.
When a major player transfer breaks, Dot Esports covers it — but we also follow it up with high-quality analysis. What does the news really mean? And why does it matter? We tell the whole story.
But we don’t just cover the tournament side of esports. The millions of non-professionals who aren’t playing games on the largest stage are our audience, too. That’s why we cover so much more than sports. Here you’ll find quality breaking news, investigative reporting, tournament coverage, and analysis of every important event within the esports world. But you’ll also read high-quality gaming guides, reviews of gaming gears, and interviews with top streamers. Dot Esports covers a cultural phenomenon, not just a sport.
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A number of bug fixes to smooth out your news-reading experience!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not only is the app broken
The app is borderline unusable unless you want to see the last 5 articles then they just loop. Ok ok I understand their too lazy to fix the app after MONTHS of it being complete garbage. But they have some good articles I can just read them on my mobile web browser, NOPE. You can’t even read two paragraphs without the website redirecting you to an obvious “you won this! click here! We won’t give you a virus” it’s actually ridiculous how much laziness there is here. And they actually have a good product if only I could read it.
Finally Fully Functional
Boy did it take a while to get here but the app is finally in good shape. Articles load quickly and fully, notifications are plentiful, and no weird UI bugs like in aforementioned reviews. This is the experience I’ve been waiting for.
A lot of content is lacking. There are many teams and players missing to add as a favorite within the app. Many communities (e.g. Call of Duty, Overwatch, Rainbow Six, etc) are missing EVERY team, player, schedules, rankings, and SCORES. Why are all of these missing?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.