Xbox Smite: SoaRGaming

Follow @bigbadesports On March 21st of this year, SoaRGaming announced that they would be venturing into competitive Smite for the first time by sponsoring SPL team, Problem Solved. SoaRGaming CEO, General, had this to say about SoaRGaming when they officially had joined the SPL. “SoaRGaming started as a Call of Duty Sniping and Trickshotting YouTube

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Old Flames Reunite For Eager’s Season 3 Roster

Follow @bigbadesports Late Saturday afternoon, Eager owner and ADC Zapman announced his new roster for Season 3, months after losing his entire roster following the disappointing non qualification for SWC. Joining Zapman for season 3 will be Divios, formerly of TSM, DJPernicus of COG, as well as two former teammates of Zap’s, Aror and TheBest,

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Winners and Losers: A SWC 2016 Recap

Follow @bigbadesports It has been a long and exhausting weekend after covering the SWC in Atlanta. After 15 hour days of reporting, watching games, interviewing players, and writing articles, my body needed a rest. Feeling refreshed, I’m ready to give you my take on the entire weekend, and who I thought were the real winners

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Females in Smite

Follow @bigbadesports Over the past decade we have seen the eSports scene begin it’s surgence and really become a prominent matter of discussion. FPS and MOBA’s have really been what has led the scene to where it is today but plenty of other Multiplayer games have also found themselves being successful in eSports. With the

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SWC Semifinal Predictions

Follow @bigbadesports Cloud9 vs Epsilon – This is the matchup we’ve all been waiting to see. The defending World Champions (or 4/5ths as Omega wants everyone to know) Cloud9 versus the all star, nearly unbeatable Epsilon. In a true clash of the titans, Epsilon and Cloud9 have been the most consistent and most dominant teams

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SWC Day 2 Synopsis

Follow @bigbadesports Paradigm vs. OMG B OMG looked to be well prepared for game 1. Knowing the god choices of Paradigm, OMG took Freya and Bacchus from the PDG duo lane, and came out strong early in game 1, being able to get a quick gold lead on two early kills. However, the strategy they

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