Tomorrow Daily's Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata head to Blizzcon 2015 to watch teams compete in four global tournaments in the gaming industry's rapidly expanding eSports division.
The company would love to see its upcoming computer game Halo 5: Guardians become a solid favorite among professional gamers. Toward that end, it's offering up the big bucks.
A 4v4 capture-the-flag match showcases the varying sight lines of the new arena.
These are the eight Best Buy stores across the US holding qualifying events.
We don't think we could be any more excited at Nintendo's announcement it will be bringing back its World Championships, which haven't occurred since 1990. Even though it's 25 years later, we still hope the grand prize is a Power Glove.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley go nuts over Nintendo's World Championship revival, check out Sony's fancy new light bulb with a bluetooth speaker inside and assess the worth of a class designed to help you take better pictures of food.
After receiving criticism for its male-only e-sports championships, the International e-Sports Federation has opened those tournaments to all comers.
As a result, the Halo World Championship prize pool has risen to $1.7 million.
Technically Incorrect: In a new book, the Science Guy says he's depressed at how such old technology is celebrated by so many. He wants Nascar to turn an exciting green.
Technically Incorrect: It's about bigness and about the stylus -- I mean, the pencil -- in Apple's new "great big universe."