For decades now, Electronic Arts (EA) have been the largest, most impactful makers of video games. Yet many of you will not be surprised to hear that EA is not the most loved company in the world. In fact, they have been commonly referred to as the ‘Evil Empire’ and that may not even be the worst of it.Read more
Our discussion with Colour Me Aorin turned into a fireside chat, touching upon a lot of aspects of cosplay culture, streaming and content-creation in India.Read more
Kreedapanti Media sat down (virtually, of course) with Aorin Shariyari, known in Comic-cons and Otaku circles as Colour Me Aorin, the Cosplay Queen of India.Read more
Esports is evolving faster than ever before thanks to its competitive nature. As the esports industry surges into the new decade, there will be much more action coming our way. At its core, the scene thrives around competitive video gaming and competitive gaming peaks at offline, or LAN, tournaments. Esports encompasses many events but only the biggest esports tournaments truly highlight the industry’s reach.Read more
What is Esports? For those in the fog, it is the world of competitive and organized video gaming, bringing competitors from across the globe together from various leagues and genres of gaming, where they compete against each other in the same games that are popular amongst home gamers.Read more
It was the year 2000 when the IT world survived the Y2K fiasco and strode forwards into a brave new world.Read more
Quarantine and Social Isolation would have been much easier to deal with if we had access to our favourite sports. It would’ve given us something to look forward to on the weekends and maintained some semblance of normality in a world which had suddenly changedRead more
“If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?”
This makes me think of the question – If a forward heads the ball into the goal and there is no one in the stadium to clap, did he really score?
Ok, cheer, not clap. That’s a bit of a sensitive topic currently. But, the point remains. Can there be sports without spectators?