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Steam Statistics - Best of 2018 Until Now

Just like last year, the PC platform of Steam has just released statistics for the half-year mark, including information such as the best-selling games and the most simultaneous players within the categories of platinum, gold, silver, and bronze. Across the statistics, there are some surprises alongside the titles that you'd expect. So let's take a break from all the esports and look at some games.  Starting off with the top-sellers, expected Platinum titles include PUBG, Grand Theft Auto V, Rocket League and CS:GO to give a few examples. A certain surprise is the feature of Jurassic World: Evolution - a game which I had never heard of, which consists of creating your own Jurassic World. Moving on to Gold, the beauty of diversity is embraced in the wide variety of title present. It's incredible to see titles such as The Elder Scrolls Online and The Witcher 3: Wil Hunt here, games which are 3+ years old. If you move down to the Silver and Bronze division you'll also find other older games too.  However, selling statistics are quite different from those pertaining to simultaneous players. Simultaneous player counts show how well the game is doing at the current moment, and are pivotal for multiplayer games. Only 6 games managed to clock in over 100,000 simultaneous players, and here they are: CS:GO PUBG GTA V Rainbow Six Siege Dota 2 Warframe If I'd have to point out a stranger, it would be Warframe. This free-to-play game is a co-op action game found on almost all platforms, including the upcoming version for the Nintendo Switch. When I had played it a while back on the PS4, it did feel a lot like Destiny - but unlike Destiny, it's pulled through in the long run. If you haven't tried it out, I recommend that you do so.  The 'over 50,000 simultaneous players' area is a whole lot more crowded. Titles such as Far Cry 5, Garry's Mod, Civilization V and VI and Skyrim are found here.  To go over the full lists yourself, head on over to Steam's charts over here:  https://store.steampowered.com/stats/.  This review was typed out on a new Ozone keyboard which we'll be reviewing very soon. Head's up for two other product reviews too. 

ENCE Sponsored by GiG - A Maltese-Based Company

Witnessing Maltese-based gaming brands pledging international sponsorships within the international industry is always great to see. Hence, we're happy to announce that GiG, the Maltese-based iGaming operator flagship brand of Gaming Innovation Group (Rizk.com) has finalized a sponsorship deal with none other than ENCE's CS:GO team. Learn more below.  Specifically, GiG sponsored ENCE's CS:GO roster ahead of Cologne 2018, in which the team placed 7th to 8th in the Major to win $7,500. Anyone who's familiar with the CS:GO esports scene understands the well-known fact that ENCE are the best team in all of Finland - though not the best in Europe. The organization in general, aside from CS:GO, is incredibly successful in a variety of other scenes, such as Rainbow Six: Siege, Overwatch, Hearthstone and Starcraft 2. The Counter-Strike roster is ecstatic about the deal, as highlighted in the following quote:  "ENCE is very happy to be working with Rizk, paving their way to the wonderful world of eSports. With a rapidly changing and growing industry, we are here to support Rizk to take the right steps in getting involved in eSports. Rizk is a tremendous partner for ENCE as it’s backed by a forward thinking and innovating iGaming company" - Marketing Director at ENCE, Joona Leppanen.  What exactly is Rizk.com? The website is an iGaming operator flagship brand stemming out of Gaming Innovation Group - the Maltese based company. Rizk's recently modeled sportsbook is perfect for quality eSports betting. The Rizk logo will appear on all the team's jerseys. However, for understandable reasons, the only player under 18 years old on the squad will not embrace the logo due to the fact that betting is illegal under 18 years of age in many countries. A very respectable decision. Anyway, the new jerseys will be on display this weekend at ESL One Cologne this weekend, as the team will fight to strengthen its grasp over Europe. 

