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  • ESPN Suspends Stephen A. Smith Over Controversial Domestic Abuse Comments

    … Stephen A. Smith is paid for his opinions, but this time, the ESPN host definitely put his foot in his mouth. The First Take host has been suspended by the network over the controversial comments he made concerning domestic abuse on Friday’s episode. Smith was talking about Ray Rice’s two-game suspension in the wake of an alleged domestic…

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  • The International was watched by over 20 million people

    … that players use. The International was also broadcast using the game’s built in streamer, and in a historic move on ESPN, the first time that a major eSports event has made it traditional sports media. While this growth is incredibly impressive, this is still behind Riot’s League of Legends however, which during it’s last season finale racked up…

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  • ESPN Looking to Expand Competitive Gaming Programming

    … pool and the coverage it received from the worldwide leader in sports, ESPN. According to The Daily Dot, ESPN was pleased with how their first serious foray into competitive gaming went. Pleased enough, in fact, that the network is looking to expand its presence in the scene. “ESPN have seen enough recent successes with esports and are about…

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  • ESPN Delighted with Results of Dota 2 Coverage

    …Recently ESPN provided some coverage for The International 4, Valve’s 10 million dollar Dota 2 tournament. The competition was shown on ESPN 3 whilst ESPN2 featured a one-off show about the tournament. This marked one of the first times the mainstream media has featured an eSports event on their network. This marks a big step for the industry…

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  • Some Sports Fans Upset ESPN Is Airing Video Game Tournaments

    … This weekend, ESPN2 aired a preview for the grand finals of Dota 2's The International, the 10 million-dollar tournament for the very popular video game. The move is kind of a big deal—arguably, it grants competitive gaming more mainstream legitimacy. But not everyone was happy to see Dota 2 on ESPN. Read more... …

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  • DOTA 2 International 2014 will broadcast by ESPN

    … means it can be seen on smartphones and tablets, Xbox, AppleTV, Chromecast, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. Even if you’re not a fan of DOTA 2, it’s a big step forward for eSports, and gaming, as a whole. The post DOTA 2 International 2014 will broadcast by ESPN appeared first on Gaming Enthusiast. …

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  • EA Sport’s Cover Athlete Showdowns

    … live, which is at 4 P.M. EDT on ESPN. Again, if you want to vote, view the athlete that is trending, or read the official views visit ESPN’s Internet coverage. After the two finalists get selected, they will both go to the special Los Angeles event on June 6: where one will be crowned the Madden 15 cover athlete. The latest edition of Madden…

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  • MLG teams up with X Games in Austin

    … in the making, and will presumably be featured on ESPN, aside from coverage on MLG.tv. If this event turns out well, the two may work on future events, so let’s hope this one is a resounding success. …

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