Written by: Crystal Mills

Video Games to Buy in February – Part One

Video games have a busy month to look forward to in February! Here’s part one of the titles you should look out for next month: Control (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S) – February 2 Control, developed by Remedy Entertainment, originally arrived in 2019 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and…

Esports Injuries Are Destroying Competitive Careers

Esports isn’t a physical industry compared to what players put their bodies through in traditional sports like basketball and football. However, it still takes an incredible toll, and when gaming injuries occur, sometimes they can cause careers to crumble. Long-time professional Call of Duty player Tommy “ZooMaa” Paparatto of the…

Ritual Motion’s College Fair is Welcoming Exhibitors

Ritual Motion is proud to announce its first-ever Esports College Fair to be hosted on March 27 and 28, 2021! This virtual event is being created with the goal of connecting colleges and universities who feature on-campus esports teams and clubs with prospective student player-athletes. The two-day event will feature…

Razer’s ‘Project Hazel’ Mask Blends Fashion With Safety

Razer’s prototype, labeled as “The World’s Smartest Mask,” is a fascinating innovation that combines protection in public with colorful gaming fashion. The concept is clear: Project Hazel is an N95 mask with RGB lights and voice projection. The reusable mask contains a transparent outside shell made of scratch-resistant and waterproof…

Ritual Motion Will Be At PGC Digital in February

Ritual Motion is heading to PGC Digital! On February 8-12, Pocket Gamer Connects will be opening its virtual doors to host an amazing lineup of panels, networking opportunities, and indie pitches. I’ll be speaking in two different panels at the event with an incredible roster of talent in the esports…

Women in Esports Partners With Rix.GG for Valorant Tournament

In 2019, the British Esports Association announced its Women in Esports initiative to promote inclusivity and diversity in the esports industry. Since then, Women in Esports has helped increase female participation in the industry. Now, it has announced a partnership with UK esports organization Rix.GG to host a women’s Valorant…

The Ritual Motion Esports College Fair Arrives in March

Ritual Motion’s first ever Esports College Fair is launching on March 27 and 28! The virtual event will connect colleges and universities that feature on-campus esports teams and clubs with prospective students. The two-day event will feature speakers and collegiate esports programs as exhibitors. Prospective students will have the chance…

How are Video Games Fighting Seasonal Depression?

Seasonal Affective Depression (SAD) is a struggle for many of us. Cold weather—not to mention a pandemic—is forcing us to stay inside more, the sun sets way too early for comfort, and our sleep suffers because of these changes. Because of our need to remain isolated and indoors, more video…

Animal Crossing Has Been a Vital Connection in the Pandemic

Animal Crossing: New Horizons hasn’t been just another Nintendo release. In 2020, it became a major bridge of connectivity between friends and family who couldn’t see each other thanks to the dangers of the pandemic. In the early days of COVID-19, the game’s portal of creativity helped players develop unique…

What Games are Coming in January?

The future of video games looks incredible in 2021, and major releases are coming in January! With a mixture of re-releases, AAA titles, and remasters, there will be plenty of amazing games to grab in the beginning of 2021. Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues (PC) January 5 Sure,…

Esports Recruitments Could Replace College for Some Kids

Esports attract kids, not just as spectators, but as players. Kids playing video games is obviously nothing new. If you’re anything like me, you’re already cycling through memories of childhood games and how they turned you into the gamer you are today. However, gaming now offers new opportunities, and some…