Battalion 1944 - MU2 & You

Three beta weekends for MU2 have gone by and the community's response to the changes that have been introduced so far has been overwhelmingly positive. The changes so far have tweaked the weapons which are available to both sides (as well as adding some new ones), changed the layout and objects within maps to offer some new life to locations that have previously felt underutilised and abandoned. Alongside this we've also seen a brand new economy system! This has yet to see a stable setting, with changes being made constantly as the developers continue along the path to find the perfect balance that feels right for both sides. As these alterations continue to be made it seems to be drawing some players who had previously given up on the title back to the game, with the MAU (players that bought the game at launch, but didn't play last month) rising over the past few weeks. Battalion certainly had a shaky start but with this new update, it seems to be well along its path to success. With these new changes coming into fruition, and a few more to come along before MU2 sees it's full launch on July 12th, training is in full swing for the 18 teams set to attend Gallantry LAN on July 13th, and from what we've heard so far, it's going to be a very entertaining tournament indeed with most of the best EU teams showing up to attempt to take their share of the total prize pool of €6000, spread across the podium finishes.  If all this talk of Battalion is leaving you wanting to give it a shot for yourself, you can participate in the upcoming MU2 beta (July 5th- July 10th) by purchasing battalion and entering the key "therewillbebugs" in the beta section in steam. From there you can find yourself a team to participate in some of the upcoming Blitzkrieg Masters [$50,000] Qualifiers  [listed below], which we'll break down at length in a later piece. Event Date Gallantry 11th - 13th July Fragdelphia 3rd - 5th August Blitzkrieg Masters NA / EU Qualifiers 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th July Blitzkrieg Masters EU Qualifiers 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th August Blitzkrieg Masters 27th - 30th September Author: Gráinne Hulton Co-Author: Mitch McBride

Gamers.com.mt the official tournament platform for Gallantry Budapest 2018!

A while back, right before the MRO Battalion 1944: Open, we announced an official partnership with the starting-out Gallantry Events. You're probably asking yourselves - who and what is Gallantry Events? They are not a local company, far from it actually, as they have a strong presence throughout Europe. Gallantry Events is an aspiring LAN hosting company dedicated to developing gaming communities worldwide. Much like us, they have a passion for nurturing esports within the proper and high-quality spaces it requires. In the short time that it's been operating, Battalion 1944 has been its main focus - another similarity it shares with us. Gallantry Events works through a primary non-profit basis to provide respectable prize pools for teams and organisations. Their team is built up of professionals in a diverse amount of fields - from casting to in-game editing.  In the announcement, we did last April we had already hinted at their upcoming event, being Gallantry Budapest, for Battalion 1944. We're now at the event's doorstep, and we're proud to be offering our website as a platform for their event.  Gallantry Budapest will occur between the dates of the 13th and the 15th July, of course, in the heart of Budapest. The event is offering a total prize pool of €6000, spread across the podium finishes accessible to the 16 teams present. The list present includes some of the best Battalion 1944 rosters all over Europe, the event offering itself up as an exciting international stage for the growing first-person shooter. With such a strong Battalion 1944 presence in the Maltese scene, at this point in time, we're sure that many of you will probably wish to view it. An online broadcast will be available on their twitch channel. You can expect a high-quality event from Gallantry Events. The young LAN hosting company has always maintained incredibly high-standards while being quite courageous in its choice of titles to support - helping out developing esports such as Battalion 1944 in their potential journey into notoriety. Here's what they believe in: We believe that with the growth of esports brings a new challenge to push offline gaming in to a space that allows those of all backgrounds to enjoy the social and competitive environments gaming can bring. We will be providing you with more news regarding the teams participating in the event and also to some predictions of who we think will reach the final. We at gamers.com.mt are really happy that Gallantry will be using our tournament website for such a high quality event and hope they will be the first of many. While wishing our best of luck to Gallantry for this event one can feel free to learn more about the tournament, by visiting the page of the event: https://www.gamers.com.mt/tournament/134/gallantry-budapest.

AOC Sponsoring Weekly Tournaments

As you've all been loving the weekly tournaments recently, we've been planning ahead of time all the way up to December. Organizing the tournaments can be quite the task, but it's made a lot easier thanks to the help of sponsors. Luckily, we've managed to become sponsored by AOC for weekly tournaments until December. Read on to learn more about the company and the weekly tournaments.  AOC International is a multinational electronics company, headquartered in Taiperi, Taiwan and a subsidiary in display technologies - offering some of the best panels in the market. They've made progress from CRT monitors to TFT, LCD and IPS TVs and monitors. Although they facilitate business computing and productivity, AOC is highly familiar with the gaming industry as certain product lines are customized with gaming specifications, such as low-delay inputs, wide-color ranges and curved screen technology. as seen in the AOC Agon G2460PF monitor. A typical product by AOC, this monitor is great for the price as we concluded in the well-received hardware review below. It's the most popular 144 Hz display on the island.  They're rather innovative with their products and are constantly pushing the boundaries. So much so, that the transnational company does have a few partnerships into esports, as professional PC gamers look no further for the highest quality displays. We're proud to be sponsored by AOC, an ambitious company determined to develop the esports industry while also gradually improving technology and gameplay. Gamers.com.mt is excited to continue developing the weekly tournaments for you all to enjoy, and it just got easier.  The weekly tournaments will consist of titles such as CS:GO, LoL and of course, Fortnite. The online events will also be open to everyone both locally and internationally. See you on the battlefield!

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