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  • Blog Post: ESPN Commentator Who Criticized Esports Coverage Leaves Network

    Earlier this year, ESPN took a major step into Esports coverage with Blizzard’s collegiate Heroes of the Dorm tournament. The Heroes of the Storm event drew a great deal of interest, though some of ESPN’s own staff weren’t quite happy with it. In April, Colin Cowherd stated that he’d... More
  • Blog Post: Seattle Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch Gets Villainous In Call Of Duty: Black Ops III

    It's not going to be a surprise when we tell you that Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is on the cover of ESPN Magazine . What might catch you off guard is that he's representing Call of Duty: Black Ops III as part of the publication's eSports issue. Lynch is a fan of video games... More
  • Blog Post: ESPN's Colin Cowherd Says He Would Quit If Forced To Cover Video Games

    On his radio show The Herd today, ESPN's Colin Cowherd ripped the network for allowing coverage of the weekend's Heroes of the Dorm tournament. During a rant that clocked in at around three minutes, Cowherd expressed his disgust for the tournament's appearance on ESPN2 and repeatedly vowed... More
  • Blog Post: College eSports Event To Be Televised On ESPN

    Blizzard Entertainment, in conjunction with ESPN, have announced that Heroes of the Dorm, a collegiate eSports competition coming this Spring, will be televised through the ESPN Network. The event has students across North America battle each other on the beta of Blizzard's upcoming free-to-play... More
  • Blog Post: The International Dota 2 Championships Will Be Televised On ESPN

    Valve has announced some big news for Dota 2 and the entire eSports community. The International Dota 2 championships will be televised on ESPN3, with a finals preview show appearing on ESPN2. The matches will also be available online via the WatchESPN App. The championships will take place in Seattle... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Details NFL And ESPN On Xbox One

    Last week, we were invited to visit Microsoft's NYC Xbox One loft to get a look at how sports viewing will be implemented in to the Xbox One user interface. At the console reveal in May, we learned about the partnership that Microsoft had struck with the NFL, and we finally got to see that in action... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces Xbox One Live TV Feature

    Today Microsoft unveiled its integration of live TV into its new system the Xbox One. The new system is making it easy to instantly switch between your entertainment. With voice recognition and simple hand gestures, you can switch between live TV, music, music. The best part? The switch is instantaneous... More
  • Blog Post: ESPN And Xbox One

    Microsoft and ESPN continue to expand their partnership with more features for the Xbox One and the network. Today at the Xbox One reveal, Microsoft demonstrated how users of the console can access extra information while they are watching content on ESPN. Using the system's Snap mode, which brings... More
  • Blog Post: Voting For Cover Of Madden 25 Has Begun

    EA Sports and ESPN have teamed up to allow gamers to vote for which NFL star will grace the cover of Madden NFL 25. This year's poll looks to the past, pitting all-time greats against the best players of today. The poll, which is up and running right now, is divided up into two divisions: "New... More
  • Blog Post: Slacker Music Service Now Playing On Xbox 360

    The Slacker music app is now available on the Xbox 360, allowing those with an Xbox Live Gold membership to listen to millions of songs, as well as hundreds of stations, for free. “Slacker brings the world’s most complete music service to Xbox Live Gold subscribers in the US and Canada for... More
  • Blog Post: WatchESPN Brings Every Sport To One Place

    Microsoft has released an update for ESPN on Xbox Live, allowing Gold members access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, Buzzer Beater, and Goal Line. Live shows are also available, including SportsCenter, SportsNation, the Mike and Mike Show, as well as NFL, MLB, and NBA games. Below is the complete list... More
  • Blog Post: ESPN Launches New Features On Xbox Live

    The ESPN update launching today allows sports fans to keep tabs on their favorite teams, watch two events at once, and navigate via Kinect-enabled voice controls. Just in time for the NCAA football season, fans will have more ways than ever before to stay abreast of league happenings. The My Sports interface... More
  • Blog Post: Update Coming To ESPN Xbox 360 App This August

    The worldwide leader in sports plans to upgrade its Xbox 360 experience with some fan favorite features. According to USA Today , ESPN and Microsoft are planning an update with several new enhancements. If you're a serious fan of a few teams across several sports, you can collect all the programming... More
  • Blog Post: ESPNU Showing NCAA Football 12 Making-Of Series

    ESPNU and EA Sports are teaming up to show you the making of NCAA 12 in a four-part documentary. The show is called "The Making of EA Sports NCAA Football 12 Presented by Coke Zero," and the first episode airs this Thursday (July 14), 7PM (Eastern) on ESPNU. Viewers will get to see a glimpse... More
  • Blog Post: Madden NFL 12 Cover Voting Moves Into Second Round

    With the lockout in full effect, all football fans have to pass the time is next month's NFL Draft and the tournament based poll to elect the next Madden cover athlete. Get your round two votes in now! The biggest first-round upset may have been Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles victory... More
  • Blog Post: EA Predicts Super Bowl XLV Matchup With Madden 11

    Which two teams will fight for the championship in Super Bowl XLV? EA Sports cranked up the Madden simulator to find out. According to the simulations provided by EA Sports to ESPN , the running game will be the deciding factor in the AFC Championship matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exploring Subscription-Based TV Service For Xbox 360

    Xbox 360 owners may be able to abandon pricey cable providers like Comcast if Microsoft can wrangle enough support for its new subscription service. According to Reuters , people familiar with the negotiations say Microsoft is in discussions with content providers to license TV channels for a new online... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Live Update On Track For November 1

    Starting tomorrow a new look and added functionality is coming to Xbox Live. Email updates sent to Xbox Live users this weekend detailed the transition, stating that on "November 1, 2010, there will be a mandatory service update to Xbox Live. This update will both add new features to your service... More
  • Blog Post: ESPN Debuts On Xbox Live Next Week

    Sports fans will have a new destination to watch their favorite teams come next week. Microsoft says ESPN for Xbox Live will feature "over 3,500 live and on-demand sporting events per year," but we're still not sure if that includes the big daddy of sports, the NFL. It should, however,... More
  • Blog Post: Kinect And Xbox Live: A Closer Look

    In addition to showing off games that took full advantage of Kinect’s body-flailing interface, Microsoft used its press briefing on Monday to show how the unit can be used in conjunction with ordinary tasks in Xbox Live. For instance, users can pause their Zune media content by saying, “Xbox... More
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