Esports fans to get bigger, better, more diverse home as EsportsHeadlines makes major move
Digital gaming magazine EsportsHeadlines has been acquired by the Damage Media Group and is set to be a top destination for competitive gaming news.
Covering the headlines, guides, tutorials, and reviews, EsportsHeadlines is focused primarily on the evolving esports landscape.
That includes exclusive content on the most popular competitive games, from shooters like Fortnite, CS:GO, Overwatch and Apex Legends, to online battle arena games like League of Legends and Dota 2.
Whether you want to catch up on the headlines; need a guide on specific games or tech; or want to know the best gear, peripherals and accessories to buy, EsportsHeadlines has it all. There are even health-focused articles to learn how to game, stream, or compete in tournaments while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
And while esports is a male-dominated space, EsportsHeadlines also champions women and promotes diversity in the gaming community.
The global esports market reached a value of over 1.08 billion USD in 2021 and that huge growth is only set to continue – it’s already risen 50% and is forecast to reach 1.62 billion USD in 2024.
EsportsHeadlines is primed to cover all of the most exciting developments in the industry.
The clean, modern look and magazine theme ensures that coverage is easy to read, no matter which device is used.
EsportsHeadlines originally launched in August 2016, centred on the key games from that era: Titanfall, Runescape, Arma, Unreal Tournament and more. In 2020, that evolved to cover trending esports games.
Damage Media Group (DMG) is a publishing group based in Tallinn, Estonia, that specialises in technology and gaming content for core enthusiasts.
EsportsHeadlines therefore joins a technology focused catalogue, including PrinterHeadlines, CasinoHeadlines, and GamingHeadlines, the latter of which is an authoritative voice on console gaming that covers the top releases across PlayStation, Nintendo and Xbox.