Video games

Are your parents threatening to disconnect you from League of Legends again? Well, here are three reasons that will help your arguments deal tonnes of damage.
What is your favourite hipster game out there?
Not into mainstream games? There's a host of indie alternatives you might want to try and I've picked my favourites for you.
Summer is finally here! While your parents may keep pestering you to go outside and "work up a sweat", I'm sure we would all prefer to be indoors in an air-conditioned room.
Esports has a bit of a bad reputation in Hong Kong.
Usually when people win sports competitions they're pretty happy about it. Some might even be ecstatic. Back slapping and plaudits are sure to follow. But last Saturday there were a few victors who were not overjoyed.
E-sport events like the League of Legends were popular.
Bigger was better in the gaming world this year. Here's a look back at the battles and budgets that mattered
Toyz hopes to be world champ again, this time as the captain of HK Esports.
Former World Champion of League of Legends (LOL), 22-year-old Kurtis Lau Wai-kin retired two years ago at a young age. He decided to return to action and formed the HK Esports LOL team.
A screenshot shows the creative graphics behind Destiny
Many say Destiny will revolutionise the face of gaming when it hits shelves globally today, in the same way that Halo did when it was released in 1999. At least 10 million players are expected to sign up.
Ma Wing-shan (left) and Lee Ka-man stand out among a crowd of male gamers.
Lights dimmed, screens lit up and gamers flexed their finger muscles for the grand finals of the second Hong Kong E-Sports Tournament, a two-day event held at the Kowloon Bay International Trade Exhibition Centre last weekend. There are around 2,200 game enthusiasts...