Project Esports – Esports HOF, Caffeine+LCS, and Shanghai’s Victory
This week’s episode of Project Esports, all three of the boys have been reunited at long last! With their newfound strength through the bond of friendship, they dive into the biggest esports stories from this last week. Dylan has a conspiracy about The Esports Hall of Fame, and everyone congratulates the Shanghai Dragons on Winning Stage 3. We then move onto Tencent Games’ Chess Rush tournament, Riot adding Caffeine as an official streaming partner, and ImbaTV launching a DotA development league.
Project Esports is a Popped Off! podcast that is hosted by Andrew Nimsgern, James Graham and Dylan Beal. Each week, the three of them talk about the biggest topics and news stories from across the esports industry. The podcast is live-streamed every Monday on Popped Off!’s Twitch channel at 7pm PST/10pm EST and covers the previous week’s news.
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The International Prize Pool Watch:
Each week the boys will make a prediction on what they think The International Prize Pool is currently at. This week’s predictions were:
- Andrew – $29,100,000
- Dylan – $29,020,000
- James – $29,200,000
The prize pool was sitting at around $29,045,000, so Dylan will take home the victory for this week’s prize pool watch!
This week’s Articles:
Riot adds new platform Caffeine as an official streaming partner for the LCS – Tyler Esguerra
Tencent Games’ autobattler Chess Rush announces global tournament week after release – Wasif Ahmed
The Shanghai Dragons are the Overwatch League stage 3 champions – Liz Richardson
Armada, Potti, and Walshy headline The Esports Hall of Fame community vote for 2019 – Cale Michael
ImbaTV to promote young talent with Chinese Dota 2 developmental league – Cale Michael