Welcome to The Spawn Room eSports blog. After a year of inactivity due to working on the main TSR website, the eSports bulletin YouTube series, and other associated endeavors, I am back! Since everything else is flowing smoothly I am going to begin posting in here again, covering local and regional events, sharing my thoughts on important issues, and inviting new faces to publish content as well. Here is a breakdown of the projects I am currently working on:

  • The Spawn Room – the main website with its core feature being the database of players, teams, events, etc.
  • The eSports RSS feed – a section of the main website dedicated to sharing the latest news from the best sources.
  • The eSports Whitelist for AdBlock – updated every day or two, this whitelist allows fans and players to support eSports websites by disabling AdBlock ONLY on eSports websites (tutorial via YouTube).
  • The eSports Calendar – a regularly updated calendar of eSports events (probably one of the most updated and comprehensive calendars online).
  • The eSports Bulletin – a daily recap of all relevant eSports news (on YouTube).
  • The eSports VLOG – a series of videos that discuss topics of intrigue within eSports.
  • The Spawn Room Blog – the latest addition to the family, covering a variety of topics.

As you can see there’s quite a few projects being worked on right now. They all kind of integrate nicely with one another and I’ve been having a blast doing it. If you’re interested in the projects here and want to get involved, please let me know and I’ll get you set up. I’m looking for people interested in publishing articles about local and regional events, covering drama, gossip, or rumors in eSports, and sharing their thoughts on important topics like “dying communties”, “spectator experiences in FPS games”, etc.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to share them. In the mean time, please consider following on Twitter, liking on Facebook, or subscribing on YouTube. Each help tremendously and is greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading!

UPDATE: I’ve re-added old posts going back to January!