Right now there are problems with the .eu mailservers and here is a work-around to get off to a good start. .. read more
After a successful test season, the Enemy Down Call of Duty 4 League by Vita Nova kicks off with the first official season! .. read more
EnemyDown and PBBans Partnership. EnemyDown has entered a partnership with PBBans specifically for Call of Duty 4. All EnemyDown Match Servers MUST stream to PBBans. .. read more
Thank you to all the teams that played in the EnemyDown COD4 Ladder Powered by VitaNova. The ladder "finished" on the 5th of June 2010 and a screenshot was taken of the teams that placed first through tenth.... .. read more
The league has officially opened for season 0. This means it is a test season which will only include teams from the invite and preinvite channels for COD4. This is a season to test out admins and the system and also the rules. .. read more
Latest Wii News
Posted by SmellyMoss on Oct 1st 2009 11:08
Korea is set to build a purpose built eSports stadium by 2012 which will include the International offices of the IeSF. The proposed stadium would be built in Western Seoul.
Valve have released a new patch for Left4Dead. The update fixes issues with Crash Course DLC, server issues and adds fighting monkeys. Alright, that last thing was made up. Details of the patch are here.
Ghostbusters: The VG for the PSP has been given a release date. The title, which will arrive in the UK in November, will only be available in Europe on the PS3 and PSP. No news on when the game will arrive on the 360 but those who can't wait to get the game can order it direct from the good ol' US of A.
Speaking of the PSP, the handheld was given an update by Sony yesterday. Update 6.10 adds a music channel called SensMe which automatically categorizes music. The update also adds bluetooth tethering functionality for the PSPGo.
eSports broadcasters QuadV have announced a hosting partnership with VeryGames. The partnership comes after MPUK terminated their hosting deal. The new VG deal allows for QuadV to continue to provide the excellent competitive gaming coverage they're known for and continue to provide their VoD services.
I keep harping on about it, but I highly recommend you check out BBC4's Gameswipe with Charlie Brooker. If you do catch it, you're not the only one. The first viewing attracted over 360,000 viewers.
Other Wii News
Help with registration for the Championship and Premiership qualifying
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 30th 2009 16:17
Information on Premiership and Championship sign-ups
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 29th 2009 19:01
Squads and teams can now register to play in the UKeSA Championship Divisions
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 27th 2009 17:57
What teams qualify for the UKeSA Leagues?
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 27th 2009 14:05
The UKeSA now has its own forum on Enemy Down
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 23rd 2009 19:25
Another rundown of the UKeSA Open Division sign-ups
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 23rd 2009 18:53
Will computer games ever be elevated to the status of 'art'?
Posted by Dekko on Jan 22nd 2009 23:30
Some tips and answers to help get your team and squads involved
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 22nd 2009 11:52
IGN have given their top 10 trends that are hurting video games
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 21st 2009 15:45
Registrations continue for Open Divisions - Source leads with 128 teams
Posted by SmellyMoss on Jan 20th 2009 13:41
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