The Overwatch League, the next big thing in esports, doesn’t begin until January but that doesn’t mean we can’t start stanning our faves right now. There are 12 teams, each with their own hometowns, logos and uniforms. Based off those pieces of information (and reading way too much into each), here’s what your favorite Overwatch League team says about you.
We're extremely excited to announce the launch of CODpedia at Gamepedia, where you will be able to keep up with professional Call of Duty players, teams and tournaments! To coincide with our competitive game wiki launch for Call of Duty, we are also running a contest where the community will have a chance to win a of Call of Duty: Ghosts Hardened Edition for Xbox One! For full details on the contest, how to enter and restrictions, please see the contest page.
CODpedia will be the one place for fans of e-sports and Call of Duty to stay on top of tournaments, follow teams and their roster changes, and track upcoming events through the calendar, which also posts past events. The database comes complete with 100 pro players, 24 teams and 36 major tournaments. CODpedia will even be hosting their own tournaments! CODpedia also tracks pro points and placings.
But that is not all! CODpedia also has a lot of great features on the horizon for the community! Coming soon to CODpedia will be live event coverage, embedded streams, pages to follow your favorite casters, and photo galleries. Even more will be coming, as well, so be sure to keep an eye on CODpedia to watch as it expands as the community's greatest resource for Call of Duty's competitive side!
Competitive with wikis as you are with gaming? Become an editor at CODpedia and show off how good you are! Want to contribute, but not sure how or where to get started? Check out the Help Wiki for tutorials or come say hi to us in IRC! /Join #Gamepedia for access to staff and community members.
League of Legends has become a name any gamer will recognize. Developed by Riot Games, this multiplayer online battle arena game is one of the top names in competitive eSports, as well as a favorite for PvP novices. Leaguepedia, the League of Legends wiki, is no different.
As one of the top wikis at Gamepedia, Leaguepedia has well over 400,000 articles and 580,000 edits from a community of over 10,000 members! No matter what data you are in search for, whether it be the play styles of various Champions, what the latest patch notes detail or competitive play information, Leaguepedia has everything you could want to know in one place!
In addition to being a fantastic community resource, Leaguepedia is always looking for content contributors! There are two main areas to look at to get started: How to contribute and Contributor Portal. Will you be the next active member managing wiki pages?
As Dawngate begins its closed beta test with patch four this weekend, we are pleased to highlight the Dawngate Wiki! While it is a relatively new wiki, the community has taken to it by storm with updates, expanded content, and information as soon as its made available by developer Waystone Games.
Instead of Dawngate being just another MOBA, Waystone wants to focus on making the genre more accessible to new players, while giving it a familiar feel to those more experienced with MOBAs. Waystone also believes in fostering a positive environment, as well as a collaboration with players, which includes constant gameplay streams on their channel. They also have open discussions regarding beta with the entire community and not just those who are participating in beta. Lastly, Dawngate introduces meaningful lore that creates an evolving story which unfolds during gameplay.
Dawngate also gives players Spirit Wells, which are capturable economy driven objectives. Spirit Wells spawn workers to gather vim, the in-game currency, for the controlling team. These workers can be farmed and killed off, though, allowing the non-controlling team to disrupt economy flow. Spirit Wells are contested objectives, which means that the the other team can take over and assume control!
Be sure to sign up for beta and then check out what the community is doing with the wiki! Like all of the wikis on Gamepedia, the Dawngate Wiki is created for and by the community. Everyone is welcome to participate! Not sure where to start? Head over to the help page for tips on contributing and editing!