Cal Heroes of the Storm starts strong after disappointing 2017

The “Heroes of the Storm” team begins their 2018 season like a basketball ricocheting off the hoop and then plopping through the net, in that they have bounced back to unconventional success. Cal HotS won their opening week matches in the “Heroes of the Dorm” tournament against California Polytechnic State
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Cal beats UCSC 2-0

Cal ‘League of Legends’ bounces back against UCSC

It’s no secret that “League of Legends” players are known for being salty. Unfortunately for the Banana Slugs of UCSC, they didn’t stand much of a chance against salt or the Bears. The Cal “League of Legends” team displayed confidence and strong communication in a 2-0 series against UCSC, bringing
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Cal Starcraft in 2016 Left to Right: Conan "Suppy" Liu, Alan "Abstinence" Yao, Vincent "BubbaGump" Escueta, Kevin "Goky" Seo, Hewson "hewston" Ju, Fred "Oodi" Lee, Jono "Arka" Disenhof, Nick "Silky" McNeese.

Cal Starcraft looks to return to championship form

The winningest esports team at Cal, Berkeley Starcraft, is also one of the smallest. “Starcraft II,” widely considered by many to be one of the first esports through earlier iterations of the game, hasn’t experienced the same level of growth as other games, such as “League of Legends,” “Overwatch” and
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Cal Dota 2 prepares for 2nd half of season, long-term future

Every team goes through its ups and downs, but the best organizations are those that can effectively and quickly rebuild. The task of building a championship-caliber team, however, becomes all the more difficult when the necessary pieces to the puzzle are nowhere to be found. Unfortunately, that appears to be
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Net negative: what the repeal of net neutrality means for esports

Corporate and business regulations have always played a role in sports. Whether it be the NFL, NBA, MLB or NHL, internal strikes and lockouts have affected the leagues’ entertainment products. Esports is no exception to this trend, and it appears that the young industry’s first major battle will be over the very medium that has allowed it to thrive.
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Cal CS:GO looks to turn around disastrous season

While David and Goliath is a characterization used all too commonly in sports, it would not be an inaccurate description of the tasks that lie before Cal’s “Counter Strike: Global Offensive” (CS:GO) team. Cal looks to turn around what has so far been a catastrophic season this weekend against one
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